Core first-year sequence
The core first-year sequence in the Graduate Program encompasses microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics, followed by three elective fields chosen from among nine topic areas: advanced economic theory; advanced macroeconomics; econometrics; economic development; economic history; industrial organization; international economics; labor economics; and public economics.
Some limited forms of financial aid assistance are available for first-year students. In subsequent years some students receive fellowships or work as research assistants, while the majority work as teaching assistants. At UC Davis, teaching assistants do not teach their own classes. Instead, they support faculty in teaching by holding discussion sections, staffing office hours and grading student assignments.
- Admission Information
- This page directs prospective applicants to a complete list of materials required for admission and financial aid.
- Fees and Financial Aid
- Fees and Financial Aid differ depending on whether you are a domestic (US) or an international student
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Answers to frequently asked questions about the UC Davis Graduate Program in Economics.