Master of Science in Economics
The Department of Economics and Finance offers a Master of Science degree in economics. This degree provides students with the opportunity for specialization in areas within economics and for
Students in this degree program can choose between the 30 credit option, which requires completion of a thesis project, and the 36 credit hour option, which includes a concentration in finance and does not require completion of a thesis project.
A large number of MS Economics courses are conveniently scheduled during evening hours and on Saturdays.
BBA Economics students who are interested in pursuing an MS Economics degree may, if eligible, apply for admission to the Fast Track program. Students admitted to the Fast Track program are allowed to take up to 12 credit hours of approved graduate courses that count dually toward the BBA Economics degree requirements and the MS Economics degree requirements.
NEW! MS in Economics with Finance Option
The UTEP MS in
For more information about the MS in Economics with
Dr. Jim Holcomb
MS Economics Academic Advisor
Business Room 240