Our department offers an M.A. degree, which requires 30 credit hours, 24 of which must be in graduate Economics courses. These include one semester of optimization theory, one semester of microeconomic theory, one semester of macroeconomic theory, and two semesters of econometrics. A research skill or an M.A. thesis is also required for this degree.
Please note, we are not currently accepting applications for the M.A. or M.A.T. programs.