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Course Description:
20-credit BA Major in Economics

Departmental Requirements

1000 level

            
•     ECON 1101.03
•     ECON 1102.03

2000 level
            
•     ECON 2200.03
•     ECON 2201.03
•     Two other credits in Economics at or above the 2000 level

3000 level
            
•     Three credits in Economics at or above the 3000 level, for a minimum of 6 advanced credits in Economics

Other required classes
            
•     MATH 1000.03
•     STAT 1060.03

  • ECON 1101.03: Principles of Microeconomics.
  • ECON 1102.03: Principles of Macroeconomics.
  • ECON 2200.03: Intermediate Microeconomics.
  • ECON 2201.03: Intermediate Macroeconomics.
  • ECON 2214.03: Economics of Sex and Love.
  • ECON 2216.03: Economics of Global Warming.
  • ECON 2217.03: Women and the Economy.
  • ECON 2218.03: The Canadian Economy in the New Millennium: Economic Policy Debates for the Next Decade.
  • ECON 2219.03: Euros and Cents: From Common Market to European Union.
  • ECON 2231.03: Health Economics.
  • ECON 2233.03: Canadian Economic History.
  • ECON 2239.03: European Economic History.
  • ECON 2260.03: Statistics I.
  • ECON 2280.03: Statistics II.
  • ECON 2334.03: Globalization and Economic Development: Current Debates.
  • ECON 2336.03: Regional Development.
  • ECON 3310.03: Economic Growth in Historical Perspective.
  • ECON 3315.03: Labour Economics.
  • ECON 3317.03: Poverty and Inequality.
  • ECON 3319.03: Industrial Organization.
  • ECON 3326.03: Money and Banking.
  • ECON 3330.03: International Trade.
  • ECON 3331.03: International Finance.
  • ECON 3332.03: Resource Economics.
  • ECON 3333.03: Theories of Economic Development.
  • ECON 3335.03: Environmental Economics.
  • ECON 3338.03: Econometrics I.
  • ECON 3339.03: Econometrics II.
  • ECON 3344.03: Public Finance.
  • ECON 3349.03: History of Economic Thought.
  • ECON 3500.03: Public Economics.
  • ECON 3600.03: Strategic Behaviour in Economics.
  • ECON 3700.03: Mathematics for Economists.
  • ECON 3800.03: Financial Economics.
  • ECON 3900.03: Financial Mathematics.
  • ECON 4200.06: Honours Thesis.
  • ECON 4420.03: Microeconomic Theory.
  • ECON 4421.03: Macroeconomic Theory.
  • ECON 4446.03: Contemporary Liberalism, and Democracy.
  • ECON 8891.00: Co-op Work-Term I.
  • ECON 8892.00: Co-op Work-Term II.
  • ECON 8893.00: Co-op Work-Term III.
  • ECON 8894.00: Co-op Work-Term IV.

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