A student must earn a minimum of 30 credits above a bachelor’s degree and complete a Plan B thesis, which requires a minimum of 3 thesis research credits.
APEC 7350 Mathematical Economics I (Taught two weeks prior to beginning of semester)
APEC 7130 Microeconomic Theory I
ECN 7310 Econometrics I
APEC 7360 Mathematical Economics II
ECN 5300 IO Game Theory *
ECN 5500 Public Finance *
ECN 5020 Macroeconomic Theory
ECN 7320 Econometrics II
ECN 5700 Economics of Public Choice *
APEC 7140 Microeconomic Theory II *
ECN 6970 Thesis Research
* Three of these four courses. Other elective credits may be substituted with the approval of the student’s graduate committee.