Honours BSocSc in International Economics and Development


Co-operative education is available with this program.

The French immersion stream is available with this program.

ENG1100 Workshop in Essay Writing 3
3 credits from:
ENG1120 Literature and Composition I: Prose Fiction 3
ENG1121 Literature and Composition II: Drama and Poetry 3
DVM1100 Canada and the Challenges of International Development and Globalization 3
ECO1102 Introduction to Macroeconomics 3
ECO1104 Introduction to Microeconomics 3
MAT1300 Mathematical Methods I1 3
MAT1308 Introduction to Calculus 3
MAT1302 Mathematical Methods II 3
DVM2105 Introduction to International Development: Historical Perspectives 3
DVM2106 International Development: Contemporary Theories and Practices 3
ECO2113 Canada and the World Economy 3
ECO2117 Introduction to the Economics of Developing Countries 3
ECO2121 Economics of Globalization 3
ECO2142 Macroeconomic Theory I 3
ECO2143 Macroeconomic Theory II 3
ECO2144 Microeconomic Theory I 3
ECO2145 Microeconomic Theory II 3
DVM3350 Theories of International Development 3
ECO3150 Probability and Statistics for Economists2 3
ECO3151 Introduction to Econometrics2 3
3 course credits from:
ECO3111 International Trade 3
ECO4117 Development Economics 3
ECO4123 International Finance 3
6 optional course credits in international development and globalization (DVM) at the 4000 level
6 optional course credits in economics (ECO)
9 optional course credits from the list of optional courses
39 elective course credits3
9 elective course credits plus a minor
1Students who intend to pursue graduate studies in economics should select MAT1300 or the sequence MAT1320 and MAT1325 (this last course can be replaced by MAT1322). A strong background in mathematics helps students succeed in advanced courses and graduate studies in economics.
2Students who intend to participate in the Coop program should take ECO3150 and ECO3151 in their second year.
3ECO3145, ECO3152 and ECO3153 are strongly recommended for studies in the Master's in Economics.
List of Optional Courses
List of Optional Courses
DVM3108 Humanitarian Intervention 3
DVM3125 Environmental Policies, Natural Resources Management and Sustainable Development 3
DVM3130 Ethics and International Development 3
DVM3135 Food Security and International Development 3
DVM3140 International Development Funding 3
DVM3160 Introduction to International Development Projects 3
DVM4010 Stage international en développement international / International Internship in International Development 6
DVM4108 Conflict and Development 3
DVM4120 International Development Issues in Africa 3
DVM4125 International Development Issues in Asia 3
DVM4130 International Development Issues in Latin America 3
DVM4140 Private Enterprise and Development 3
DVM4150 Social Economy and Local Development in Developing Countries 3
DVM4152 Advanced Data Analysis for International Development 3
DVM4160 International Project Management 3
DVM4330 Special Research Topics 3
FEM3106 Women, Gender and Development 3
POL4170 Politics of Foreign Aid 3
POL4178 Political Economy of Development 3
SOC4310 Globalization and the Environment 3
SOC4314 Gender Relations, Development and Globalization 3