About the Program

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Students gain advanced knowledge of modern economic theory, both in the areas of microeconomics and macroeconomics, and advanced proficiency in econometrics and quantitative methods. Students acquire in-depth knowledge of two fields of theoretical or empirical economics of particular interest to the candidate. Students graduate with the ability to address economic issues with the analytic and quantitative skills necessary for a successful academic or professional career in economics, business or government.

Degree Type
Departmentally-Based Graduate Program
Degrees Offered
M.A. Plan II
Ph.D. Plan B
Lead Dean

College of Letters and Science

Major Code

Admissions and Fellowship Information

Admission Deadlines
General: Dec 15, 2022
Internal Fellowship Deadlines
Prospective Student Fellowship: Dec 15, 2022
Continuing Student Fellowship: Jan 15, 2023

Program Contact Information

Primary Program Contacts

Graduate Program Coordinator

Program Coordinator
Stephanie Ivory
(530) 752-0743 |

Graduate Program Chair

Department Chair
Katheryn Russ
(530) 754-1544 |

Additional Contacts

Program Contacts

Advisor: General
Paul Bergin
(530) 752-0741 |

Advisor: General
Andres Carvajal Escobar
530-752-9241 |

Advisor: General
Anujit Chakraborty

Advisor: General
Katherine Eriksson
(530) 754-1533 |

Advisor: Admissions and Primary Contact
Athanasios Geromichalos
(530) 752-0741 |

Advisor: General
Marianne Page
(530) 554-4940 |

Advisor: General
David Rapson

Advisor: General
Monica Singhal
(530) 754-1545 |

Graduate Studies Contacts

Internal Fellowship Analyst
Heidi West
(530) 754-9473 |

External Fellowship Analyst
Yvette Garcia