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Ad-hoc Combined MA

The following requirements are in addition to the general ad-hoc combined degree requirements of The Graduate School,

The following requirements apply to students who are enrolled in other doctoral programs. 

Master's in Economics

Coursework Requirements

Total Units Required: 9 of which at least six are at the 400 level
Course Title
Core Courses
ECON 410-1 Microeconomics
ECON 411-1 Macroeconomics
ECON 410-2
& ECON 410-3

ECON 411-2
& ECON 411-3
ECON 480-1
& ECON 480-2
& ECON 480-3

ECON 381-1
& ECON 381-2
Economic History
One of those listed below
ECON 315-0
Topics in Economic History
ECON 323-1
Economic History of the United States Before 1865
ECON 323-2
Economic History of the United States 1865 to Present
ECON 324-0
Western Economic History
ECON 420-1
American Economic History
ECON 420-2
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.

Students cannot double count classes to meet the requirements of the Economics MA and their PhD. If any of these classes are also used to meet their PhD requirements, it is permissible to substitute another Economics 400-level class.

Other MA Degree Requirements

Examinations: none specified
Research/Projects: none specified
Master's Thesis: none specified
Other: paper in one course carrying graduate credit

 Note: These requirements are for students entering the University in Fall 2020 and later.  Students entering earlier should consult the relevant Graduate Student Handbook.

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