Brian T. O'Neill, founder of Designing for Analytics will be the featured speaker at the Boston College Spring 2020 MSAE Welcome Back Event on January 23rd in Walsh Hall, Room 131.
Trade Wars? Market Turbulence? Prominent Economists Discuss Forecasts for 2020 and Beyond in this Live Webinar
Three prominent economists and faculty in the Master’s of Science in Applied Economics program at Boston College gathered on December 19, 2019, to discuss economic forecasts for 2020.
Raytheon & United Technologies are merging and moving to Boston, creating opportunities for STEM professionals and graduates ready for data analytics jobs.
Curious as to what kind of applied economics degree jobs there are? Read here what kind of jobs and demand there is for Economists with a masters degree.
If you're interested in big data, Boston is the place for you. Boston has higher demand than supply of experts in big data. Read more about it now!
Professionals who earn an applied economics degree position themselves as top candidates for some of the best jobs in economics.
Are you interested in a career in Big Data and AI? Checkout this webinar & article presented by BC and the IIBA on how to advance in Big Data and AI.
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 [...]
Dr. Michael Finegold addressed how students in the MSAE program can future-proof their careers and stand out as professionals in the field of data science.
If you happen to be a tourist in Turkey right now, consider yourself lucky. Otherwise, things look grim. A look at how its economy is vulnerable.
Ethics play an important role in applied economics and public policy. Students who combine ethics with a public policy degree are ready for the future.
Successful Boston College Masters of Science in Applied Economics and Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics program expanding online to address global talent shortage.