The Master of Arts in Economics is designed to prepare students for careers as professional economists in business, government agencies, colleges, and universities. As a graduate, you’ll be equipped with the conceptual knowledge and practical skills needed to do state-of-the-art economic and statistical analysis in business, industry, and government. There are three tracks available for the MA degree in economics: preparation for a doctorate in Economics, economic analysis, and public policy.
As a student, you will:
The Master of Arts in Economics program offers a degree with three focused areas of study: PhD Preparation, Applied Economics, and Public Policy Economics.
Admission into the Master of Arts in Economics program is offered on a rolling basis.
Below are the requirements for admission into the program:
The Master of Arts in Economics program is a one-year program beginning in the fall semester and ending in the spring.
Information about the curriculum can be found on the UA course catalog.
Information about tuition and the cost of graduate school can be found on UA’s student accounts website.
Manderson students who have taken economics courses offered within the Master of Arts in Economics program have been employed at:
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