Interdisciplinary PhD in Economics and Statistics

Students must complete their primary program’s degree requirements along with the IDPS requirements. Statistics requirements  must not unreasonably impact performance or progress in a student’s primary degree program.

The Economics program allows students to replace required courses in Probability and Statistics with more advanced courses by petition.

Special note about integrating IDPS requirements and Economics requirements:

The Doctoral Program in Economics requires students to complete two majors and two minors. IDPS requires one of these major fields to be Econometrics. The IDPS requirement for Computation & Statistics may be used to satisfy one of the minor field requirements in the Doctoral Program in Economics as long as the student’s other minor field is in Economics, and is not a research or ad-hoc minor.

Seminar
IDS.190 Doctoral Seminar in Statistics
Probability (pick one)
6.436 Fundamentals of Probability
18.175 Theory of Probability
Statistics
18.655 Mathematical Statistics
Computation & Statistics (pick one)
9.520/6.860 Statistical Learning Theory and Applications
6.867 Machine Learning
                                Or a more advanced subject by petition.
Data Analysis (pick one)
14.389 Econometrics Paper

and one of the following courses:

14.387 Applied Econometrics
14.386 New Econometric Methods