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Master of Arts in Behavioral Economics
The Master of Arts in Behavioral Economics (MABE) is 40 credit hours in total and includes classwork in: consulting, social, cognitive and consumer psychology, statistics, public policy, economics and finance, and game theory. Faculty will lead students in online discussions, group activities, quizzes, and reflective writing assignments. Classes will be held online in 7 week terms. The MABE program is designed for working adults interested in psychological perspectives of human decision making, risk assessment, and consumer behavior. This program provides students an alternative to the traditional M.B.A by offering a curriculum with a foundation in advanced psychology that addresses broader business applications to decision making, negotiation, marketing, and consumer behavior. The MABE program is a unique program that utilizes a competency-based model grounded in: consumer, social, cognitive and consulting psychology and political science and infuses multicultural perspectives from a diversity of market audiences. The curriculum integrates elements of economics and financial literacy including: consumer psychology, public policy, and theories of decision-making to generate a richer understanding of human behavior. Graduates are prepared to deliver outstanding professional services, perform research,, excel as leaders and policy advisors, and to sensitively and inclusively serve diverse populations in business, marketing, and politics.
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Specialized Institution—Other
Loans Offered: Federal Financial Aid available to those who qualify.
Locale: Large City