The schedule for comprehensive exams:
 
International Economics Majors
Managerial Economics Majors Dual Major Economics & Mathematics
Dual Major Computer Science & Accounting
Monday Morning
(Each row represents one hour of testing.)
Intermediate and Advanced Microeconomics Intermediate and Advanced Microeconomics Intermediate and Advanced Microeconomics Computer Science I
Intermediate Macroeconomics and non-computer Business Cycles & Forecasting Intermediate Macroeconomics and non-computer Business Cycles & Forecasting Intermediate Macroeconomics and non-computer Business Cycles & Forecasting Computer Science II
Managerial Accounting and
Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting and
Financial Accounting
Financial Accounting Data Structures and Algorithms
Monday Afternoon
(Each row represents one hour of testing.)
MFT Field Exam in Economics* MFT Field Exam in Economics* MFT Field Exam in Economics* Database Design
MFT Field Exam in Economics* MFT Field Exam in Economics* MFT Field Exam in Economics* Statistics I & Statistics II
Tuesday Morning
(Each row represents one hour of testing.)
International Trade
Managerial Economics
Calculus I and II
Financial Account & Managerial Accounting
Comparative Economic Systems Marketing
Calculus III and Linear Algebra
Intermediate Accounting I & II
Comparative Economic Development
Principles of Finance Introduction to Proofs
Advanced Accounting
Tuesday Afternoon
(Each row represents one hour of testing.)
Not Applicable Not Applicable Probability & Statistics  I and II
Financial Auditing I
Not Applicable Not Applicable Discrete Mathematics
Cost Accumulation and Control
*See: http://www.ets.org/mft/about/content/economics for more information about this test.  The Major Field Test (MFT) has two sections.  One section is Macroeconomics while the other section is Microeconomics and some information from Research Methods/Statistics.  In particular, it tests on means, averages, standard deviations, understanding regression results, and other similar topics.  Starting in 2012-2013, the grade for this exam will be counted as part of the grade for comps and will play a role in determining who fails, passes, or gets distinction.

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