Economics (Ph.D.)

Candidates must complete 63 credits [21 courses] beyond the bachelor's degree, including at least 33 credits [11 courses] beyond the Economics M.A. taken at Fordham, or 45 credits [15 courses] beyond an M.B.A. or a non-Fordham M.A. in Economics or in a related field. Ph.D. candidates must maintain a 3.5 [B+] average in course work to remain in the program.

Candidates must certify in Macroeconomic Theory and Microeconomic Theory in addition to three of the four fields of concentration offered by the department. Certification in economic theory. Two of the fields are certified through written examination. Certification in the third field is achieved by receiving a 3.5 [B+] or higher in the course work in that field. Each examination may be repeated once.

Course Title Credits
ECON 6010
ECON 7010
MICROECONOMIC THEORY I
and MICROECONOMIC THEORY 2
6
ECON 6020
ECON 7020
MACROECONOMIC THEORY I
and MACROECONOMIC THEORY II
6
ECON 7910
ECON 7920
ECONOMETRICS I
and ECONOMETRICS II
6
ECON 5700
ECON 6710
MATH CAMP
and MATH FOR ECONOMISTS II
6
ECON 6910APPLIED ECONOMETRICS3
or ECON 6950 FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS
ECON 8600RESEARCH AND WRITING IN ECONOMICS3
Two courses each in three of the following concentrations:18
Development
Financial
International
Monetary
Five graduate-level electives in Economics 115
Dissertation and Examination courses5
PHD COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION-ECONOMICS
PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT
PROPOSAL ACCEPTANCE
DISSERTATION DIRECTION
Total Credits68

Development concentration

Course Title Credits
ECON 6440DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS3
ECON 6470GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT3

Financial concentration

Course Title Credits
ECON 6240FINANCIAL ECONOMICS3
ECON 6340FINANCIAL THEORY3

International concentration

Course Title Credits
ECON 6510INTERNATIONAL TRADE3 or 4
ECON 6560INTERNATIONAL FINANCE3

Monetary concentration

Course Title Credits
ECON 6310MONETARY POLICY3
ECON 6320MONETARY THEORY3