Why should you pursue a graduate degree in economics at Auburn University? We offer our graduate students:
- Competitive assistantships: Most PhD students receive teaching assistantships or presidential fellowships with full tuition waiver.
- Low student-faculty ratio: A diverse group of students receive personalized attention in an open, friendly environment.
- Multiple research areas:
- applied microeconomics
- economics of education
- economic growth
- economic history
- environmental economics
- health economics
- industrial organization
- international economics (trade/finance)
- labor economics
- 100% placement rate: All Auburn Economics PhD students find academic or non-academic jobs BEFORE graduation.
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