Master in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics (MMES)

Master in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics (MMES)

The structure of our MMES program is nearly identical to that of the first two years of a North American doctoral program in Economics. This is a research oriented program designed for students and mid-careers professionals with a bachelor degree in Mathematics, Statistics or Econometrics. This program offers three sub-fields: Econometric Theory, Econometrics and Applied Economics.

Course Details
Duration2 years (full time)
StartSeptember 2018
  1. Microeconomics I
  2. Macroeconomics I
  3. Econometrics I
  4. Mathematics for Economists
  5. Statistics and Economic Theory
  6. Computing
  7. English
  1. Microeconomics II
  2. Macroeconomics II
  3. Econometrics II (Applied Time Series)
  4. Applied Econometrics (Impact Evaluation)
  5. Economic History
  6. Introduction to Qualitative Data Analysis
  1. International Trade
  2. Behavioral Economics
  3. Development Economics
  4. Political Economy
  5. Topics in Political Economics: Conflicts
  1. Research Design
  2. Thesis Seminar
  3. Internship

Full-time master’s degrees are offered in a two-year timeframe, while part-time degrees are offered in a three-year timeframe. Prior to the start of their studies, students take math and English placement exams and are required to complete preparatory coursework one month before the start of the academic year. Prior to the start of their second year, students must pass a comprehensive examination. All students are required to complete several core classes; they also have a choice of elective courses, and write a thesis in their final semester.

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