Programs:

Economic Policy

Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Economics

Explaining, and analyzing the relationships of, economic phenomena at the individual and economy-wide levels that affect the allocation of resources and the distribution of well-being using economic theory and quantitative methods.

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Degree Details

Master of Arts (M.A.)

A unique one-year program providing graduate-level training in economics with an emphasis on building the skill set for empirical economic policy analysis and program evaluation.

Areas of Research

In addition to policy-orientated required courses in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics and the Economic Policy Analysis courses, students may also take some electives offered in the MA in Economics program.

Length:
1 year
Required Credential:
Honour's bachelor in Economics
Typical Entry:
September
Typical Deadline:
January 30th