Economics is the study of how individuals, organizations, and societies choose among alternative uses of resources and how these resources are turned into the things people want.
Except under extraordinary circumstances, not more than two economics courses should be taken in any one quarter. In special cases, the department will accept a limited number of related upper division courses from other departments in satisfaction of the economics upper division course requirements. Approval from a departmental advisor is required in all such cases.
ECN 001A or ECN 001AV or ECN 001AY, ECN 001B; STA 013 or STA 013Y, STA 032; MAT 016A, MAT 016B or MAT 017A, MAT 017B or MAT 021A, MAT 021B. MAT 016A, MAT 016B or MAT 017A, MAT 017B or MAT 021A, MAT 021B should be completed before taking ECN 100A and ECN 101. Students need to complete ECN 100A and ECN 101 before taking the advanced courses.
|Intermediate Micro Theory: Consumer & Producer Theory
|Intermediate Macro Theory
|Choose 8 units:
|Intermediate Micro Theory: Imperfect Competition & Market Failure
|Economics of Uncertainty & Information
|Comparative Economic Systems
|Theory of Games & Strategic Behavior
|Money, Banks, & Financial Institutions
|Topics in Macroeconomic Theory
|Economic & Financial Forecasting
|Economics of the Labor Market
|Economics of Human Resources
|Economics of Education
|Economic Development in Weak States
|Futures & Options Markets
|Introduction to Mathematical Economics
|Economics of Global Poverty Reduction: What Works & Why
|Natural Resource Economics
|Choose 4 units in upper division Economics (ECN) courses.