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LEVEL I (Minimum 30 credits)


1. ECON1000: Principles of Economics I
2. ECON1012: Principles of Economics II
3. ECON1003: Mathematics for Social Sciences I
4. ECON1004: Mathematics for Social Sciences II
5. ECON1005: Introduction to Statistics
6. FOUN1101: Caribbean Civilization
7. FOUN1013: Critical Reading and Writing in the Social Sciences or FOUN1019: Critical Reading and Writing in the Disciplines 8. FOUN1201: Science, Medicine, and Technology in Society
9-10. Plus 2 Level I Free Electives


LEVEL II & III (Minimum 60 credits)


11. ECON2000: Intermediate Microeconomics I
12. ECON2001: Intermediate Microeconomics II
13. ECON2002: Intermediate Macroeconomics I
14. ECON2003: Intermediate Macroeconomics II
15. ECON2008: Statistical Methods I
16. ECON2009: Statistical Methods II
17. ECON2010: Statistical Computing
18. ECON2014: Sampling Methods
19. ECON2015: Matrix Algebra
20. ECON3031: Probability & Distribution Theory
21. ECON3032: Statistical Estimation & Inference
22. ECON3049: Econometrics
23-30. Plus 8 Levels II/III Electives from Economics/Statistics


NOTE: Students are encouraged to do ECON2016: Calculus for Social Sciences as an elective.

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