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Programs in Economics
Learn about the large array of options that the CU Denver Economics Department offers for undergraduate and graduate students, including a special opportunity to study in China.
Training in basic economic theory, the use of statistical techniques to analyze economic phenomena, and more specific fields within economics, such as labor economics, international trade, developing and transitional economies, and money and banking.
Extensive training in mathematical and quantitative analysis, including substantial exposure to econometrics and forecasting, working with large and diverse data sets, and a wide range of statistical software.
Five courses (15 hours) are required for the CU Denver economics minor that include courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics and upper division courses.
Learn about International College Beijing, a collaboration of CU Denver and China Agricultural University.
Learning Goals and Objectives
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