PECO Major Courses

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Spring Semester 2017

Government Core

GOVT-020 U.S. Political Systems

GOVT-040 Comparative Political Systems

GOVT-060 International Relations

GOVT-080 Elements of Political Theory

Economics Core

ECON-101 Intermediate Micro

Prerequisites: ECON-001 Principles of Microeconomics and MATH-035 Calculus I

ECON-121 Economic Statistics

Prerequisites: ECON-001 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON-002 Principles of Macroeconomics (or ECON-003 Principles of Economics: Micro & Macro combined) and MATH-035 Calculus I

ECON-122 Introduction to Econometrics

Prerequisites: ECON-121 Economic Statistics and MATH-035 Calculus I

ECON-244 International Finance

Prerequisites: ECON-002 Principles of Macroeconomics or ECON-003 Principles of Economics: Micro & Macro combined

Political Economy Core

PECO-201 Analytical Tools for Political Economy

Prerequisites: ECON-101 Intermediate Micro and one foundation GOVT course

PECO-401 Capstone in Political Economy

Prerequisites: PECO-201 Analytical Tools for Political Economy

PECO-261 International Political Economy

Prerequisites: GOVT-060 International Relations

Electives

ECON 243-International Trade 

ECON 429 -Topics in Compet & Regulation 

ECON-459- Game Theory

ECON-483 - Development Economics: Micro and Policy Issues

GOVT-344- Dept Sem: Energy and the Coming World

GOVT-373- Equality, Democracy, and the Welfare State

GOVT-397- Dept Sem: Markets & Justice--20th Century Debates

INAF-332 - Political Economy of Asia

INAF-373- Security, Economics, and Inter-State Cooperation in Africa

INAF 383 - Applied Econometrics for Dlpt

I​PEC 329- Environmental Economic Policy: Domestic and Global Applications

LASP 504 - Political Economy of Latin America

LASP 603 - Quantitative Methods in Practice