Economics, MA

The Master of Arts program is in applied economic policy analysis, with broad specialization areas. The program is large enough to support a full slate of core and area courses each year, yet small enough to maintain a sense of community among the students. The program is especially appropriate for those who wish to work in or return to positions in government, teaching, finance, or industry while providing a rigorous basis for those who want to continue their studies to the doctoral level.


 

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

General Requirements

Quantitative Courses
ECON 5105Math and Statistics for Economists4
ECON 5140Applied Econometrics4
Theory Courses
ECON 5110Microeconomic Theory4
ECON 5120Macroeconomic Theory4

Electives

Complete 16 semester hours from the following range:16
ECON 5200 to ECON 7772

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

  • 32 total semester hours required
  • Minimum 3.000 GPA required