Effective Fall 2014
|AREC 606/ECON 606||Microeconomic Analysis I||3|
|AREC 635/ECON 635||Econometric Theory I||3|
|AREC 706/ECON 706||Microeconomic Analysis II||3|
|AREC 735/ECON 735||Econometric Theory II||2|
|Select one from the following:||1|
|Advanced Econometric Methods: Discrete Choice Models|
|Advanced Econometric Methods: Panel Data Models|
|Advanced Econometric Methods: Time Series Models|
|ECON 501||Quantitative Methods for Economists||3|
|ECON 505||History of Economic Thought||3|
|ECON 604||Macroeconomic Analysis I||3|
|ECON 704||Macroeconomic Analysis II||3|
|ECON 705||Heterodox Approaches to Economics||3|
|Two pairs of field courses from among those designated by the department||12|
|Research and Dissertation|
|ECON 698||Research--Technical Paper 2||3|
|ECON 793||Seminar--Doctoral Research||3|
A minimum of 72 credits are required to complete this program.
Completion of the Technical Paper, with satisfactory oral defense along with appropriate course work, satisfies the requirements for the Plan B M.A. degree.
Students must pass the written Ph.D. Qualifying Examination, the preliminary Oral Examination, and the final Oral Examination.