Analytical Economics M.A.
Start in August, finish in May. In this rigorous, 36-credit program you'll master the quantitative skills and cutting-edge research skills needed to launch a high-value career. Choose electives in such areas as international trade and finance, environmental and resource economics, health economics, data analysis and information management, and international business.
Why get your master’s degree in economics?
In this rigorous 10-month program you will master the quantitative and cutting-edge research skills needed to launch a high-value career. Monster.com places a graduate degree in economics among the top 10 best-paying graduate degrees with a median pay of $134,000. Paul College’s program is one of the most rigorous in the country and one of the best. You will learn advanced economic theory, econometric and data analysis skills, and apply them through SAS and R coding, all in one year. You also will experience the breadth of the field in a weekly research seminar and pursue your own research project with faculty mentors.
Why choose UNH’s M.A. in economics program?
With a global reputation for outstanding teaching and research, the Economics Department at Paul College offers a vibrant atmosphere for graduate learning, research and development. We offer two of the nation’s most distinctive graduate programs in economics that prepare students to become both research economists and college professors. These include the Economics M.A. and Economics Ph.D. Many of our M.A. students go on to study for their Ph.D., and coursework completed in the master’s program may count toward a Ph.D. degree. A dedicated Career and Professional Success Office will help you land that job.
- Banking and financial services
- Economic development
- Economic forecasting
- Entrepreneurial ventures
- Government administration
- Market research
- Stock/commodities brokerage