Master's Degree in Economics in Kingston in Jamaica

Compare Masters Programs in Economics 2017 in Kingston in Jamaica

Economics

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Economics and administration is a hybrid field in which professionals are trained in both macro and micro economics. Analysis of history and understanding economic principles, along with knowledge of finance, public policy and business topics arm experts in making short and long term recommendations.

 

A few universities in the United States have extension programs in various parts of Jamaica. Most of the students who enroll in these part-time programs are working professionals who want to continue their education without having to relocate closer to the nation's Universities. Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean.

The largest city of Jamaica, Kingston is known for its good weather and good living conditions. This capital city has some of good technology and IT institutions like University of Technology and University College of The Caribbean.

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UCC/Commonwealth Executive Master of Business/Public Administration

University of the Commonwealth Caribbean
Online & Campus Combined Part time 20 months October 2017 Jamaica Kingston

These masters provide a relevant and cutting-edge curriculum to help working administrators strengthen their knowledge of contemporary public/business administration practices. [+]

Masters in Economics in Kingston in Jamaica. UCC/Commonwealth Executive Master of Business/Public Administration These masters provide a relevant and cutting-edge curriculum to help working administrators strengthen their knowledge of contemporary public/business administration practices and improve their management and leadership skills in the public/business service, the government sector or non-profits. [-]