Students in the 3+2 dual-degree program receive both a B.A. and the M.S. degree, completing the program in five years. Undergraduates must fulfill the College’s standard degree requirements
as well as those for the Economics Program
. The only exception is the senior thesis, which is condensed to a research paper during the second semester of the junior year under the 3+2 option, provided the master’s thesis is completed. The following courses count toward both degrees: Advanced Macroeconomics, Advanced Microeconomics, Research Methods 1, and Monetary Economics.