Master in Applied Economics (MAE)
Coursework and plan of study (36 units)
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ECO501M Mathematical economics
ECO502M Economic statistics
ECO503M Consumer and firm theory
ECO504M Closed economy macroeconomics
ECO601M Applied econometrics
ECO603M Industrial organization
ECO602M Time series econometrics
ECO604M Macroeconomics for managers
ECO702M Money and banking
ECO703M Financial economics
ECO701M International finance
ECO704M Portfolio theory and investment analysis
Written comprehensive examination
University policy on graduate programs
To be in good academic standing, a student must:
- maintain a cumulative general point average of 2.5,
- not obtain a grade of 0.0 in at least two three-unit courses.
- obtain a grade of at least 2.0 in every course taken in the program.
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