Completion of first-year requirements, including:
Economics 1021A/B and Economics 1022A/B, with no mark less than 60%;
0.5 from Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B, or Calculus 1000A/B;
0.5 from Mathematics 1229A/B, Calculus 1301A/B, Calculus 1501A/B, or Mathematics 1600A/B.
Students who fail to meet the 60% in Economics 1021A/B and Economics 1022A/B may take a Specialization if they have a grade of at least 60% in each of Economics 2150A/B and Economics 2152A/B. (Students should note the mathematics requirements for some of the courses required in the module).
3.0 courses: Economics 2122A/B, Economics 2123A/B, Economics 2150A/B, Economics 2151A/B, Economics 2152A/B, Economics 2153A/B.*
6.0 additional courses in Economics, up to 1.5 of which may be courses at the 3000 level (excluding Economics 3320A/B, Economics 3381A/B, Economics 3313E)**
*Students who have taken a statistics course that is an antirequisite to Economics 2122A/B can count that course in place of Economics 2122A/B (exception: if the statistics course is being used in another module, no credit overlap is allowed, and students are required to replace Economics 2122A/B with another 0.5 course in Economics at the 2100 level or higher).
**Students who have completed Economics 2122A/B, Economics 2123A/B, Economics 2150A/B, Economics 2151A/B, Economics 2152A/B and Economics 2153A/B with no mark less than 75%, and who have completed Calculus 1000A/B or Calculus 1500A/B or the former Calculus 1100A/B with a mark of 60% or higher, may request permission to take courses in Economics at the 3000 level, excluding Economics 3320A/B, Economics 3381A/B, Economics 3313E.