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Students who earn the Master of Arts in Economics learn to apply economic theory, collect and manage data, estimate econometric models, and test hypotheses with inferential statistics to answer questions about human behavior, markets and other institutions or government policy. The behavior, institutions or policy might relate to anti-trust law, banks, credit markets, economic growth, environmental or natural resource management, healthcare, insurance, labor markets, property rights, regulation, stock markets and sports businesses.
Students in the master's program are well prepared for jobs in economic and business analysis, management, law, and government regulation. Graduates of the program have used their skills to fill increasingly valuable positions in data analysis and management.
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