Curriculum

Degree Requirements – 2018-19 Bulletin

* = offered in Spring '19 in Shanghai

PREREQUISITE COURSES: 4 Credits

MATH-SHU 121 Calculus* or MATH-SHU 201 Honors Calculus*

REQUIRED ECONOMICS COURSES: 24 Credits (All Six)

BUSF-SHU 1 OR

MATH-SHU 235

Statistics for Business and Economics* OR

Probability and Statistics* OR

Some other courses in Statistics

 

Prereq: MATH-SHU 121 Calculus

ECON-SHU 1 OR

ECON-SHU 251 

Principles of Macroeconomics* OR

Economics of Global Business*

 

ECON-SHU 3

Microeconomics*

Prereq: MATH-SHU 121 Calculus or MATH-SHU 201 Honors Calculus

ECON-SHU 10

Intermediate Microeconomics

Prereq: ECON-SHU 2 OR ECON-SHU 3 Microeconomics

ECON-SHU 202

Intermediate Macroeconomics*

Prereq: ECON-SHU 1 Principles of Macroeconomics OR ECON-SHU 251 Economics of Global Business 

ECON-SHU 301

Econometrics*

Prereq: Stats

ADVANCED ECONOMICS ElECTIVES: 8 Credits (Choose Two)

ECON-SHU 201

Mathematics for Economists

Substituted by taking both Linear Algebra & Multivariable Calculus

ECON-SHU 225

Advanced Economic Theory

Prereqs: ECON-SHU 10 Intermediate Microeconomics AND (Math for Econ 1 OR Multivariable Calculus)

ECON-SHU 409

Advanced Topics in Macroeconomics

Prereq: ECON-SHU 202 Intermediate Macroeconomics 

ECON-SHU 416

Game Theory: Advanced Applications*

Prereq: ECON-SHU 10 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON-SHU 200

Topics in Macroeconomics: Financial Crises and Economic Policy*

Prereq: Intermediate Micro and Macro, 3rd or 4th yr; Stern students priority 

ECONOMICS ELECTIVES: 16 Credits (Choose Four)

BPEP-SHU 238 

International Economics*

 

BPEP-SHU 9042

Political Economy of East Asia*

 

ECON-SHU 215

Economic History*

 

ECON-SHU 216

Introduction to Game Theory

 

ECON-SHU 238

Modern Economic Growth: Explore China*

 

ECON-SHU 306

Economics of Education

 

ECON-SHU 316

Industrial Organization

 

ECON-SHU 317

Quantitative Methods for The Economics of Gender*

Prereqs: ECON-SHU 301 Econometrics AND ECON-SHU 2, 3, or 150 Microeconomics

ECON-SHU 332

Monetary Economics

 

ECON-SHU 335

Development Economics*

Prereq: ECON-SHU 1 Prin of Macroecon AND ECON-SHU 3 Microeconomics AND ECON-SHU 301 Econometrics

ECON-SHU 338

International Economics

 

ECON-SHU 342

Behavioral Economics*

 

ECON-SHU 349

Health Economics

 

ECON-SHU 351

Labor Economics

 

ECON-SHU 353

Public Economics

 

ECON-SHU 355

Law and Economics

 

ECON-SHU 360

Experimental Economics*

Prereq: ECON-SHU 10 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON-SHU 368

Financial Economics

 

ECON-SHU 5

Math for Econ 1: Optimization (2 Credits)

 

ECON-SHU 400

Senior Capstone Seminar* (4 credits)

Senior Econ majors only

ECON-SHU 997

Economics Independent Study* (2-4 credits)

 

Recommended Spring 2019 Courses

Recommended Courses in Spring 2019 for Freshmen

  1. Microeconomics or Principles of Macroeconomics
  2. Statistics for Business and Economics or Probability and Statistics
  3. EAP or Chinese
  4. Writing as Inquiry

Recommended courses in Spring 2019 for Sophomores

  1. Intermediate Microeconomics
  2. Intermediate Macroeconomics
  3. Econometrics
  4. Chinese or Core

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Faculty Mentors

Prof. Pei Gao Email: p.gao@nyu.edu | Profile

Prof. Eric Set Email: ericset@nyu.eduProfile

Minor in Economics - 24 Credits

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Required courses: 16 Credits

ECON-SHU 1

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON-SHU 2 / ECON-SHU 3

Principles of Microeconomics / Microeconomics

BUSF-SHU 1

Statistics for Business and Economics

ECON-SHU 10 OR

ECON-SHU 202 

Intermediate Microeconomics OR

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Two additional 4-credit courses from the Economics elective list