The Department of Economics at Eastern Michigan University has about 50 to 75 graduate students who come from a variety of countries and regions of the world: China, Egypt, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Middle East, Taiwan, Thailand, and the U.S. Class sizes are relatively small (15 to 20 students). Given the diversity of our students and faculty; students are exposed to a great variety of economic conditions, problems, and government policies.
The department offers several graduate programs:
- Master of Arts in Economics (ECN)
- Master of Arts in Applied Econometrics (APEC)
- Master of Arts in International Economics and Development (ECNI)
- Master of Arts in Health Economics (ECNH)
- Master of Arts in Trade and Economic Development (TRDV)
- Graduate Certificate in Medical Economics (CMECN)
These programs are designed to accommodate students with varied backgrounds and needs, and offer sufficient flexibility to meet the career objectives of students with various interests. The programs prepare students for careers in business, finance, industry, and government services. They also provide training for students who intend to pursue the study of economics at the (Ph.D. levels). Together programs can accommodate these students with undergraduate backgrounds in fields ranging from mathematics and engineering, economics and business, to political science, public administration, and liberal arts.
- Economics [M.A.]
- Applied Econometrics [M.A.]
- International Economics and Development [M.A.]
- Health Economics [M.A.]
- Trade and Development [M.A.]
To provide graduate students with financial assistance and practical training during their degree work, and to provide faculty with assistance in grading and research. For more information visit the Graduate Assistance page or the following: