Courses

The following is a list of courses currently offered by the Economics Graduate Program.  Some of the courses listed below are required for either the master's degree or the doctoral degree in economics. Please be certain to consult the degree requirements to determine which courses are appropriate.

Course Descriptions

Master’s Level Courses

  • ECG 515 - Environmental and Resource Policy
  • ECG/MA 528 - Derivative and Options Pricing (Asset Pricing)
  • ECG 530 Labor Economics
  • ECG 540 - Economic Development
  • ECG 548 - International Economics
  • ECG 561 - Intermediate Econometrics
  • ECG 562 - Topics in Applied Econometrics
  • ECG 580 - Writing in Economics
  • ECG 590 - Special Economics Topics
    • US Agricultural Policy
    • Dynamic Environmental and Resource Management
    • Business Cycle Analysis
    • Risk Management
    • Introduction to Commodity Futures Markets
    • International Trade
    • Agribusiness Analytics
    • Applied Microeconometrics
  • ECG 700 - Fundamentals of Microeconomics
  • ECG 703 - Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
  • ECG 750 - Introduction to Econometric Methods
  • ECG 765 - Mathematical Methods for Economics

Doctoral Level Courses

  • ECG 701/702 - Microeconomics I / Microeconomic II
  • ECG 704/705 - Macroeconomics I / Macroeconomics II
  • ECG 706 - Industrial Organization and Control
  • ECG 707 - Topics in Industrial Organization
  • ECG 708 - Advanced Microeconomic Theory
  • ECG 709 - Behavioral / Experimental Economics
  • ECG 715 - Environmental and Resource Economics
  • ECG 716 - Topics in Environmental and Resource Economics
  • ECG 730 - Labor Economics
  • ECG 740 - Economic Growth and Development II
  • ECG 741 - Agricultural Production and Supply
  • ECG 742 - Consumption, Demand and Market Interdependency
  • ECG 748 - Theory of International Trade
  • ECG 749 - Monetary Aspects of International Trade
  • ECG 751 - Econometric Methods
  • ECG 752 - Time Series Econometrics
  • ECG 753 - Microeconometrics
  • ECG 766 - Computational Methods in Economics and Finance
  • ECG 784 - Advanced Macroeconomics
  • ECG 785 - Monetary Economics
  • ECG 790 - Advanced Special Topics
    • Empirical Methods in Development Economics and Applied Micro