Our MA in Applied Economics program involves a significant amount of hands-on, real-world training analyzing large data sets. You’ll apply this knowledge in case studies and major projects. Throughout your program, you will contribute work to an e-Portfolio which serves as your program capstone and as a body of knowledge to present to prospective employers.
The program strongly encourages participation in Bryan Graduate Career Center opportunities such as workshops and trainings, employer spotlights, and one-on-one sessions with our Graduate Career Development Specialist who will help you build skills and connections for career success. All resources are available to online students.
|COURSES: MA in Applied Economics||30 – 33 Credit Hours|
|Master’s Electives (select 4-5 courses)|
*ECO 630 Introduction to Cost Effectiveness
*ECO 637 Empirical Health Economics
*ECO 663 Predictive Data Mining OR ISM 645 Principles of Predictive Analytics
*ECO 664 Time Series and Forecasting
ECO 691 Economics Internship
*ECO 657 Managerial Economics
|12 – 15 Hours|
*ECO 625 Data Methods in Economics
*ECO 631 Applied Policy Methods
|Master’s Core Knowledge*|
ECO 641 Microeconomics I
ECO 643 Econometrics
ECO 646 Macroeconomics
|12 Hours (Final Term)|
All courses are 3 credit hours.
*Certificate course work may be counted towards master’s degree requirements.
Add a certificate or two to your degree, or choose your own course of study by selecting 12 credit hours in economics electives from across the master’s curriculum.
If you still have questions regarding our MA in Applied Economics program please reach out to our graduate recruitment team by phone or email. You may also schedule a time to meet with one of our recruiters or attend one of our upcoming information sessions.
Assistant Director Graduate Recruitment
Graduate Recruitment Specialist