MS Economics - The Master of Economics is a postgraduate master's degree in economics comprising training in economic theory, econometrics and/or applied economics. The degree may be offered as a terminal degree or as additional preparation for doctoral study, and is sometimes offered as a professional degree. The program emphases and curricula will differ correspondingly. Many universities do not offer the master's degree directly; rather, the degree is routinely awarded as a master's degree "en route", after completion of a designated phase of the Ph.D. program in economics. The course of study for the master's degree lasts from one to two years. A thesis is often required, particularly for terminal degrees.
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