Commerce and Economic Development, MS
Globalization has created a borderless economy with a host of new opportunities and challenges for those engaged in commerce and economic development. While global markets offer exciting growth prospects, navigating the world stage requires in-depth knowledge of the financial, regulatory, and economic environments and institutions that affect the global economy and international trade. To meet the need for both insight and skills development, Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies—in collaboration with Northeastern University’s College of Social Sciences and Humanities—offers the online Master of Science in Commerce and Economic Development.
This graduate-level program integrates economics, leadership, institutional organization, technology, and public policy into a unique and focused educational experience designed to help guide and advance a rewarding career in the private or public sectors.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|CED 6010||Applied Microeconomic Theory||4|
|CED 6020||Applied Macroeconomic Theory||4|
|CED 6030||Applied Mathematics and Statistics for Economics||4|
|CED 6040||Applied Econometrics||4|
|CED 6050||Commerce and Economic Development||4|
|CED 6910||Capstone: Master’s Project||5|
|Complete five of the following:|
|CED 6070||Economics of Human Capital||4|
|CED 6080||Commerce, Institutions, and Innovation||4|
|CED 6090||Cultural Economic Development||4|
|CED 6110||Law and Economics||4|
|CED 6120||Environmental Economics||4|
|CED 6130||Sustainable Economic Development||4|
|CED 6140||Economics of E-Commerce||4|
|COP 6940||Personal and Career Development||4|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
45 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required