- The undergraduate plans we offer are structured to encourage a balanced examination of modern economics.
- The introductory courses (ECON 110 or ECON 111* and 112*) provide a comprehensive survey of many aspects of the subject, with an emphasis on analytical principles. These courses serve both as a foundation for further study and as a general introduction for those who want only a taste of what Economics can offer.
- Those who pursue an undergraduate degree in economics are guided through courses in advanced economic theory, statistical and econometric analytics, the application of contemporary economic analysis in areas of policy analysis and design, and economic communication and research.
- Applied courses cover an exceptionally wide range of economic problems and discourse, including
- public finance,
- money, banking and investment,
- international trade and development,
- natural resources and the environment,
- economic growth and business cycles,
- labour markets and income distribution,
- law and economics,
- and the economic systems of other countries.
Click on the plan or program to see detailed specific requirements.
All ECON plans and programs require the 12 units below.
Each plan differs in terms of other options and requirements.
[ ECON 111/3.0 AND ECON 112/3.0 ]
[ MATH 123/3.0 AND MATH 124/3.0 ]