Special Topics Courses offered Winter 2018–2019"Special Topics Courses" are those courses offered periodically that do not (possibly yet) have a permanent home in the Arts and Sciences Calendar. Please click on the highlighted Section Number for a more detailed course description. It is important to note that the course numbers are not unique: Be sure to confirm the course number AND title when registering for a special topics course.
Timetable view for Fall, Winter. To locate classrooms, see campus map.
|Number||Sect.||Title, instructor||Day, time||Location|
|ECO422H1F||Special Topics in Economics, Topics in Business Economics • Calendar entry|
|Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ECO200Y1/ECO204Y1/ECO206Y1; At least one FCE in ECO at the 300 level or higher; Recommended preparation: At least one of ECO316H1, ECO326H1, ECO338H1, ECO380H1, or ECO381H1.|
|L0101||Karen Bernhardt-Walther • outline • Learning outcomes||M11-2||WO 20|
|ECO422H1S||Special Topics in Economics, Topics in Behavioural Economics • Calendar entry|
|Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ECO200Y1/ECO204Y1/ECO206Y1; ECO220Y1/ECO227Y1/(STA220H1,STA255H1)/(STA257H1,STA261H1); At least one FCE in ECO at the 300 level or higher.|
|L5101||Yoram Halevy • outline • Learning outcomes||T9-11, M5-7 Note: M5-7 (tutorial)||OI2214|