The requirements can be summarized as follows:
Upon admission to the PlusOne program in Economics, it is recommended that students complete the four master’s level core courses listed below:
- ECON 5105 Mathematics and Statistics for Economists or ECON 6105 Advanced Mathematics and Statistics for Economists
- ECON 5110 Microeconomic Theory or ECON 6110 Advanced Microeconomic Theory
- ECON 5120 Macroeconomic Theory or ECON 6120 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
- ECON 5140 Applied Econometrics or ECON 6140 Advanced Applied Econometrics
B.A. degree: Two out of four of the graduate level courses taken as undergraduate may be counted as advanced economics electives toward the B.A. degree requirements.
B.S. degree: Three of the graduate level courses taken as undergraduate may be counted as advanced economics electives toward the B.S. degree requirements. The remaining master’s course(s) will count as general elective(s) in the undergraduate program.
Upon completion of at least 128 semester hours, the undergraduate degree will be awarded and students will transition to graduate student status.
Complete an additional 16 semester hours of graduate coursework (electives) to finish the program and earn the Master’s degree.
Undergraduate combined major in economics: complete all four of the M.S. electives with graduate courses in the Economics Department. Undergraduate major in economics: allowed to take two of their M.S. elective courses outside of Economics with course approval from the Department of Economics.
For more information, please contact your undergraduate academic advisor or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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