MSc Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (twoyear Programme)
For first year students in 201314
Students without a strong background in both economics and mathematics are required to take the MSc programme over two years, starting with attendance on the September Course EC400. The first year of the programme is governed by the 'Regulations for Diplomas'; students who successfully complete the examinations at the end of the first year will be awarded a Diploma in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics. In order to progress to the second year, which is governed by the 'Regulations for Taught Masters Degrees', students must gain marks of 60% or higher in each examinable course at the end of their first year. The SubBoard of Examiners may, at its discretion, consider for progression candidates who fall marginally short of this requirement. However, students gaining the Diploma in a resit attempt are not eligible for progression onto the MSc, nor are students entitled to resit first year examinations already passed in order to achieve the progression standard.
Paper 
Course number and title  

Year 1 
 
1 
Econometric Theory  
2 
Microeconomics † or  
Microeconomic Principles II  
3 
One course from the following list:  
Further Mathematical Methods  
Probability, Distribution Theory and Inference  
Economic Theory and its Applications*  
Year 2 
Students must take courses to the value of four full units as shown.  
Paper 
Course number and title  
1 
Econometric Analysis  
2 
Advanced Microeconomics  
3 
One course selected from the following:  
 
Quantitative Economics  
Contracts and Organisations  
Topics in Advanced Econometrics  
4 
MSc EME Option List  courses to the value of one unit from the following papers:  

Macroeconomics  
Stochastic Processes (H)  
Generalized Linear Modelling and Survival Analysis (H)  
Nonlinear Dynamics and the Analysis of Real Time Series (H)  
Developments in Statistical Methods (H)  
Time Series (H)  

 
Notes 
* Only available if EC411 is chosen as Paper 2 