The following requirements are in addition to, or further elaborate upon, those requirements outlined in The Graduate School Policy Guide.
The department does not normally admit students for a terminal MA degree.
Economics and Financial Economics PhD Students
Doctoral students in the Economics and Financial Economics PhD programs who complete ECON 410-1 Microeconomics, ECON 410-2 Microeconomics, ECON 410-3 Microeconomics, ECON 411-1 Macroeconomics, ECON 411-2 Macroeconomics, ECON 411-3 Macroeconomics, ECON 480-1 Econometrics, ECON 480-2 Econometrics and ECON 480-3 Econometrics with a Grade Point Average of 3.0 are eligible to receive the MA degree.
Students in Other PhD Programs
The following requirements apply to students who are enrolled in other doctoral programs and to Economics and Financial Economics doctoral students not completing the first-year sequences.
& ECON 410-3
|or ECON 411-2|
& ECON 411-3
& ECON 480-2
& ECON 480-3
|or ECON 381-1|
& ECON 381-2
|One of those listed below|
|Topics in Economic History|
|Economic History of the United States Before 1865|
|Economic History of the United States 1865 to Present|
|Western Economic History|
|American Economic History|
|European Economic History|
|Additional Economics (300- or 400-level) courses approved for graduate credit, excluding ECON 310-1, ECON 310-2, ECON 311-0 and ECON 499-0.|
Other MA Degree Requirements
- Examinations: none specified
- Research/Projects: none specified
- Master's Thesis: none specified
- Other: paper in one course carrying graduate credit