While completed coursework in economics is not a requirement to apply to the Institute, we strongly recommend that students preparing to enter the program complete their economics study before matriculating to MIIS.
Economics Prerequisite by Program
- International Environmental Policy (IEP) students must demonstrate proficiency in microeconomics prior to taking Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (IEPG 8542).
Meet Your Prerequisite
You can satisfy the economics prerequisite in two ways:
- Provide transcripts showing completion of introductory micro and/or macro economics courses in the last three years. You must have earned a B or better in these courses.
- Pass a preparatory intensive economics course offered at the Institute.
Economics Preparation Courses
- The Economics Preparation courses are offered twice a year. Once in January and once in August. The dates and times for these courses are below.
To register, new students will need to submit an Economics Preparation Registration Form with payment to the Record's Office in the Casa Fuente Building. You may submit the form via fax, email, or in person. To pay by credit card please submit your form to the Record's Office and then call the Cashier's Office at (831) 647-6434 to provide credit card information.
If you are a continuing student, please sign up for the course via BannerWeb during the active registration periods.
Payments and registration must be submitted one week prior to the start of each course. No refunds or cancellations will be permitted after this deadline.
*** Please note that students cannot receive additional financial aid for these costs. For further questions in regards to this matter, please call the Financial Aid Office at (831) 647-4119.
Course Schedule Summer 2015
MICRO: ECPR 8500A
Dates: Thursday-Monday, August 6-10, 2015
Times: 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Location: Morse B104 -- Campus Map
Professor: Jason Scorse
Registration and Payment Deadline: July 30,2015
Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science by Charles Wheelan, edition 2002 or 2010.Required Book
Please have the entire book read prior to the start of your first course. Additional reading materials will be available via EReserve.