Methods for Economic Analysis


Methods for Economic Analysis


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    Contact Info
    • Name: Harihara Natarajan
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    • Location: 104 Merrick
  • Recommended for
    Students who have completed MTH 130 or Higher
  • Required Courses
    Students must complete at least 3 courses for at least 9 credits
  • Number of Groups: 2

Cognate Categories


The core course in this cognate (ECO 211 Principles of Microeconomics) introduces the study of the economic behavior of individuals, firms, and markets. Additionally, students choose two electives from a set of STEM courses based on their specific interests in the areas of mathematical modeling and empirical analysis. These electives are ECO 430 Applied Econometrics, ECO 444 Game Theory in Economic Applications, ECO 499 Special Topics in Economics, ECO 510 Mathematical Economics and Applications, ECO 511 Empirical Labor Economics, ECO 512 Topics in Mathematical Economics, and ECO 520 Econometrics. Students completing this cognate will acquire the tools and techniques to analyze and solve mathematical economics and econometric problems, and will learn to apply the theory to real-world economic events in their area of interest.

Option Groups

Complete exactly 2 of the following options groups:

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