Concentrating in Economics and SHASS
The Undergraduate Program in Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Economics Concentration Advisor: Professor Frank Schilbach, E52-560, email@example.com
Economics Concentration Requirement
The concentration requirement for Economics consists of three subjects: 14.01 Principles of Microeconomics* and/or 14.02 Principles of Macroeconomics, and one or two additional subjects chosen from the following:
14.03-Micro Theory and Public Policy
14.04 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
14.05-Intermediate Applied Macroeconomics
14.06- Advanced Macroeconomics (Not offered 21-22)
14.07- Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy (Not offered 21-22)
14.11-Topics in Economics (Not offered 21-22)
14.12-Economic Applications of Game Theory
14.13-Economics & Psychology
14.16-Strategy and Information (Prereq. 14.03/14.04)
14.18-Mathematical Economic Modeling
14.20-Industrial Organization & Competitive Strategy
14.21J-Health Economics (Not offered 21-22)
14.27-Economics and E-Commerce (Prereq. 14.30 or 6.041)
14.42-Environmental Policy and Economics
14.43J-Economics of Energy, Innovation, Sustainability (Not offered 21-22)
14.64-Labor Economics and Public Policy
14.70-Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective
14.73-The Challenge of World Poverty
14.74-Foundations of Development Economics (Not offered 21-22)
14.75-Political Economy and Development
14.76-Firms, Markets, Trade and Growth
The following subjects are not acceptable: 14.30, 14.32, 14.33, and 14.47
Any student who receives permission from the Economics Department to skip 14.01 and/or 14.02 and take a higher-level subject must take replacement subject(s) for 14.01/14.02.
Students whose primary major is Economics (14-1) or Mathematical Economics (14-2) may not concentrate in economics; students whose secondary major is Economics (14-1) or Mathematical Economics (14-2), and students whose major is Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science (6-14) may concentrate in economics.
Subjects used for the concentration may also be used toward the minor.
*14.03 may substitute for 14.01 if a student receives a 5 on the Economics AP exam.