Degrees offered: M.A.
The Department of Economics of the University of Windsor offers an intellectually demanding and stimulating M.A. program. Small class sizes give students the opportunity to work closely, in and out of the classroom, with faculty members. Students are drawn from a variety of backgrounds, but a good knowledge of economics and strong quantitative skills, as well as good English language skills, are required. The program is taught over two terms, for students with an honours degree in Economics (M2), or four terms, for students with a degree in related disciplines (M1). Graduates of a three-year B.A. in Economics may also apply for the M1 program in lieu of an honours year in Economics. Our program provides a rigorous training in theory and methods that will help you develop important skills to pursue careers in business and financial sectors, government services as well as further graduate study in Economics.
- Arbex, Marcelo; Macroeconomics, Public Finance
- Bajic, Vladimir; Urban economics, Housing economics
- Batu, Michael; Economics development, Applied econometrics
- Jouini, Tarek; Econometrics, Macroeconomics
- Li, Dingding; Econometrics
- Li, Tongzhe; Applied microeconomics, Behavioral economics, Environmental & Resource economics
- Rhee, Jay (Hyuk-jae); International economics, Macroeconomics, Monetary economics
- Suh, Sang-Chul; Social choice theory, Game theory, Microeconomic theory
- Trudeau, Christian, Game theory, Microeconomic theory
- Turdaliev, Nurlan (Head); Monetary economics, Macroeconomics, Game theory
- Wang, Yuntong; Game theory, Microeconomic theory, Mathematical economics
- Zhang, Yahong; Macroeconomics, Monetary economics, Labour economics
- Admission requirements for ALL graduate programs
- Deadlines for entrance scholarships - note that the deadline to be considered for an entrance scholarship may be earlier than the program application deadline listed in the table below.
The following admission requirements are specific to the Economics program:
|Deadline for Fall:||May 1|
|Deadline for Winter:||no Winter admission|
|Deadline for Summer:||no Summer admission|
|Additional Materials:||Details about course requirements can be found on the Economics department website|
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