Cognate in Developmental Economics

Apply the tools and techniques of economics to solve real world problems.


Students completing this cognate will study the economic behavior of individuals, firms, and markets as well as conduct analysis of the economy as a whole, both in terms of short-run fluctuations (the business cycle) and long-run determinants of economic growth. This theory can then be applied to improve fiscal, economic, and social conditions.

What You'll Learn

To complete the cognate in Developmental Economics, students take introductory courses in microeconomic and macroeconomic theory, followed by a choice of one elective from a set of courses related to the economic aspects of the development process, based on the student’s specific interests.
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