MBA/MA in Economics

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The Master of Business Administration / Master of Arts (MBA/MA) in Economics is offered as a dual degree, administered jointly by the Graduate College of Arts and Sciences (GRS) and the School of Management (SMG). The program integrates scholarly rigor into the applied case study method of our management education.

Training in the related fields of management and economics has become professionally desirable in an increasing number of areas. The Economics program is cited by the Journal of Economic Perspectives as one of the top ten economics departments in North America. The Department of Economics offers a distinguished faculty and an international student body which generate a lively int…

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The Master of Business Administration / Master of Arts (MBA/MA) in Economics is offered as a dual degree, administered jointly by the Graduate College of Arts and Sciences (GRS) and the School of Management (SMG). The program integrates scholarly rigor into the applied case study method of our management education.

Training in the related fields of management and economics has become professionally desirable in an increasing number of areas. The Economics program is cited by the Journal of Economic Perspectives as one of the top ten economics departments in North America. The Department of Economics offers a distinguished faculty and an international student body which generate a lively intellectual climate. This specialized dual degree satisfies this need by allowing students to complement their studies while fulfilling requirements for both degree programs.

Obtaining the two degrees separately would normally require six semesters in residence, but through careful course selection and by eliminating overlapping courses, the dual degree may be obtained in five semesters (80 credits). The entire program may thus be completed in two calendar years (two academic years and one summer for well-prepared students, two academic years and two summers for less well-prepared students).

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