Masters in applied economics in Florida state university
The Economics major is a superior general education program that strives to make students aware of the critical issues in economics, to provide them with a basic understanding of the tools needed to analyze those issues and to prepare them for (a) entry-level positions in financial, managerial and administrative areas of the public and private sector, or (b) entry into graduate and professional schools of law, business, economics, and social sciences. Among the topics covered by the curriculum are the theory of markets and the price system, the organization of industries, labor supply and its uses, the commercial banking and credit system, government finance, the national income and its production and distribution, economic growth and development, and international trade and finance.
Certified copy of all transcript(s), diploma(s), and/or degree certificate(s), A personal statement, Resume or Writing Sample, Letters of recommendation, Test scores: GRE, GMAT, Internet based TOEFL (IBTOEFL): 80, Paper based TOEFL (TOEFL): 550, International English Language Testing System (IELTS): 6.5, Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB): 77, Pearson Test of English (PTE): 55, Verification of Financial resources.
Accounting advising services, Advertising, Banking, Brand/product management, Business development and management, Economic advising, Marketing, Real Estate, Sales, Statistical analysis and research
Masters In Applied Economics is a selfcontained program giving the student valuable skills as an applied economist. A variety of interdisciplinary programs are available, including demography, gerontology, economics of education, law and economics, urban economics, and economic policy and government. Specialties in other fields outside the department, particularly statistics, finance, and other areas in the social sciences, are also available.
Online Application with a Statement Of Purpose, Resume/C.V, Two Letters of Recommendation, Official Transcripts, Minimum 3.0 GPA.
Agricultural manager, Budget analyst, Economics professor, Financial manager, Mathematician, Program analyst, Purchasing manager, Research analyst and director, Statistician, Transportation manager