1st YEAR PHD COURSE CURRICULUM:
Econ 600: Mathematics for Economists (stand-alone course: Fall term)

Econ 601, Econ 602, Econ 603, and Econ 604: Microeconomic Theory I, II, III, and IV.  
All half-term courses.
Econ 601 & 603 are offered in the Fall term; Econ 602 & 604 are offered in the Winter term

Econ 605: Macroeconomic Theory I
Econ 607: Macroeconomic Theory II  

Econ 671: Econometric Analysis I (Fall term) (also cross-listed with Stat so counts as a cognate course)
Econ 672: Econometric Analysis II (Winter term)

1st year PhD students take Econ 600-Econ 601-Econ 603-Econ 605-Econ 671 in the Fall term
2nd year PhD students take Econ 602-Econ 604-Econ 607-Econ 672 in the Winter term

2nd and 3rd YEAR PhD COURSE CURRICULUM:
MONETARY ECONOMICS AND ADVANCED MACROECONOMIC THEORY
Econ 611: Stabilization Policy I
Econ 612: Stabilization Policy II

ADVANCED METHODS
Econ 609: Advanced Mathematical Models for Macroeconomics (half-term course)
Econ 610: Stochastic Dynamic Optimization in Economics (half-term course)
Econ 613: Advanced Topic in Mathematics for Economists (half-term course)
Econ 675: Applied Microeconometrics
Econ 676: Applied Macroeconometrics
Econ 677: Analysis of Time Series (cross-listed with Statistics; taught by Statistics faculty)
Econ 751: Computational Macroeconomics (half-term course)
Econ 753: Structural Estimation Methods (half-term course)

ADVANCED MICROECONOMIC THEORY
Econ 617: Game Theory
Econ 619: Advanced Theory I (half-term course)
Econ 620: Advanced Theory II (half-term course)

LABOR ECONOMICS
Econ 621: Labor Economics I
Econ 622: Labor Economics II

INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
Econ 631: Industrial Organization and Public Policy
Econ 632: Industrial Organization and Public Policy

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Econ 641: International Trade Theory
Econ 642: International Finance

NATURAL RESOURCES AND COGNATE (Cross-listed with NR)
Econ 661: Advanced Natural Resources Economics
Econ 662: Environmental Economics

ECONOMIC HISTORY (Cross-listed with HISTORY)
Econ 663: Topics in World Economic History I
Econ 664: Topics in World Economic History II

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Econ 665: Economic Development and Transition I
Econ 666: Economic Development and Transition II

ECONOMIC DEMOGRAPHY
Econ 667: Economics of Population Growth (stand-alone course)* Students wishing to take a prelim in Economic Demography must also take SOC 530
A prelim in Economic Demography has not been offered since May 1995

ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS (cross-listed with STATISTICS)
Econ 678: Advanced Econometrics I
Econ 679: Advanced Econometrics II

FIELD
Econ 683: Government Expenditures
Econ 684: Government Revenues

ADVANCED METHOD
Econ 751: Computational Macroeconomics (half-term course)
Econ 753: Structural Estimation Methods (half-term course)

THIRD-YEAR COURSE REQUIREMENT:
PhD students entering their 3rd year in the program are required to complete the third-year paper requirement.  They are not required to enroll for the course that is offered in conjunction with this program but most do.  It is a PhD course sequence.

Econ 695: Introduction to Research I
Econ 696: Introduction to Research II