The Master of Science is ideal for students interested in careers in data analysis, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, consulting and more. The degree requires 30 credits of coursework, with an option to complete a thesis. This program normally takes 4 semesters to complete.
- Microeconomic theory (3 credits)
- Statistics and econometrics (6 credits)
- Economic analysis (9 credits)
- Elective course work (12 credits)
The Master’s programs include course work that presumes students have taken courses in intermediate microeconomic theory, intermediate macroeconomic theory, two semesters of calculus, and introductory statistics.
See more details in the Handbook.