Master's in Economics

Empirical econ skills. Quantifiable career gains.


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The Program

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.

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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.

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International Students

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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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Return on Investment

Return on Investment

Opportunities are many for graduates in this program, yet the cost for both residents and non-residents is substantially less than at many other similarly-ranked programs.

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Program Cost

Resident: $18,000
Non-resident: $38,500

Tuition and fees subject to change.

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Your Future is Calling

You’ve heard the “why.” If you think you’re a good fit, it’s time for the “how.” Let’s get you on the road to your Eller Master's in Econometrics. Contact us or begin your application now:

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