The Master’s Degree in Economics is an excellent way for professionals in both the public and private sectors to improve their analytical skills. It is also a great first step for students who may be considering further graduate work in economics or related fields.
Core courses in economic theory and econometrics are offered in the evening, and a wide range of elective courses - from monetary theory and policy to health economics to the history of economic thought - may be used to complete the required coursework. The final step is an independent thesis or project.
The Master’s of Statistics in Econometrics is part of the university’s interdisciplinary Master of Statistics offerings. Our program is designed for students who want to pursue advanced training in statistical fields relating to econometric forecasting and analysis. The core and elective coursework in our program includes offerings from mathematics, economics, and statistics. All students complete an applied research project as part of their degree.
Questions? Email the Graduate Advisor.