Graduate programs in economics
An economics degree allows students to gain a solid understanding of how companies and financial systems operate.
Economics is a broad social science discipline that provides insight into a wide array of questions about money, markets, productivity and wealth, according to experts. Some questions that an economist might investigate include how supply and demand influences the prices of goods and services, why market booms and busts occur and which incentives are most compelling to individuals making financial choices. (US News & World Report)
- Master of Arts in Economics
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Joint Master of Arts in Economics/Juris Doctor (M.A./J.D.)
- Graduate Certificate in Economic Development
- Graduate Certificate in Gerontology
Forms and policies
Visit our For students section for general graduate forms and policies. Specific program forms and policies can be found on their respective pages above.
For more information, please contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Allen Goodman.