Economics programs are "TYPE 2" and therefore require specific courses with minimum grades, and at least 4.0 credits completed for entry. Some programs require a minimum CGPA for entry. Check out the Advising Videos for more information on program entry.
Students should always consult the current Academic Calendar and check entry requirements carefully.
Minimum grades are indicated in the Academic Calendar in brackets after a course code. For example, ECO101H5 (63%) means the course ECO101H5 is required, with a minimum final grade of 63%. There are no exceptions to minimum grade requirements in Economics programs.
- Economics Programs - Specialist, Major, Minor
- Financial Economics Specialist
- International Affairs Specialist
- Economics & Political Science Joint Specialist
Certificate in Advanced Economics
The Certificate in Advanced Economics is open to students who seek a more formal and deeper analysis of economic models and their application. The requirements include core advanced courses in the three main fields of economics: microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics which will help prepare students for graduate and professional studies as well as provide valuable applicable skills for future careers. Completion of 2.0 credits with an average grade of 65% or higher from the following list of courses: ECO325H5, ECO326H5, ECO375H5, ECO475H5. Students can request the Certificate on ACORN after completion of the first credit, up to the time they request Graduation. For more information, click here or contact the Undergraduate Economics Advisor, email@example.com
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