Hybrid Economics Graduate Programs combine the flexibility of online courses with the interactive aspect of college campus courses. Busy professionals seeking to advance their education by earning an Economics degree might find this a convenient way to update credentials, and potentially prepare them for career advancement.
An Economics program investigates quantitative techniques, and the application of theory to modern economic problems. Many programs emphasize the application of original research skills, as well as offer courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics and research methodology.
Some of the more common foundational courses in hybrid economics graduate programs might include:
- Public Policy
- Financial Economics
- International Economic Development
- Environmental Economics
- Health Economics