The School of Economics offers graduate degree programs that focus on the advanced study of economics and policy. Cutting-edge research techniques are employed for emerging policy issues allowing students to combine core training in economic theory and quantitative methods, with tailored courses that cover a wide range of topics–from energy economics, climate change, and sustainability, to local economic development and international economics. Graduate students in all programs acquire the skills and knowledge to apply economic theory and tools to address pressing societal problems and concerns.
The School of Economics creates numerous opportunities for students to expand their horizons by involving them in on-going research projects, partnering them with public and private sector institutions, and placing them in innovative internship experiences. Students benefit from small class sizes and considerable individual attention from faculty and connections to world-class research centers.
Economics Masters degrees:
- Masters of Arts in Economics (MA)
- Masters of Science in Economics (MS)
- Masters of Arts in Financial Economics (MA)
- Masters of Science in Resource Economics & Policy (MS)
- Degree Progress Guidelines
We also support:
- Ecology & Environmental Sciences (MS, PhD)
- Dual Degree in Global Policy (MS)
- Interdisciplinary PhD Program
- Accelerated 4+1 Masters Program