Core Courses (12-15 credit hours)
ECON 8290 Research Methods in Economics and Business
ECON 8306 Quantitative Applications in Economics and Business*
ECON 8220 Seminar in Macro Theory
ECON 8200 Seminar in Micro Theory
ECON 8300 Econometrics
*Not required for students demonstrating satisfactory math skills. Three additional hours of elective courses is required if this course is not taken.
Electives and Concentrations (21-24 credit hours)
Electives will be selected in consultation with the Graduate Program Chair and Advisor.
Comprehensive Exam (Exit requirement)
For additional details on our MS program, or how to transfer from the MS to the MA program, please contact:
Dr. Catherine Co | Mammel Hall 332R | 402.554.2805 | email@example.com
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