Maximum value. Minimum time.
Getting a Master’s in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics from Eller often costs less than other similar programs.
Plus, there are no additional program fees—and no sacrifice in quality. In fact, just the opposite. You’ll have high-quality interaction with top research faculty, which leads to high employability. Plus, if time is money, then this immersive, one-year program provides you with even higher ROI. Apply now or request more information.
Resident: $6,971 summer + $12,886 fall + $12,386 spring = $31,743.
Non-resident: $6,971 summer + $22,449 fall + $22,449 spring = $51,870.
Tuition and fees subject to change.
Tuition costs are subject to change, and the University of Arizona charges various additional mandatory fees, as well, which amount to an additional $600 per semester and cannot be waived. However, there are no Eller program fees for this program.
Master’s students are not considered for graduate assistantships within the economics department, though they may seek employment elsewhere at the university if they wish.