The program in Politics, Philosophy and Economics is designed to prepare students for a wide range of professional career paths.
- The PPEC-P-BAH Plan consists of 42.0 Core and Option units in one Sub-Plan plus 21.0 units in each of the other two disciplines.
- Below are the requirements for the ECPP Economics Sub-Plan.
- Students completing the program will be ready to enter graduate studies in their area of specialization or pursue careers that call for strong analytical and communication skills, including law, public service, international development, policy design and analysis.
The Plan, with sufficient electives to total 120.0 units, will lead to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree.
The Arts and Sciences Calendar is the official statement of requirements. The information provided below is for convenience only.
A. ECONOMICS (ECPP) Sub-Plan (84.0 UNITS)
CORE (33 units)
[ ECON 111/3.0 AND ECON 112/3.0 ]
[ MATH 123/3.0 AND MATH 124/3.0 ]
Option (9.0 units)
ECON 231/3.0; ECON 232/3.0;
ECON 239/3.0; ECON 240/3.0;
ECON 243/3.0; ECON 244/3.0;
ECON 261/3.0; ECON 262/3.0;
|b||6.0||from||ECON at the 300 level or above|
Philosophy (21 units)
|a||6.0||from||PHIL at the 100 level|
|c||9.0||from||PHIL at the 200 level or above|
Politics (21 untis)
|c||3.0||from||POLS at the 200 level or above|
- ECON courses at the 200 level or above may require MATH 126/6.0 or MATH 120/6.0 or MATH 121/6.0 or (MATH 123/3.0 and MATH 124/3.0).
- POLS courses at the 300 level require (12 units in POLS at the 200 level or above) and (a GPA of 2.0 on all units in POLS), or permission of the Department.
- PHIL 318/3.0 is recommended from the list of PHIL option courses.