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Economics - M.A.E. Program Requirements

Economic

ECONOMICS PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (30 credits)

Course    Title    Credits   
ECON    62050    Microeconomics Theory I
3   
62051    Macroeconomics Theory I    3   
62054    Econometrics I
3   
64004    Quantitative Methods in Business Administration I
3   
Electives    18   
TOTAL     30

For elective courses, students may select any M.A.- or Ph.D.-level economics courses subject to these restrictions:
  • All choices must have the approval of the graduate coordinator.
  • No more than 6 hours may be at the 50000 level
  • The student must complete at least 15 hours of economics courses other than those in independent study and research (62096, 62098, etc.)
A student may also select, with departmental approval, a limited number of courses outside the Department of Economics.

Financial Economics Concentraion

FINANCIAL ECONOMICS PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (30 credits)

Course    Title    Credits   
ECON    62050    Microeconomics Theory I
3   
62051    Macroeconomics Theory I    3   
62054    Econometrics I
3   
62061    Monetary Theory and Policy
3   
FIN    66061    Financial Management I    3   
66062    Financial Management II    3   
Electives    12   
TOTAL     30

Students take two electives in economics and two electives in finance. The finance electives are chosen from a list of approved finance electives, with the approval of the graduate coordinator. For economics elective courses, students may select any M.A.-or Ph.D.-level economics courses subject to the following restrictions: all choices must have the approval of the graduate coordinator; no more than 3 hours may be at the 50000 level; and the student must complete at least 15 hours of economics courses other than those in independent study and research (62096, 62098, etc.).

A student may also select, with departmental approval, a limited number of courses outside the Department of Economics.
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