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  • Academic Title
    Graduate Diploma in Economics
  • Course description
    ECON 501 and 503 are compulsory core courses for all students. A minimum of six credits must be taken from Class B. The remaining credits may be selected from Class A and/or Class B and/or Class C with no more than six credits taken from Class C.

    Class A Courses (3 credits each)

    The 500 level courses have a 3 credit value and are cross-listed with the undergraduate 400 level courses.

    • ECON 501 Advanced Microeconomic Theory
    • ECON 503 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
    • ECON 509 History of Economic Thought I
    • ECON 510 History of Economic Thought II
    • ECON 513 Economic Growth and Fluctuations
    • ECON 514 Economic Development: Policy Analysis
    • ECON 521 Econometrics I
    • ECON 522 Econometrics II
    • ECON 523 Applied Econometrics
    • ECON 525 Mathematics for Advanced Study in Economics
    • ECON 532 Advanced Monetary Theory
    • ECON 533 Financial Economics
    • ECON 536 Economics of Taxation
    • ECON 537 Economics of Public Expenditure
    • ECON 542 International Economics: Trade Theory
    • ECON 543 International Economics: Finance
    • ECON 561 Industrial Organization
    • ECON 562 The Corporate Economy
    • ECON 563 Economics of Regulation
    • ECON 564 Game Theory, Information, and Economic Modelling
    • ECON 565 The Economics of Professional Sport
    • ECON 581 Advanced Labour Economics I
    • ECON 582 Economics of Personnel and Industrial Relations
    • ECON 583 Advanced Labour Economics II
    • ECON 591 Advanced Environmental Economics
    • ECON 593 Regional Economics
    • ECON 595 Economics of Transportation and Communications
    • ECON 597 Income Distribution and Economic Inequality
    • ECON 598 Advanced Topics in Economics
    • ECON 599 Advanced Topics in Economics

    Class B Courses (3 credits each)

    All 600 level courses offered in the Department of Economics.

    Class C Courses (3 credits each)
    All master level courses in the John Molson School of Business.

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