Master of Economics program ranked in the Top 3 among schools without doctoral programs by the Financial Engineer

Master of Economics (MECO)

Economics was named one of the top 10 master’s degrees by Forbes in 2012, and since then its usefulness has only continued to grow. According to Forbes, in 2012, the mid-career median pay was $115,000 for someone with a Master’s degree in Economics, and the projected employment increase for jobs associated with this degree was 14.3%. For more information, read the story published in June 2012.

What this means is that getting a master’s degree in Economics could be the best decision you make, and our M.A. in Economics program, housed within the Farmer School of Business, could be the right place for you. Small class sizes and one-on-one interaction with professors make our program impactful and useful for an advanced career in Economics. Take a look around our website and see if anything piques your interest! Be sure to contact us with any questions or concerns.


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