Master of Science in Economics (MSE)
Learning Goals and Objectives
MSE learning objectives can be viewed by clicking on the learning goals listed below.
L1.1 Students will demonstrate a mastery of microeconomic theory.
L1.2 Students will demonstrate a mastery of macroeconomic theory.
L2.1 Students will demonstrate relevant mathematical and statistical skills generally applied in applied econometric analysis.
L3.1 Students will demonstrate functionality with the programming languages SAS, R, C++, or Python.
L3.2 Students will demonstrate functionality with finding and utilizing appropriate data sets.
L3.3 Students will conduct meaningful research under the direction of department faculty.
After the development of the Huntsman School's principal goals and objectives, an extensive mapping process was conducted in order to link the objectives to specific departments, classes, and programs. For every goal and subsequent objective, the School is always aware of what class is principally charged with assessing student development in the respective area. A complete outline of this mapping is coming soon...
|Master of Science in Economics|
|L1: Students will develop a rigorous understanding of modern economics.||L2: Students will be able to apply appropriate analytical techniques in economic analysis.||L3: Students will develop the technical skills commonly applied in economic analysis.|
|Course||Objective 1||Objective 2||Objective 1||Objective 1||Objective 2||Objective 3|
|(H) High focus in this course, (M) medium focus in this course, (L) low focus in this course.|
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