Core Econometrics

  1. ECO 437 – Fundamentals of Econometrics: offered every Fall Semester.
  2. ECO 438 – Microeconometrics: offered every Spring Semester.
  3. ECO 439 – Applied Time Series Econometrics and Forecasting: offered every Fall Semester.

Core Economic Theory

  1. ECO 440 – Advanced Microeconomic Theory: offered every Fall Semester.
  2. ECO 441 – Advanced Macroeconomic Theory: offered every Spring Semester.

Core Research Methods

  1. ECO 492 – Graduate Readings in Economics: offered every semester.
  2. ECO 495 – Graduate Research in Applied Economics: offered every Spring Semester.

Sample Electives

  1. ECO 400 – Independent Study: offered every semester and requires the submission of a formal request by the student (complete the Independent Study Form within the Forms tab).
  2. ECO 405 – Theories of Economic Development: offered on a rotation basis once every two years.
  3. ECO 425 – Advanced Labor Economics: offered on a rotation basis once every two years.
  4. ECO 435 – Public Utility Economics: required course for students in the Electricity, Natural Gas and Telecommunications Economics sequence.
  5. ECO 436 – Seminar in Regulatory Policy: required course for students in the Electricity, Natural Gas and Telecommunications Economics sequence.
  6. ECO 443 – Games and Strategies: offered on a rotation basis once every two years.
  7. ECO 444 – Financial Economics: required course for students in the Financial Economics sequence and is offered every Fall Semester.
  8. ECO 445 – International Economic Analysis: offered on a rotation basis once every two years.
  9. ECO 490A04 – Seminar in Local Economic Development: required course for students in the Applied Community and Economic Development sequence and is offered every Fall Semester.

For a complete list of all courses within the Department of Economics, credit hours, and specific times and days, refer to the University Course Catalogue. For detailed syllabi of any of these courses please submit a request at the Department of Economics.

Note: Graduate students can also select any of the following undergraduate, senior-level courses from the Department of Economics upon consultation with the graduate program director, Dr. Nikolaou: Industrial Organization (ECO 320), Economics of Human Resources (ECO 326), Economics of Regulation and Antirust (ECO 335), Health Economics and Policy (ECO 340), Competition and Managerial Strategies (ECO 343), International Trade (ECO 345), and Public Finance (ECO 350).