A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
There is evidence of economic writing that dates all the way back to the Mesopotamian era. The development of modern economics is largely due to two groups which were known as the physiocrats and the mercantilists. These groups help develop capitalism in Europe in the 16th century.
The Middle East is the birthplace of several current major religions and influential empires from millennia past. Scholars and graduates get the benefit of immersing themselves in these cultures and gaining a deeper understanding of one of the world’s most vibrant regions.
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Master in Economics [+]
The Master degree in Economics is designed to provide a technical and rigorous approach to the study of economics while offering students the flexibility to take field electives in order to tailor their programs of study to their professional goals. [+]
The Master degree in Economics is designed to provide a technical and rigorous approach to the study of economics while offering students the flexibility to take field electives in order to tailor their programs of study to their professional goals. The program is ideal for anyone looking for a program which specializes in advanced applied economic research. The program offers an excellent opportunity for students seeking a quantitative degree in order to prepare themselves to work in a variety of positions that require the ability to conduct applied economic research.
Graduates of the Master program will have the tools to conduct applied economic research and a sound preparation for progression to doctoral study. Specifically, upon successful completion of the program graduates will be able:... [-]