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Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance - International Economic Policy and Analysis

Subject Ranking

# 451-500QS Subject Rankings

Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Economics and EconometricsMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Economics and Econometrics

Study Level

Masters

The Lemberg Masters in International Economics and Finance is a two-year (four academic-year semesters) professional degree that integrates high-level conceptual analysis in economics and finance, on the one hand, with practical applications and a global economic perspective, on the other. The degree prepares students for careers in finance, economic policy, consulting, multinational corporations, and international organizations. International Economic Policy and Analysis Group 1 Foundational (4 credits): ECON 213a Applied Econometrics Group 2 Advanced Econometrics (4 credits): ECON/FIN 250a Forecasting in Finance and Economics (4 credits) ECON 261a Empirical Analysis of Trade Policy (4 credits) Group 3 Core Policy (8 credits): ECON 235a Central Banking (4 credits) ECON 236a The Challenge of High Gov’t Debt (4 credits) ECON 270a Economic Development Strategies (4 credits) ECON/FIN 256a Taming Financial Markets (4 credits) FIN 253a Global Financial Institutions: Management and Policy (4 credits) Group 4 Electives (4 credits): BUS 228f Management Communication (2 credits) ECON 122b Economics of the Middle East (4 credits) ECON 176a Health, Hunger, and the Household in Developing Countries (4 credits) ECON 203f Advanced International Macroeconomics: Theory, Evidence, and Policy (2 credits) ECON 252f Economy of China (2 credits) ECON 253a Asia: Center of the World Economy (4 credits) ECON 262f Outsourcing and Off-Shoring (2 credits) ECON 277f Public Policy, Business Leadership and World Affairs: An Insider's Perspective (2 credits) ECON 299a Master's Project ECON 303a Advanced Macroeconomics I (4 credits) ECON 360a International Trade Theory (4 credits) FIN 252f Banking, Central Banking, and the International Finance System (2 credits) Or any course in Groups 2 or 3 not taken to satisfy those requirements MA students may specialize in one or two fields. Current specializations are: Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Business Economics, Data Analytics, International Economic Policy Analysis, Marketing, Real Estate, and Sustainability. This program based on International Economic Policy and Analysis.

Program overview

Main Subject

Economics and Econometrics

Study Level

Masters

The Lemberg Masters in International Economics and Finance is a two-year (four academic-year semesters) professional degree that integrates high-level conceptual analysis in economics and finance, on the one hand, with practical applications and a global economic perspective, on the other. The degree prepares students for careers in finance, economic policy, consulting, multinational corporations, and international organizations. International Economic Policy and Analysis Group 1 Foundational (4 credits): ECON 213a Applied Econometrics Group 2 Advanced Econometrics (4 credits): ECON/FIN 250a Forecasting in Finance and Economics (4 credits) ECON 261a Empirical Analysis of Trade Policy (4 credits) Group 3 Core Policy (8 credits): ECON 235a Central Banking (4 credits) ECON 236a The Challenge of High Gov’t Debt (4 credits) ECON 270a Economic Development Strategies (4 credits) ECON/FIN 256a Taming Financial Markets (4 credits) FIN 253a Global Financial Institutions: Management and Policy (4 credits) Group 4 Electives (4 credits): BUS 228f Management Communication (2 credits) ECON 122b Economics of the Middle East (4 credits) ECON 176a Health, Hunger, and the Household in Developing Countries (4 credits) ECON 203f Advanced International Macroeconomics: Theory, Evidence, and Policy (2 credits) ECON 252f Economy of China (2 credits) ECON 253a Asia: Center of the World Economy (4 credits) ECON 262f Outsourcing and Off-Shoring (2 credits) ECON 277f Public Policy, Business Leadership and World Affairs: An Insider's Perspective (2 credits) ECON 299a Master's Project ECON 303a Advanced Macroeconomics I (4 credits) ECON 360a International Trade Theory (4 credits) FIN 252f Banking, Central Banking, and the International Finance System (2 credits) Or any course in Groups 2 or 3 not taken to satisfy those requirements MA students may specialize in one or two fields. Current specializations are: Asset Management, Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Business Economics, Data Analytics, International Economic Policy Analysis, Marketing, Real Estate, and Sustainability. This program based on International Economic Policy and Analysis.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

7+
Other English Language Requirements:  600 (paper-based TOEFL); 250 (computer-based TOEFL); 68 (PTE).
24 Months
Jan-2000

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