A message to our new graduate students
August 3, 2021

We hope this finds you well, and that you’re excited to join us in September for the start of your graduate studies in Economics! It is our pleasure to announce that our department will be offering a mix of in-person and remote courses for ECON courses in the Fall 2021 term, in an effort to be as inclusive as possible for students still abroad or looking for more in-person academic opportunities in September.

You can see the delivery mode in your schedule available in your Student Centre (REMOTE and ONLINE refer to fully online courses; a room number, such as H-1145, indicates an in-person class).  

If you wish to make changes to your ECON course schedule but need a special permission due to missing prerequisites, kindly contact:

Elise M. Melançon, Graduate Program Assistant
514-848-2424 x3901

Consult Ms. Melançon's in-person schedule for the Fall 2021

Please note that Ms. Melançon can only unblock ECON courses; you must contact the department offering the course (for example, Education for ESL courses) to ask for a permission to register for non-ECON classes.

Fall 2021 essentials

ECON course listings

Not sure if your ECON class will be in person or online in September? Check our ECON course listings!

ECON staff schedule

The Department of Economics plans on reopening on August 16 in H-1155; our staff will be present on specific days but can always be reached by email or phone. The staff schedule will be posted by mid-August: we invite you to consult it before coming to the department.

Getting started

For more details about who to contact for an English placement test, immigration documents, funding, tuition, and much more, consult our Getting started page.

Registration guidelines for ECON students

Students are responsible for building their own schedule, using the information obtained at orientation and in the Economics section of the Graduate Calendar. Consult the department’s registration guidelines for more details.

Academic advising

Do you have a question about your program or course selection? Consult our academic advising page for graduate students for more information.

Questions? Contact us at economics@concordia.ca.

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