For Elliott School Students Requiring a Full Introductory Course
Students required by the Elliott School Admissions Office to take a complete introductory course in economics (either a combined micro/macro course or a separate micro or a separate macro course) before matriculating in the Elliott School may use one of the programs below to satisfy their prerequisites upon satisfactory completion of the work. Students do not receive academic credit for these programs.
These courses include pre-recorded lectures, weekly online office hours, weekly graded homework and quizzes. Topics covered in microeconomics can be found here and here for macroeconomics. The recommended textbook is Greg Mankiw’s Principles of Economics (older editions will suffice).
MICRO- AND MACROECONOMICS (COMBINED)
A ten-week online combined micro- and macroeconomics principles program will start on June 1 and will end by August 19. Successful completion of this program will satisfy Elliott School minimum economics prerequisites for students who have no introductory economics background. The cost of this combined micro- and macroeconomics course is $1300.
This five-week online microeconomics program can satisfy the minimum Elliott School microeconomics prerequisite. (This is the first half of the full principles course listed above.) The program will cost $850. The first session of the program begins on June 1 and ends with an exam due by July 8. Students instead may participate beginning on July 15 and ending with an exam due by August 19.
This five-week online macroeconomics program can satisfy the minimum Elliott School macroeconomics prerequisite. (This is the second half of the full principles course listed above.) The program will cost $850. The first session of the program begins on June 1 and ends with an exam due by July 8. Students instead may participate beginning on July 15 and ending with an exam due by August 19.
“Without question, the lessons and material prepared me for international economics…I would certainly recommend to all future Elliott Students.”
“Overall the program was very well done… I was able to easily adapt the course to my schedule and encountered no issues with taking the course while in China.”
“The program was easy to access, helpful in learning the material, and most convenient for incoming Elliott students. I liked the videos because I could pause and replay certain sections that I had trouble understanding.”