MASTER OF ARTS PROGRAM IN

INTERNATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS

Program Electives

Students in the IDE program take at least 2 elective courses in total. Students often enjoy having the opportunity to choose courses they have a strong interest in. Students may enroll in any graduate-level course that may be related to their field of interest. These are some courses offered by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences that students have enrolled in:

 

ECON 802 Economic Development of Japan
ECON 899 Directed Reading
MATH 305 Real Analysis
MGMT 710 Math Models for Management
STAT 541 Probability Theory

Students have also enrolled in courses offered by other graduate and professional schools including the Law School, School of Management, School of Forestry, and School of Public Health. Permission of the instructor is usually  required for these courses. Some courses include:

MGT 541 Corporate Finance
MGT 543 Financial Instruments and Contracts
MGT 544 Investment Management
MGT 667 Accounting, Finance & Law
MGT 821 Public Sector Economics

LAW 20410 Comparative Law
LAW 20406 International Trade Regulation

F&ES 734 Economics of Natural Resource Management