The Master of Science in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics is a 30-unit program, spanning three full-time semesters.
Students are required to take a set of core courses which will prepare them with analytical and empirical skills in microeconomics and econometrics. Students may then take courses from a selection of Master’s-level electives to gain skills in empirical microeconomics and/or experimental and behavioral economics.
The Master's in Economics planned sequencing is:
ECON 519 Mathematical Economics
ECON 520 Quantitative Methods for Economics
ECON 501A Microeconomic Theory I
ECON 522A Econometrics I
ECON 501C Microeconomic Theory II
ECON 5XX Elective 1
ECON 5XX Elective 2
ECON 522B Econometrics II
ECON 5XX Elective 3
ECON 5XX Elective 4
Electives to be offered include, but are not limited to, Industrial Organization, Economics of Healthcare, Market Design, Energy Economics, Experimental Economics and Labor Economics.