International Economic & Development Policy is designed to give students a broad overview of the key elements of global economics, including international trade theory and policy, international money and finance, and development economics. The combination of courses that we offer provide students a strong background for academic jobs as well as for appointments in the public and private sectors.
International economics and development policy requires 32 core units, 24 field units, and 16 elective units. Regular courses are 4 units. Core courses include statistics, mathematics, microeconomic theory, macroeconomics, game theory, political economy, and econometrics. Field requirements include courses in international money and finance, trade and development policy, and growth and development. View the full list of Economics courses here.