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The B.A. Joint Honours Component Economics / Joint Honours Component Accounting program is offered with the Desautels Faculty of Management and is commonly referred to as the Joint Honours in Economics and Accounting.

Students in this Joint Honours program should see an Economics adviser and a Management adviser.

All Joint Honours students should consult the handout describing the Economics Honours and Joint Honours programs available in the Economics Department Office, 443 Leacock Building, and at http://www.mcgill.ca/economics/undergraduates/honours.

According to Faculty of Arts regulations, Joint Honours students must maintain a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and maintain a minimum program GPA of 3.00.

Required Math Prerequisites

All Joint Honours students must complete three Math prerequisites. A sequence of two calculus courses with a grade of C or higher should be completed prior to entering the Joint Honours program. Prior to their U2 year, students should complete MATH 133. These requirements can be met by having passed equivalent courses at CEGEP or elsewhere. Joint Honours students are encouraged, but not required, to take MATH 222 Calculus 3.

* Note: Students without high school calculus take MATH 139; those with high school calculus take MATH 140.

MATH 133 (3) Linear Algebra and Geometry
MATH 139* (4) Calculus 1 with Precalculus
MATH 140* (3) Calculus 1
MATH 141 (4) Calculus 2

Joint Honours Component Economics Requirements

Questions about the requirements for the 30-credit Economics component of this Joint Honours program should be directed to the Honours program adviser in the Department of Economics.

Economics - Required Courses (27 credits)

Please refer to the Department's document "Rules on Stats Courses for Economics Students" available on the following website: http://www.mcgill.ca/economics/undergraduates/courses/.

ECON 250D1 (3) Introduction to Economic Theory: Honours
ECON 250D2 (3) Introduction to Economic Theory: Honours
ECON 257D1 (3) Economic Statistics - Honours
ECON 257D2 (3) Economic Statistics - Honours
ECON 352D1 (3) Macroeconomics - Honours
ECON 352D2 (3) Macroeconomics - Honours
ECON 450D1 (3) Advanced Economic Theory - Honours
ECON 450D2 (3) Advanced Economic Theory - Honours
ECON 468 (3) Econometrics 1 - Honours

Economics - Complementary Courses (3 credits)

3 credits selected from the following Economics courses:

ECON 460 (3) History of Thought 1 - Honours
ECON 461 (3) History of Thought 2 - Honours
ECON 469 (3) Econometrics 2 - Honours

Joint Honours Component Accounting Requirements

Questions about the requirements for the 30-credit Accounting component of this Joint Honours program should be directed to the Honours program adviser in the Desautels Faculty of Management.

Accounting - Required Courses (18 credits)

ACCT 351 (3) Intermediate Financial Accounting 1
ACCT 352 (3) Intermediate Financial Accounting 2
ACCT 361 (3) Management Accounting
ACCT 455 (3) Development of Accounting Thought
MGCR 211 (3) Introduction to Financial Accounting
MGCR 341 (3) Finance 1

Accounting - Complementary Courses (12 credits)

12 credits of Accounting courses selected from:

ACCT 354 (3) Financial Statement Analysis
ACCT 362 (3) Cost Accounting
ACCT 385 (3) Principles of Taxation
ACCT 452 (3) Financial Reporting Valuation
ACCT 453 (3) Advanced Financial Accounting
ACCT 463 (3) Management Control
ACCT 475 (3) Principles of Auditing
ACCT 486 (3) Business Taxation 2