Master of Science in Economics with a concentration in Financial Economics or Econometrics
This newly restructured program has two concentrations: financial economics and financial econometrics. The classes for each can be found here.
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Texas A&M University is consistently ranked one of the Best Value Colleges in the country. Academic year 2014-15 tuition and fees for the 12 fall-semester credit hours are $6,206 for residents and $12,854 for non-residents and international students, and $5,283 and $10,269 respectively for the 9 spring-semester credit hours . This includes the $3,000 M.S. in Economics program fee payable in both semesters. Fall and spring living expenses are estimated to be $11,000 to $12,000 total. The summer semester following the first year is open so that students can get an internship, return to their home country if they are international, or take other courses in the university.
TUITION AND HOUSING COSTS
Completing the masters program requires a total of 36-semester credit hours complete in either three or four semesters. Note that tuition and fees may change for the academic year in which you actually enroll. Please refer to http://sbs.tamu.edu for detailed and up-to-date information on tuition and fees.
Bryan/College Station consistently ranks as one of the least expensive cities in the United States in which to live, and several nationwide rankings have listed Bryan/College Station among the best places to live in America. For example, the average 820 square feet apartment rents for an average of $690 per month, $110 less than the average for the State of Texas. The community offers many affordable and pleasant living, dining, and entertainment options and the University offers excellent recreational facilities plus athletic and performing arts events.
For more information or questions regarding the Masters Program – please contact Margaret Lomas Carpenter: E-Mail