University of Guelph 2002-2003 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree Programs, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Economics (ECON)

Department of Economics, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Department of Economics offers courses in economic theory, applied economics and quantitative methods. Students may take courses leading to a B.A. in either the honours or the general program. It is possible to combine Economics with various other disciplines such as mathematics and statistics, business administration, political science, geography and history. Students are urged to consult the department's program planning guide and the department's advisors for detailed information about courses and programs and about the course of study most appropriate as preparation for graduate work in economics or business administration, for professional degrees such as the Bachelor's degree in Law, and for careers in business and government.

Note: Students specializing in Economics who fail an Economics course twice will not be permitted to continue in the Economics program.

Core Requirements

ECON*1050 [0.50] Introductory Microeconomics

ECON*1100 [0.50] Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON*2310 [0.50] Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON*2410 [0.50] Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECON*2740 [0.50] Economic Statistics

Area of Concentration (General Program)

A minimum of 5.00 credits in Economics is required, including:

Major (Honours Program)

A minimum of 9.00 credits in Economics is required, including:

The Economics core requirements

ECON*2770 [0.50] Introductory Mathematical Economics

ECON*3600 [0.50] Macroeconomics in an Open Economy

ECON*3710 [0.50] Advanced Microeconomics

ECON*3740 [0.50] Introduction to Econometrics

ECON*3770 [0.50] Mathematical Economics and Game Theory

ECON*4710 [0.50] Advanced Topics in Microeconomics

ECON*4810 [0.50] Advanced Macroeconomic Theory

(Note: ECON*2770 requires a first year university calculus course)

One of:

ECON*2320 [0.50] Europe and the World Economy to 1914

ECON*2720 [0.50] Business History

ECON*3550 [0.50] North American Economic History

ECON*3720 [0.50] History of the World Economy since 1850

ECON*4720 [0.50] Topics in Economic History

2.50 other credits in Economics at the 3000 or 4000 level, at least 1.50 of which must be at the 4000 level

Note: Students contemplating graduate studies in Economics should take ECON*4640 and ECON*4840.

Minor (Honours Program)

A minimum of 5.00 credits in Economics is required, including:

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