Any CE 400 level course not otherwise used can also be used.
The department offers courses as part of PhD in Management, MBA, BBA and BBA-LLB (Hons) programs of the University. Members of the department also teach courses offered by Finance as well as Marketing & Strategy departments. In addition, the department also academically contribute to the Management Development Programs of the Centre for Management Development of the University.
STAT 1 may be counted toward the minor.
The research-oriented Master Programs in Quantitative Economics, Quantitative Finance, Quantitative Management, Quantitative Marketing, and Law and Quantitative Economics, collectively called MSQ Programs, are unique in that their first-year students participate in the same set of analytically rigorous and quantitatively oriented courses in economics, finance, law and economics, management, and/or marketing that are taken by the first-year Ph.D. Program students. Students who complete the first year of the MSQ Program with strong success have the option and are strongly encouraged to join the GSEFM Ph.D. Program in their area of concentration. Other students in their second year in the MSQ Program have the option to enroll in courses with an emphasis on policy issues and/or on issues of implementation. Students leaving GSEFM with a terminal Master degree will be in a strong position to serve as analytical experts in international institutions, government, or the private sector.
The requirement will enable the student to serve as a Teaching Assistant to a professor teaching either or . Students must receive the permission of the Director of the Center for Economic Education prior to enrolling in for the Certificate program and will be assigned to a professor by the Director.
4th Doctoral Thesis Conference, September 24 â 25, 2010
This website addresses questions typical of individuals interested in graduate study of economics. The website provides a centralized location for obtaining objective and comprehensive information about graduate training in economics.
3rd Doctoral Thesis Conference, March 4 â 7, 2009
Attempting to answer such questions stands at the core of our program. Our 4 year PhD program is centered around a dissertation. This work represents a substantial contribution to Development Economics and demonstrates your ability to combine independent research with the formal methodologies and tools of the trade.
2nd Doctoral Thesis Conference, March 7 â 8, 2008
Admissions are decided on the basis of individual files. Most candidates hold a Masters degree in economics with high marks. We consider both candidates from our own MIS program in economics, as well as candidates from outside universities with a top reputation. If you are interested in the PhD program but do not yet hold a Masters degree, an option is to enter the Masters in International Economics program, and apply for the PhD in your second year using our "fast track" option. For more details see the Master page.
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A practicing Development Economist must be, first and foremost, a very good economist, trained in the tools of the trade, from micro and macro theory, to advanced econometric techniques. But a Development Economist should be much more, and should display sensitivity towards and knowledge of diverse cultural settings, know how to engage key stakeholders in developing countries (from the government to local NGOs), and be capable of getting things done in the field in conditions that are sometimes quite difficult.
1st Doctoral Thesis Conference, March 9 â 10, 2007
NOTE: Some major requirements will fulfill specific GEF requirements. Please see the curriculum requirements listed below for details on which GEFs you will need to select.