The Department of Economics offers degree programs leading to the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy. The ultimate goal of the graduate programs in Economics is to further the student’s capacity for economic analysis through rigorous instruction in theory, econometrics, and a wide variety of fields. Graduates of the programs have obtained desirable university positions, responsible employment in the public sector, and in private industry. Because of the size and diversity of the department’s faculty, students can readily specialize in almost any area of interest in economics.
Students may also be interested in a combined degree program:
- Law, Juris Doctor / Economics, Master of Arts or
- Law, Juris Doctor / Economics, Doctor of Philosophy
The degree program, Financial Economics (MFE), is jointly offered by the Department of Economics and the Rotman School of Management.
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