Although MIPP candidates are not required to take economics courses while studying at Johns Hopkins SAIS, they should also complete this section. Please note that only MIPP candidates intending to complete economics coursework at Johns Hopkins SAIS must complete the economics prerequisites. Such candidates must have earned the equivalent of a B- or higher in separate college-level courses in introductory microeconomics and in introductory macroeconomics. A single, semester-long college level course in introductory economics covering both micro and macro will be considered minimally sufficient. Courses not taken for a grade do not fulfill the economics prerequisite. Applicants who have taken economics courses that are not entitled “Intro/Principles of Microeconomics” or “Intro/Principles of Macroeconomics” but who believe their coursework to be equivalent should include detailed course descriptions and/or syllabi with their official transcripts.Please indicate the economics courses taken, first in the theory area, then the quantitative area, and then field courses. Please either check the appropriate box or provide the course name, year the course was taken (as it appears on the transcript) and the grade received. If a course was taken as a high school Advance Placement (AP) course, and college credit was received, please indicate by checking the AP credit question.
Use this section to indicate your background in mathematics. Please begin by indicating the number of college level calculus courses taken followed by the course titles, grade received and year taken. If a course was taken as a high school Advance Placement (AP) course, and college credit was received, please indicate by including this information in the "Other" section. Also please list any mathematics courses taken beyond calculus along with the year and the grade received. Do not list courses not taken for a grade.