Required Courses for Ph.D.

A. Mathematical Methods

  • 220:500 Mathematical Methods for Microeconomics (Cr. 3)

B. Microeconomics

  • 220:501 Microeconomic Theory I (Cr. 3)
  • 220:502 Microeconomic Theory II (Cr. 3)

C. Macroeconomics

  • 220:504 Macroeconomic Theory I (Cr. 3)
  • 220:505 Macroeconomic Theory II (Cr. 3)

D. Statistical Methods and Econometrics

  • 220:506 Advanced Economic Statistics (Cr. 3)
  • 220:507 Econometrics I (Cr. 3)

ONE APPLIED ECONOMETRICS COURSE

  • 220:509 Applied Econometrics for Microeconomics (Cr.3), or
  • 220:510 Applied Econometrics for Macroeconomics (Cr. 3)

ONE COURSE IN ECONOMIC HISTORY:

  • 220:540 European Economic History (Cr. 3), or
  • 220:541 American Economic History (Cr. 3), or
  • 220:614 Seminar in Economic History (Cr. 3)

TWO FIELDS (6 Credits Each)
(See Graduate Program Handbook for 'Field Requirements')