MS in Applied Economics
Regular fees: 48660 USD
Healthcare. Finance. Foreign policy. Any sector related to national and global markets depends on the analytical skills of an economist. We can’t make informed, important decisions without their expertise.
Part business, part social science, economics is an incredibly broad field with more career opportunities than most people first realize. Economists can work in state and federal government, in research and development, and in finance and insurance—and it’s a field in high demand. The U.S. Department of Labor expects demand to increase faster than the average occupation through 2028.
With its range of electives, the Johns Hopkins MS in Applied Economics gives you the flexibility to design a degree plan that fits your professional goals and economic interests, such as:
- Environmental economics
- Financial economics
- Health economics
- International economics and development
- Spatial economics
- Public policy
You’ll gain plenty of practical experience in quantitative methods, and you will explore emerging areas like machine learning.
Advance Your Career and Grow Your Network
This economics master’s degree program at Johns Hopkins brings together those looking to enter the field and professionals from around D.C. and beyond who are looking to advance, expand, or change their careers.
Our students have undergraduate degrees in a range of fields, and they work for government agencies, congressional committees, international lending institutions, trade associations, think tanks, and private businesses of all kinds.
Study on Your Terms
Your career keeps you busy, and we designed our graduate program with that in mind. We offer courses online and on-campus, and you can attend school on a full- or part-time basis.
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