Ten courses are required to complete the Master of Science in Applied Economics.
Prerequisite Math requirement:
- Those entering with only a single Calculus course must first take 440.304 Mathematical Methods for Economists, a three undergraduate credit, full-length course, at half tuition. The course does not count toward the degree.
- For those required to take Math Methods, the course is treated academically as part of the Core. Thus, all rules applying to the Core apply to Math Methods.
- In order to waive our Math Methods for Economists course, evidence of Multivariable Calculus is required.
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Four core courses:
One advanced econometrics course:
- 440.614 Macroeconometrics
- 440.615 Macroeconomic Forecasting
- 440.617 Financial Econometrics
- 440.618 Microeconometrics
Five additional elective courses:
To view all Applied Economics courses, including electives, please visit Course Descriptions for details.
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