What will you gain?
This program combines the very best of learning in Economics: dedicated research-oriented faculty, a strong theoretical grounding, modern computational tools, and advanced econometric methods. It will prepare you for a large variety of careers in the private and public sectors as well as for further graduate training such as Ph.D. programs in Economics or related fields.
What will you actually do?
The coursework in this program can be finished in three semesters. In the first two semesters, you will learn basic foundations of microeconomic theory, macroeconomics, and econometrics with the appropriate mathematical tools. The third semester allows a specialization into a financial economics track or a game theory track, each with appropriate courses and tools.
Substantial scholarships available
Students who have been accepted into the M.S. Program in Economics for Spring 2019 will receive a tuition scholarship.
In-State students will receive a $3,000 scholarship toward credit-hour fees in the first semester of the program, and an additional $1,000 in each of the second and third semesters.
Out-of-State students will receive a $7,000 scholarship toward credit-hour fees in the first semester of the program, and an additional $2,000 in each of the second and third semesters.
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