Programs

Undergraduate

Honours in Economics

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Major in Economics

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Minor in Economics

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Joint Honours in Mathematics and Economics

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Economics and Public Policy

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International Economics and Development

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Joint Honours in Economics and Political Science

Calendar | Course Sequence | CO-OP | French Immersion

Environmental Economics and Public Policy

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Finance your Undergraduate Studies
Financial Aid and Awards Office

Please visit the Website of the Financial Aid and Awards Service for information on undergraduate scholarships and bursaries, financial assistance and the Work-Study Program.

Undergraduate Scholarships

Department of Economics' students can apply to the following scholarships:

Also, as a Faculty of Social Sciences undergraduate and/or graduate student, you have access to faculty-wide scholarships, regardless of your program of study.

For a complete list, log into uoZone.

How to apply

Graduate

Master's of Arts in Economics

The Department's teaching staff includes 26 full-time professors and several part-time professors. All are specialists in one or more fields of expertise and research, some being known throughout the world. They bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to the classroom. Our program has recently been modified to make it more flexible and better adapted to contemporary trends and the needs of the labour market. Besides acquiring a thorough knowledge of the traditional approach to economics, students also have the opportunity, within the framework of certain courses, to familiarize themselves with lesser known alternative approaches. Furthermore, we have coordinated our M.A. and Ph.D. programs to give the opportunity to more students to transfer and complete a Ph.D. in Economics. Compulsory M.A. courses are taught in English and French. Optional courses are given in either English or French, their language of instruction generally alternating from year to year. This gives bilingual student a wider choice of courses, but does not prevent unilingual students from pursuing their studies in economics.

Deadline: February 1st

Note:  Based on availability in the program, strong applications will continue to be examined and admission scholarships are available for all eligible candidates.

PhD in Economics

The Ph.D. program is offered jointly with Carleton University. In addition to this, the Department is one of the 10 participating units in the collaborative program in Canadian Studies at the Ph.D. level offered at the University of Ottawa. The vast majority of Ph.D. courses are taught in English, but students may write and defend their thesis in English or French.

Deadline: February 1st

Note: Based on availability in the program, strong applications will continue to be examined and admission scholarships are available for all eligible candidates.

Finance your Graduate Studies
Graduate Scholarships

Department of Economics' students can apply to the following scholarships:

Also, as a Faculty of Social Sciences undergraduate and/or graduate student, you have access to faculty-wide scholarships, regardless of your program of study.

For a complete list, log into uoZone.

How to apply

 
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