Multi-Year Schedule

The Prerequisite Math for Economists course is offered every semester in multiple sections. One section is intended to be offered online in every semester.

The four required Core courses are offered every semester in multiple sections. One section of each is intended to be offered on-line in every semester.

Intended Elective Schedule

Electives are intended to be offered according to the following schedule: _

Summer Semesters Fall Semesters Spring Semesters
Quantitative Methods Electives
Macroeconometrics (on-site and on-line) Macroeconometrics (on-site and on-line) Macroeconometrics (on-site and on-line)
  Macro Forecasting (on-site or on-line)  Macro Forecasting (on-line)
Microeconometrics (on-site and on-line) Microeconometrics (on-site and on-line) Microeconometrics (on-site and on-line)
Survey Research Methods (on-line) Survey Research Methods (on-site)  
    Computable General Equilibrium (on-site)
  Financial Econometrics (on-line from Fall 2015)  
Cost-Benefit Analysis (on-line) Cost-Benefit Analysis (on-site and on-line) Cost-Benefit Analysis (on-line)
Sub-fields of Economics Electives
  Topics in Macroeconomics Monetary Economics
    Finance & Macro (on-line; odd numbered years)
  International Finance (Open-Economy Macro) (on-site; on-line from 2016) International Finance (Open-Economy Macro) (on-site)
Financial Economics (on-site and on-line) Financial Economics (on-site and on-line) Financial Economics (on-site)
Financial Intermediation and Financial Markets (on-site)  Financial Intermediation and Financial Markets (on-line from Fall 2015)  
  Investments & Financial Management (on-site) Investments & Financial Management (on-line from 2016)
    Behavioral Economics & Finance
  Derivatives (on-site) Derivatives (on-line)
Development Microeconomics   Economic Growth
  International Trade (Open-Economy Micro)  
    Regional Economics (on-line)
  Public Economics Taxation (odd numbered years) Public Economics: Expenditure Programs & Social Regulation
Environmental & Resource Economics (on-line) Environmental & Resource Economics (on-site)  
Economics of Health (on-site) Economics of Health (on-line from 2015)  
  Industrial Organization (even numbered years) Law & Economics (even numbered years)
Wine Economics   Economics of Labor
    Economics of National Security
  Political Economy Game Theory
Additional Electives Additional Electives Additional Electives

Fulfillment of this plan cannot be guaranteed, but in recent years, plans have been overfulfilled. In case a course cannot be offered in the semester indicated, except for underenrollment, every effort will be made to offer it in the immediately following semester. Occasionally, a course is offered a semester early, which will likely affect the ensuing sequence.

Up to eight credits [an equivalent of two of our courses] of electives at other Hopkins Programs will be approved if they are not substitutes for our own courses, but rather, are clear complements to your economic studies. If the instructor of the complementary course is a Ph.D. Economist, this is sufficient for approval.