When we hear news reports about monetary policy, GDP, job reports, consumer spending, etc., we think about economics. While these are all important elements of economics, they don’t tell the whole story. By considering economics vs. applied economics, we begin to see its broad scope in society, as well as in our daily lives. Economics [...]
The Master's in Applied Economics Fall Cohort at Boston College is diverse in both professional and real-world experience.
BC's MS in Applied Economics program convened with four prominent economists and faculty members to discuss the global economic impact of COVID-19.
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Getting a second master's degree is becoming a more common practice. Read here about the advantages a second master’s can provide.
Graduate Econ students from Boston College partnered with UNICEF Italy to practice what they’ve learned while helping UNICEF evaluate marketing decisions.
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The demand for healthcare economists is growing as the healthcare industry in general expands. Learn more about how an economics degree can prepare you.
Professionals who earn an applied economics degree position themselves as top candidates for some of the best jobs in economics.
Whether you are just getting started in your career or are a seasoned professional aiming for a C-suite job, a master’s degree in applied economics offers important advantages. The degree program is designed to develop “T-shaped professionals:” those professionals with sophisticated technical skills and soft skills, both of which are fundamental for success in solving [...]