Master of Science in Economics

The Department of Economics offers both a thesis and non-thesis option Master of Science in Economics degree with a concentration in Financial Econometrics or Financial Economics. This degree program aims to provide rigorous training in economics, econometrics, analytical, and quantitative skills for students in order to prepare them for immediate careers in the financial sector such as trading analyst, financial consultant, data analyst, distribution analyst and loan administrator; business or government; or further study in top economics and finance PhD programs.  

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program