Sample Program of Undergraduate & Graduate Studies

B.A./B.S. Degree

  • Required Courses for ECON MAJOR  (36)
  • First Year (32)
  • ECON102 (3), ECON104 (3)
  • English(3), Quantification(3), Arts(3), Social and Behavioral Science(3), Natural Science(3), Humanities(3), Foreign Language(8)
  • Second Year (31)
  • ECON302 (3), ECON304 (3), ECON106(3),
  • ECON300-level ELECTIVE(3)
  • Speech(3), Arts(3), Social and Behavioral Science(3), Natural Science(3), Humanities(3), Foreign Language(4)
  • Third Year (30)

ECON300/400-level ELECTIVE(6),

ECON400-level ELECTIVE(3), ECON306(3)

 

Natural Science (3), Other Cultures(3), Arts/Humanities/Social and Behavioral Sc/Natural Sc/Quantification/Foreign Language(6), Elective(6)

 

By the end of the 3rd year, a typical non-IUG students would have completed 93 credits.

 

Fourth Year (27)

  • ECON400-level ELECTIVE(6)
  • Quantification(3),Writing(3), Arts/Humanities/Social and Behavioral Science/Natural Sc/Quantification/Foreign Language(3),Health and Physical Activity(3), Electives(9)
  • Total Degree credits (120)

Integrated B.A./B.S. and M.A. Degree

Required Courses for ECON Major  (36)

First Year (35)

ECON102 (3), ECON104 (3)

English(3), Quantification(6), Arts(3), Social and Behavioral Science(3), Natural Science(3), Humanities(3), Foreign Language(8)

Second Year (37)

ECON302 (3), ECON304 (3), ECON106(3),

ECON300-level ELECTIVE(6), ECON300/400-level ELECTIVE(3)

Speech(3), Arts(3), Social and Behavioral Science(3), Natural Science(3), Humanities(3), Foreign Language(4)

Third Year (36)

ECON300/400-level ELECTIVE(6),

ECON400-level ELECTIVE(6), ECON306(3)

 

Natural Science (3), Other Cultures(3), Arts/Humanities/Social and Behavioral Sc/Natural Sc/Quantification/Foreign Language(6), Elective(6)

By the end of the 3rd year, an IUG student would need to complete at least 108 credit hours of undergraduate instruction. The remaining 12 credits can come from the ECON500 level courses taken in the 4th year.  These courses can be double counted for both the undergraduate and graduate degrees.

Fourth Year/MA Program Year 1

ECON501(3), ECON502(3), ECON510(3)

ECON503(3), ECON521(3), ECON533 (3)

ECON400-level ELECTIVE(3)

 

Fifth Year/MA Program Year 2

ECON530(3), ECON531(3)

ECON400/500-level ELECTIVE(3)

 

Total MA Degree Credits 30

Total B.A./B.S. Degree Credits 120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Year M.A. Courses – Fall of 4th year of undergraduate study
ECON501 Econometrics I
ECON502 Microeconomics I
ECON503 Macroeconomics

First Year M.A. Courses – Spring of 4th year of undergraduate study    
ECON510 Econometrics II
ECON521 Microeconomics II
ECON533 Applied and Quantitative Economics

Second Year M.A. Courses - Fall & Spring of 5th year of study

ECON530-531 Master’s Scholarly Essay Course

*Two elective courses at the ECON400 or ECON500-level.

*IUG students can double-count up to 12 credits of the required graduate classes taken in their 4th year toward their undergraduate degree. These credits could fulfill ECON400-level course requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degrees and/or honors credit requirements.  Elective courses must be taken at the ECON500 or ECON400 level.  Courses below ECON400 may not be counted towards the graduate degree requirements.