Master of Science in Economics
Empirical econ skills. Quantifiable career gains.
The format of the Master's in Economics program is changing.
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What You'll Learn
You’ll develop a solid foundation in econometrics, microeconomic theory (individual decision making and market equilibrium, game theory and market design), empirical microeconomics and experimental and behavioral economics.
The Master's in Economics curriculum is designed to build your mastery through 30 units (10 months) of courses in economics, microeconomic theory and theory of quantitative methods in economics.
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No work experience is required, but potential candidates should be strong in mathematics and statistics, with economics a key part of their undergraduate background.
The program is global in nature, with around 75 percent of students coming from outside the US. It is a STEM-designated program, an important factor for many international students.
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