A student must earn a minimum of 30 credits above a bachelor’s degree.*
|APEC 7350 Mathematical Economics I||Two weeks prior to beginning of Fall semester|
|APEC 7360 Mathematical Economics II||Fall|
|APEC 7130 or APEC 6100 Microeconomic Theory I||Fall|
|ECN 7310 Econometrics I||Fall|
|ECN 5020 Macroeconomic Theory||Fall|
|ECN 7320 Econometrics II||
|3 approved elective courses (5000 level and up) if Plan B||Fall/Spring|
|2 approved elective courses (5000 level and up) if Plan A||
|6 credits of ECN 6970 Thesis Research if Plan A||Any semester but typically Summer|
|3 credits of ECN 6970 Thesis Research if Plan B||Any semester but typically Summer|
*At the start of the program, students should choose a thesis committee and complete a Program of Study form.
**An approved elective is a course that has been approved on the Program of Study form.