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PhD in administration - Applied Economics

Structure du programme

Phase I – Preparation (if necessary, maximum 1 year)

Qualifying courses in the specialization (preparatory or introductory courses)

Phase II – Specialization (maximum 2 years)

  1. Minimum course work of 12 PhD seminars
  2. Comprehensive exam

Course work includes the following requirements:

Compulsory seminar

6 seminars

2 in macroeconomics, 2 in microeconomics and 2 econometrics chosen from courses offered at the Université de Montréal

Specialization seminar

Minimum 5 seminars

Seminars in economics or a related discipline from those of the joint doctoral program or courses offered at the Université de Montréal

Pedagogy seminar

1 seminar

Responsible conduct of research seminar

1 seminar (uncredited compulsory)

ETHI 87019A

Phase III – Dissertation

  1. Public presentation of the dissertation proposal
  2. Writing of the dissertation
  3. Defence

Phases II and III supervisory committees

The student is supervised by two committees. The Phase II committee validates the student’s coursework, supervises the scientific paper, if required, and administers the comprehensive exam. The Phase III committee (or dissertation committee) supervises the student’s dissertation research work.

These committees generally include at least three professors from the four universities participating in the joint program.

Program details
90 Credits
  • Full time
  • Day
Instruction mode
  • On-site
  • Côte-des-Neiges

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