Post-Master’s Certificate in Quantitative Methods in Applied Economics
If you hold a master’s degree in Economics or Statistics and want to expand your knowledge or advance your career, this Post-Master’s Certificate will help you build solid expertise in Quantitative Methods in Applied Economics.
Through your coursework, you’ll gain plenty of practical experience in quantitative methods—including emerging areas like machine learning. You will need four courses to complete the program.
The program designed with you in mind. So you don’t have to put your career on hold, we offer the flexibility to take courses in the evenings at Washington, D.C. Center near Dupont Circle, online, or both.
Coursework to Match Your Career Aspirations
Choose four out of nine courses in quantitative methods—from econometrics, cost-benefit analysis, to research methods.
Grow Your Network and Practical Experience
Our economics programs attract professionals from around D.C. and beyond—providing you with a peer network that shares experience across government agencies, international lending institutions, trade associations, and private businesses of all kinds.
You will need to have a master's degree in Economics or Statistics in order to apply for this program. Additional admission requirements are the same as those for MS in Applied Economics.
Take the Next Step
Gain practical knowledge in quantitative methods with this flexible Post-Master's Certificate program.
Students should be aware of state-specific information for online programs. For more information, please contact an admissions representative.
This program is designed to be completed in 12 months.
This program will cost $17,996 if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses ($1,353). These costs were accurate at the time of posting but may have changed.
Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with $ N/A of debt.
*Fewer than 10 students completed this program within normal time. This number has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students.
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