The Department of Economics offers graduate programs leading to a Ph.D. in Applied Economics (joint with Agricultural Economics and Forestry Economics) and Master of Science in Economics. Concentration areas of the faculty include applied microeconomics, health economics, industrial organization, international economics (trade and finance), labor economics, and macroeconomics. Students who have completed our programs have found a variety of opportunities that include tenure track assistant professor positions.
Please view the admissions page for more information on the application procedures.
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Last Updated: June 05, 2018