Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-1
An intuitive development of the basic concepts and techniques in econometrics. The emphasis is on the application of econometric concepts and techniques in analyzing economic phenomena.
Notes: - Credit will not be granted for 345 if credit has already been received for either one of 365, 445. Cannot be taken concurrently with 365 or 366.
- Students wishing to proceed to graduate studies in Economics are advised to include ECON 365 and 366 in their undergraduate program instead of 345.
Prerequisites: 103 and 104; 245 and 246 or equivalents; MATH 102 or 100; ECON 203 and 204 recommended.
Undergraduate course in Economics offered by the Department of Economics in the Faculty of Social Sciences.