University of Guelph 1997-98 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree Programs

Economics (Co-op)

The Economics Co-op program provides an integrated academic/work experience for students with co-operating employer organizations. Students in the program must complete 4 work terms while fulfilling the requirements of their honours Economics program.

All co-op students must complete the Economics core plus an introductory computer science course (27-), 36-277 Introductory Mathematical Economics and 36-374 Introduction to Econometrics in their first 4 semesters.

Admission in the co-op program is limited to students of high academic standing and will be considered only at semester 1 entry or during semester 3 when students are selecting their courses for their 4th semester.

The first 2 work terms normally follow completion of the first 4 semesters of academic study. Students will only be permitted to take these work terms if they are eligible to continue in the Honours Economics program, have completed the required courses and are maintaining a satisfactory standing in their Economics program. Co-op students must complete the Special Study Co-operative Education course, 36-492, during their 4th work term; the 3rd and 4th work terms will normally follow the 6th academic semester.

For further information on the Economics Co-op program students are urged to consult the department's Program Guide and Co-operative Education Programs in Section X--Degree Programs in this calendar. A sample schedule of studies is outlined below.

Students should review the Economics section in the schedule of studies for additional program information.

Honours Program Major

Fall Semester 1

36-120 Introductory Microeconomics
One 100 level calculus course.
Three electives.

Winter Semester 2

36-110 Introductory Macroeconomics
One computer science course
Three electives

Spring Semester

Optional -- at discretion of student.

Fall Semester 3

36-231 Intermediate Microeconomics
36-274 Economic Statistics
One economic history course
Two electives

Winter Semester 4

36-241 Intermediate Macroeconomics
36-277 Introductory Mathematical Economics
36-374 Introduction to Econometrics
Two electives

Spring Semester

Co-op I

Fall Semester

Co-op II

Winter Semester 5

36-360 Macroeconomics in an Open Economy
Two 300 level economics courses.
Two electives.

Spring Semester

Optional -- at discretion of student.

Fall Semester 6

36-371 Advanced Microeconomics
One 400- level Economics course (36 474 is recommended).
Three electives.

Winter Semester

Co-op III

Spring Semester

Co-op IV
36-492 Co-operative Education Project

Fall Semester 7

36-471 Advanced Topics in Microeconomics
One 400 level Economics course
Three electives.

Winter Semester 8

36-481 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
Four electives

1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar
X--Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts--B.A.

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