Dual Degree: Master of Arts - Economics & Master of Science - Mathematical Sciences
The Economics Department offers a Dual Master of Science and Master of Arts Program in Mathematics and Economics for students who want to pursue graduate studies in both disciplines. A minimum of 51 credits of graduate work is required, including at least 21 credits of course work in mathematics and at least 21 credits of course work in economics. A minimum GPA of 3.00 is required for the graduate course work that is part of the degree program.
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Upon completion of the M.A. in Economics program, students should be able to:
- Analyze behavior of economic agents under various market structures.
- Apply the tools of welfare economics to public-policy problems.
- Construct and apply microeconomic models.
- Construct and apply macroeconomic models.
- Use statistical methods to explain and interpret economic data.
- Use critical-thinking skills to analyze economic issues.
- Provide evidence of effective writing and presentation skills; as well as the ability to conduct independent research.
Plans of Study
- 2018-19, Economics Requirement
- 2018-19, Post Bachelor's: Pure Mathematics
- 2017-18, Mathematical Sciences Requirement
- 2016-17, Economics Requirement
- 2016-17, Mathematical Sciences Requirement