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Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance - Business Economics

Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance - Business Economics

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  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 24 months
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. Business Economics Group 1 Foundational – both are required (8 credits): ECON 207a Managerial Economics ECON 213a Applied Econometrics (4 credits) Group 2 Econometrics (4 credits): BUS 211f Analyzing Big Data I (2 credits) BUS 212f Analyzing Big Data II (2 credits) ECON 261a Empirical Analysis of Trade Policy (4 credits) ECON 311a Advanced Econometrics I (4 credits) ECON/FIN 250a Forecasting in Finance and Economics (4 credits) Group 3 Electives (8 credits): ECON 135a Industrial Organization (4 credits) ECON 141b Economics of Innovation (4 credits) ECON 181a Game Theory and Economic Applications (4 credits) ECON 217f Game Theory and Business Strategy (2 credits) ECON 235a Central Banking (4 credits) ECON 236a The Challenge of High Government Debt: Causes, Consequences and Options (4 credits) ECON 262f Outsourcing and Off-Shoring (2 credits) ECON 299a Master's Project (4 credits) ECON 301a Advanced Microeconomics (4 credits) BUS 228f Management Communication (2 credits) BUS 253a Marketing Research: Design and Analysis (4 credits) FIN 213a Intermediate Financial Accounting (4 credits) FIN 247a Transfer Pricing Theory and Practice (4 credits) FIN 252f Banking, Central Banking, and the International Finance System (2 credits) FIN 253a Global Financial Institutions: Mgmt & Policy (4 credits) Or any course in Group 2 not taken to satisfy that requirement 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 Business Economics.