Students wishing to persue a Ph.D. in economics, finance and related fields should take, at a minimum, two courses in calculus and one in linear algebra. The better MBA programs require at least on semester of calculus. Graduate departments vary widely, so you should discuss your goals with your advisor and as many other faculty members as possible.
Our department's MBA advisor is Dr Ted Byrley.
For information on our MA in Applied Economics, please click here.
Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the world – Maintained by Christian Zimmermann, University of Connecticut, formerly of Univ. du Québec à Montréal
Economics Departments with Ph.D. Programs in the United States and Canada. - Maintained by the SUNY - Albany Department of Economics
Economics Departments outside the U.S. – Maintained by David Giles, Univ. of Victoria.
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