Enhance your economic expertise through our vigorous graduate program.
A tumultuous economic climate in an international marketplace requires professionals to have an ever-keener understanding of everything from public policy to global finance to banking. Our widely recognized professors will guide you through the study and research you will need for completion of one of our two tracks that lead to a master's degree: economic analysis, or global business and finance. You will take courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, monetary and fiscal policy, mathematical methods in economics, international trade, government finance and many others. Once you complete our program, your advanced degree will position you ahead of the competition.
Department Chairperson: Yehuda Klein
Graduate Deputy: Nadia Doytch
Location: 217 Whitehead Hall