A Master of Science in Economics can prepare students for careers in the business sector, including positions as financial analysts, budget analysts and policy consultants, as well as roles in higher education. Admission to a graduate Economics program generally requires students to hold a bachelor's degree in addition to completing the Graduate Record Examination. Courses cover a range of topics that are related to the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services, including macroeconomics, microeconomics, economic regulation, qualitative analytical systems as well as money and banking systems.
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