Master of Economics

The most common postgraduate economics course offered to students is the M.A Economics. However, strains of Economic specialization are also available in the Commerce (M.Com Applied Economics) and Science (MS in Economics). The M.A in Economics would be an apt course for those that enjoy engaging in logical problem solving, analysis and presentation of statistical data and other similar, relevant skillsets.

Course Overview:

Recognition: Globally Recognized

Duration: 2 years

Specializations/Subjects: Developmental Economics, Urban Economics, Organizational Economics, Science Economics etc.

Grading and Assessment: Varies based on country, university and subjects.

 

Eligibility:

Candidates interest in pursuing a Master’s program in Economics are required to have a Bachelor’s degree in any stream, or an equivalent qualifying exam. Other than these, the university may conduct its own entrance tests and require the candidates to complete them during the application process.

Why Do a Master of Economics/Is it Right for you?

A Master in Economics course equips the candidates with the right informational tools to understand and perceive trends in the global economic scenario. If you are privy to logical problem solving, inferring statistical data and analysis of the same whilst being able to present it compellingly, a Master of Economics might just be the course for you. Careers available outside of the academics fields after a Master of Economics course are those of money manager, accountant, investment banker, and several others that deal with the flow of money.

In choosing the degree that is correct for you, ask yourself the following questions:

Subjects: What subjects you wish to study?

Curriculum: Review the course content and teaching style thoroughly and ask yourself whether it is what you wish to learn.

Career Options: Does the degree put you on a path to realizing your career aspirations?

Entry Requirements: Do you have the appropriate entry requirements? E.g.: Work experience or appropriate undergraduate degree.

Interests: Do your interests lie in the field of Economics? Does the idea of being able to possess hands on and theoretical knowledge of the global economy entice you?

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