On this page you will find useful information regarding the Masters in Economic Analysis. More information is available in the Postgraduate Prospectus.
For the Master Degree in Economic Analysis, the requirement is twelve courses or eight courses plus a Master's thesis. It provides rigorous training in economic theory and econometric methods. It is suitable for students interested in working as economic analysts or in continuing their studies for a Ph.D. The language of instruction is English.
|ECO 601||Microeconomic Analysis I||7.5|
|ECO 602||Macroeconomic Analysis I||7.5|
|ECO 603||Statistics and Econometrics I||7.5|
|ECO 604||Analytical Methods in Economics||7.5|
|ECO 651||Microeconomic Analysis IΙ (ECO 601)||7.5|
|ECO 652||Macroeconomic Analysis IΙ (ECO 602)||7.5|
|ECO 653||Statistics and Econometrics IΙ (ECO 603)||7.5|
|1 elective course||7.5|
|ECO 699||Master's Thesis||30|
|or 4 elective courses|
|Note: The courses in brackets are prerequisites|
- Students may replace an Elective Course with a graduate course offered by other University Departments, subject to approval from the Departmental Board.
- Students may replace an Elective Course with an undergraduate course offered by other University Departments, subject to approval from the Departmental Board.
Master's Thesis (ECO 699 – 30 ECTS)
The thesis should demonstrate in-depth knowledge of a particular topic and should contain original research elements. The thesis is presented to students and faculty and is marked independently by the student’s advisor and a member of staff with similar research interests appointed by the Departmental Committee of Graduate Studies.
If work on the thesis extends beyond one semester, students can register in ECO 600 Master's Thesis (1 ECTS) for at most two subsequent semesters.