Are you looking for a PhD program where you dive into fields such as applied econometrics, labour economics, monetary economics, financial economics and game theory?
Are you looking to develop advanced mathematical and theoretical foundations in economic theory and econometrics through a master's?
Or do you want to to further your career and take upper level economics courses but not do research.
These are all possible in our department of Economics.
Our professors are engaged in various multidisciplinary projects - contributing to publications in statistics, sociology, and medical research, as well as in government policy reports and media opinion pieces.
Join the graduate Program Director and Graduate Program Assistant for a program and admission overview.