Some applicants may be required to pass a qualifying program, as a condition for entry into the regular MA program.
The Economics Co-operative program is offered to those enrolled in an MA Program in Economics. The academic content of the Co-operative Program is identical to that of the regular program, except that students complete one internship which spans one or two terms . Students are supervised personally and must meet requirements specified by the Faculty of Arts and Science, the School of Graduate Studies and the Institute for Co-operative Education.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 45 credits.
Please see the Economics Courses page for course descriptions.
credits of Required Courses:
• ECON 612 Microeconomics I (3.00) • ECON 615 Macroeconomics I (3.00) • ECON 680 Econometric Theory I (3.00) • ECON 696 Research Methodology in Economics (3.00)
credits chosen in consultation with the Graduate Program Director.
Each MA student is required to complete one field of specialization by successfully completing two courses from the sequences offered in any of the following areas: Econometrics; Economic Growth and Development; Financial Economics; Industrial Economics; International Economics; Labour Economics; Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Public Economics.
• ECON 705 Master’s Thesis (18.00)
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