Master of Science in Economic Analytics
The digital revolution ignited an explosion of data. The availability of data is no
longer a constraint to answering important questions.
The critical constraint is now the ability to analyze, digest, visualize, and ultimately harness the data to drive decision making in business, science, and society.
The Master of Science in Economic Analytics is an intensive 10-month program that will guide students through economic modeling and theory to computational practice and cutting-edge tools, providing a thorough training in descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics.
Just the Facts: Master of Science in Economic Analytics
This two-semester program begins in August and ends in May. (one academic year)
New cohorts begin each Fall Semester for this degree program.
Do I Qualify to Enroll?
Complete your undergraduate degree and meet additional requirements. View Requirements
GMAT or GRE
Students may be eligible for a GMAT/GRE test waiver with a 3.2 undergraduate GPA or 3 years of professional work experience. Please review our master's admissions policies.
International applicants: February 15
Priority (domestic applicants): April 15
Final (domestic applicants): July 1
Total Program Cost
Additional tuition costs applied for out-of-state and international students.
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Paying for College
View a listing of current Master of Science in Economic Analytics Students.
This graduate degree is a STEM designated program.
4+1 Degree Option
The 4+1 Master of Economic Analytics program option will allow well-prepared undergraduate students to begin graduate courses during the last year of their undergraduate studies.
WHO: Walton students with a 3.2 undergraduate GPA.
WHAT: Early consideration for a graduate program and possible dual credit for 2 degrees.
WHEN: Apply by February 15 in Spring of your second-to-last undergraduate year.
WHY: Save time and potentially money!
How can I apply for the 4+1 degree option?
Students interested in the 4+1 Master of Economic Analytics program will require additional guidance and advising.
Raja Kali, Chair for the Department of Economics, sits down with Dean Matt Waller to discuss the Master of Science in Economic Analytics program and how incoming students stand to benefit.