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Master of Art Degrees in Microeconomics

An MA stands for Master of Arts. It is a graduate-level degree that usually takes about two years to complete. Most MA programs focus on the humanities, but not all do. Some may offer such a degree for fields associated with the natural sciences and mathematics. What is an MA in Microeconomics? It is usually a terminal master’s program that equips students with quantitative skills and advanc… Read more

An MA stands for Master of Arts. It is a graduate-level degree that usually takes about two years to complete. Most MA programs focus on the humanities, but not all do. Some may offer such a degree for fields associated with the natural sciences and mathematics.

What is an MA in Microeconomics? It is usually a terminal master’s program that equips students with quantitative skills and advanced knowledge required for economic analysis in the business realm, banking, government or the consulting industry. Students might find themselves enrolled in courses such as microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, statistics for economists, econometrics and elementary mathematical economics. A comprehensive examination might be required for completion of the degree.

Many graduates discover that they develop skills in numeracy, computing and time management. There are many employers that may find these skills to be beneficial in employees. These particular skill sets may also help students in their day-to-day life.

Many factors can affect the cost of schooling, including location, format and length of program. Keep these in mind when researching different schools and find a program that fits your educational needs. For more detailed information about costs, contact the university of interest directly.

An MA in Microeconomics may act as a stepping stone for students interested in furthering their studies. Graduates who pursue a career upon completion of their degree might be qualified for positions such as actuarial analyst, statistician, financial risk analyst, diplomatic service officer, data scientist, consultant, forensic accountant or quantity surveyor. With training in microeconomics, students might find employment in either the public or private sector.

Some MA programs are offered online as well as in a traditional setting. This format is helpful for students wanting to attend classes remotely. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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University of Tartu
Tartu , Estonia

MA in Quantitative Economics gives students strong preparation in contemporary economic theory and econometric analysis methods.

MA in Quantitative Economics gives students strong preparation in contemporary economic theory and econometric analysis methods. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English
15 Mar 2021
Campus
 

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