Applied Economics/Financial Management or Investments Certificate
To allow students to better exploit the strong complementarity between Finance and Economics, the Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University and the Applied Economics Program have eliminated the overlap between the MS Degree in Applied Economics and the Graduate Certificate in Financial Management and the Graduate Certificate in Investments.
|Course Locations||Washington, DC and *Online|
|Earn Degree Onsite||Yes|
|Earn Degree Online||*No|
|Entry Terms||Fall, Spring, or Summer semester|
|Degree Requirements||15 courses:
8 for the MS in Economics;
7 for the Certificate in Financial Management or Investments.
|Tuition and Fees||Tuition in the 2017-2018 academic year is $4,285 per course. Please note: 2018-2019 tuition rates are tentative pending approval by the Board of Trustees. More information.|
This dual program offers students to the opportunity to earn both the MS Degree in Applied Economics and a Graduate Certificate in Financial Management or in Investments for a total of 15 courses, eight at Applied Economics and seven at Carey. Those interested, including current students of either school, apply to the Dual MS Degree in Applied Economics/Graduate Certificate in Financial Management or in Investments through Advanced Academic Programs. The Carey Graduate Certificate in Investments accompanies preparation for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) examination, which is preserved in the Dual Diploma program. Prospective students should contact email@example.com and should take Financial Economics 440.642 as soon as feasible.
For more information, current students should contact Jessie Martin.
For more information about required courses to complete the Applied Economics degree and the Certificate in Investment or Financial Management, visit the Degree Requirements page.
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