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Courses Offered by Other Programs/Departments for which We Often Assign Upper-Level Economics Elective Course Credit

When assigning advanced economics elective course credit to non-departmental courses, consideration is given to not only specific course content, but also to how the course fits into the overall set of electives taken by the student. Additionally, the course can not be "double counted" toward another degree.

  • 21-270 (Mathematics) Introduction to Computational Finance
  • 21-370 (Mathematics) Discrete-Time Finance
  • 21-420 (Mathematics) Continuous-Time Finance
  • 80-405 (Philosophy) Game Theory

For students entering prior to Fall 2010, The following three courses are eligible for advanced economics elective course credit.  Consideration is given to not only specific course content, but also to how the course fits into the overall set of electives taken by the student. Additionally, the course can not be "double counted" toward another degree.

  • 88-391 (Social and Decision Sciences) Technology and Economic Growth¬†
  • 88-360 (Social and Decision Sciences) Behavioral Economics
  • 88-411 (Social and Decision Sciences) The Rise of the Asian Economics

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