Roadmap to your Master's
Typical Schedule of Course Offerings
- Fall (4 courses): Foundations of Economic Theory (ECON 600) + Advanced Econometrics (ECON 610) + 2 Electives
- Spring (4 courses): Advanced Microeconomics (ECON 601) + Advanced Macroeconomics (ECON 605) + Applied Data Analysis (ECON 688) / Project (ECON 693) + Research Practices (ECON 670)
- All courses start after 6 pm on weekdays
- The microeconomics courses must be taken in sequence (600 before 601).
- Applied Data Analysis (ECON 688) / Project (ECON 693) must be taken after finishing Advanced Econometrics (ECON 610).
Time to Completion
- To graduate in one year, taking 4 courses per semester, students need to enter the program in fall and just take all courses that are offered that year in the General Economics concentration.
- Or progress more gradually instead (up to five years). We generally recommend completing the core first.
- The QBM concentration takes at least three semesters.
- Students in each concentration also need to take the University Writing Test at any time.
- To maintain status, those on student visas must be classified as full-time students. Normally, this means taking a minimum of two courses per semester.
MS Economics Degree Roadmaps
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General Economic Roadmaps