Students who scored 5 on the AP microeconomics exam can be exempted from ECO 100.
Students who scored 5 on the AP macroeconomics exam can be exempted from ECO 101.
Students who scored 5 on the AP statistics exam can be exempted from ECO 202 but will not receive a unit of credit for the purpose of Advanced Standing.Students who scored 5 on the AP statistics exam can be exempted from ECO 202.
Note: Exemption from 100 and 101 will be accorded to students who pass the British A-levels with a grade of A, and to those who earn a 7 on the higher-level International Baccalaureate.
Students exempted from ECO 100, 101 and 202 may still benefit from taking these courses, which provide important basic materials for the study of economics.
The Department will permit freshmen to enroll in ECO 310, 311, or 312, subject to the approval of the instructor for the course. The requirements are:  completion of, or exemption from, ECO 100, 101, and/or 202, as appropriate in each case, and  sufficient knowledge of multivariable calculus and vector and matrix algebra. For the latter, ask the Mathematics Department officer concerned (currently Janos Kollar, email@example.com) to certify that they regard your previous knowledge of mathematics as equivalent to completion of MAT 175, or MAT 201-202, or better.