College of Business Administration
Moffitt Cancer Center
Tampa, FL 33620
M.A. - Economics;, Ph.D. - Business Administration Economics Concentration
All three approaches involve preparation in economic theory and quantitative methods. Students preparing for professional careers in business or government choose their elective courses from applied courses in public economics, law and economics, government regulation, international economics, labor economics, and urban and regional economics. Students preparing for doctoral studies select additional courses in economic theory, mathematics, and econometrics.
Admission Requirements: Minimum criteria -- Applicant must score 1000 or higher on the GRE or 500 or higher on the GMAT. GPA of 3.0 (B) or better in all upper division undergraduate work.
Applicants with a minimal background in economics and statistics may be required to take prerequisite courses in addition to the required 30 hours in graduate credits.
The primary requisites for success in graduate study in economics are strong motivation, aptitude and basic intellectual ability. An undergraduate major in economics is not required, but a sound background in economic theory, mathematics, and statistics normally will permit completion of the Masters' program in one year.
Application Deadlines are as follows: Fall: July 1; and Spring: November 1.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 40,000+