Nine courses with grades of C or higher, three of which must be CAS EC 201 (formerly EC 303) or 211 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis, EC 202 (formerly 304) or 212 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis, and EC 305 Economic Statistics. CAS EC 201, 202, and EC 305 should be taken before the senior year. SMG SM 221 Statistical and Economic Decision Making I or CAS MA 214 Applied Statistics is an acceptable substitute for CAS EC 305. CAS MA 213 Basic Statistics and Probability is a prerequisite for MA 214. Students choose the remaining six principal courses from CAS EC 320 through EC 699. Additional notes: All 500-level and above economics courses
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