Resource Economics

The 4+1 Accelerated MS Degree in Resource Economics is an applied economics program focusing on applied microeconomics. Students take a rigorous set of courses in microeconomic theory and quantitative methods, including advanced statistical theory and econometrics. Students take three graduate courses prior to the “plus-one” year. Those courses might include our microeconomic theory sequence or our statistics and econometrics sequence. Students focus on an applied field in their “plus-one” year (environmental, industrial organization, behavioral economics, or a field supported by courses in economics) and additional quantitative methods.

  1. an online application form
  2. two letters of recommendation
  3. two copies of official transcripts of all previous college work (undergraduate and any graduate work)
  4. Official scores of the Graduate Record Examination(GRE)
  5. a personal statement that outlines your goals for graduate study (1-3 pages)
  6. deadline: February 1

Ready to apply? Visit the UMass Graduate School for details related to admissions requirements, the application process, deadlines, transcript requests and more. We welcome your inquiries.

Interested in 4+1 programs outside of SBS, visit this UMass Graduate School website page.

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