Master of Arts in Economics

The Master of Arts in Economics program provides students with the essential analytical tools and rigorous training they need to apply economic analysis to help both global corporations and government institutions achieve success. The program introduces students to several applied areas of economics and provides the required problem-solving skills to analyze economic problems.

To obtain detailed program admission information, please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at 305-284-2510 or visit our website.

Curriculum Requirements

Fall Semester
ECO 600Econometrics3
ECO 601Graduate Macroeconomic Theory3
ECO 610Mathematical Economics and Applications3
ECO 612Economic Strategies for Firms and the Industry3
ECO 860The Theory of International Trade (The Theory of International Trade)3
Spring Semester
ECO 620Advanced Econometrics3
ECO 621Advanced Macro Analysis3
ECO 645Regulations Economics3
ECO 692Applied Economics3
ECO 698Selected Topics (Economics of Uncertainty and Executive Compensation)3
Total Credit Hours30