The Department of Economics offers two distinct graduate programs. The Master of Economics program requires the completion of a capstone course as the culminating activity. The intended audience is students or others in the community seeking advancement in their career, and/or seeking careers in more quantitative and analytical fields.
The Master of Science in Economics program emphasizes research and requires completion of a thesis. The intended audience is students or others in the community seeking further education and research experience prior to pursuing a doctoral degree in economics and related fields.
Both programs provide students with advanced training in current microeconomic theory, quantitative economics, econometrics, and other fields of economics as well as rigorous research methods.
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