The combination of ECON 208 and ECON 209 is a prerequisite for all 300-level courses in economics. It should be noted that in all of the course listings below where the combination of ECON 208 and ECON 209 are listed as prerequisites or corequisites, the combination of MGCR 293 and ECON 295 or the more advanced courses ECON 230D or ECON 250D serve as acceptable prerequisites or corequisites. 400-level courses generally require at least ECON 230D as a prerequisite. Students whose previous training is deemed adequate for taking specific courses at the 300- or 400-level may be exempted from listed prerequisites by explicit permission of the instructor.
Non-honours students are not permitted to register in courses specifically designated as Honours courses without authorization from the course instructor.
Please note: 500-level courses are open to advanced undergraduate students.
Students should consult the Undergraduate Course Descriptions handout also available at the Department office in Leacock 443 for full details.
For any course scheduling changes and/or room changes, please consult Minerva Class Schedule.
For information on how to register for waitlisted courses, please consult the Course Waitlisting webpage.
For the department's rules on statistics courses please see the following document:
Rules on Stats Courses for Economics Students
Information on credit for economics courses taken elsewhere can be found in the following document:
Economics Course Credit
For information on undergraduate internships, please consult the Faculty of Arts Internships website.
For Economics internship requirements and the ECON 399 Internship Approval form, please see the Economics section of the Faculty of Arts Internships website.