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American University Master of Arts in International Economic Relations: Quantitative Methods
American University

Master of Arts in International Economic Relations: Quantitative Methods

Washington, USA

2 Years

English

Full time, Part time

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Sep 2024

USD 1,922 / per credit

On-Campus

Introduction

The MA in International Economic Relations: Quantitative Methods (STEM) course of study (MAIER: QM) provides a focused graduate education in quantitative methods and econometrics combined with International Economics and Political Economy. The result is a MAIER: QM degree that ideally positions you for a professional career in international business and finance, government, or the nonprofit sector. Students with this degree develop extensive skills in data analysis, geographic information systems, and/or statistical programming, making them competitive and appealing candidates for research-oriented professional positions.

Our Washington, DC, location allows you to accept internships in organizations that can bridge to permanent job opportunities after graduation. MAIER: QM students can pursue the degree on a full- or part-time basis. Combining these features, this degree is unique among Washington-area programs. The STEM designation of the MAIER: QM degree may enable F-1 international students to be eligible for a 24-month extension of their Optional Practical Training (OPT) in the United States. For more information, please consult with International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS).

Student Cohort

The MA in International Economic Relations: Quantitative Methods (MAIER: QM) degree is part of the International Economic Relations (IER) program at the School of International Service. Students pursuing this degree will collaborate with their cohort and will work closely with students pursuing the MA in International Economic Relations (MAIER), the other degree in the IER program.

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