In the Fall Term (September-January) students take the review courses in Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, and the core courses in Econometrics, Microeconomics and Statistical Computing.
In the Spring Term (February-June) students select courses from three areas of specialization:
- Monetary and Financial Economics
- Public Economics and Regulation
- Quantitative Methods for Economics and Finance.
The Summer Term (July-September) consists of an internship or a project, with a final report due by the end of September.