Gain data analytics skills grounded in economic perspectives.
The M.S. in Applied Economics & Predictive Analytics is ideal for those seeking careers in data analytics, data consulting and forecasting, either in private industry or government. The program, available both on campus and online, gives you the flexibility to continue your career while expanding your abilities.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 2 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn your master's in applied economics?
Applied Economics Master's at UND
Online students pay in-state tuition regardless of where you live. UND offers 13% lower tuition and fees than comparable institutions in the region.
Get a solid foundation by taking courses in Economics and Predictive Analytics, and gain experience working with real-world programs and languages such as STATA, R and Python.
Students and recent grads are eligible for department grants to cover the costs of conferences and research materials.
Many students have a chance to conduct research through the Bureau of Business and Economic Research.
This is a STEM-designated program, meaning that students in the program may be eligible to apply for the North Dakota University System STEM Loan Forgiveness Program.
Graduate students who want to obtain a strong foundation in theoretical economics and business data analytics can apply for UND's flexible and affordable graduate certificate, available on-campus and online.
What can you do with a master's in applied economics?
Master's Applied Economics Course Options
Top Online Master's in Applied Economics
Numerous ranking agencies place UND's Applied Economics program in the Top 5 nationally. We are highly regarded for educational quality, affordability and career outcomes.
Year-after-year, U.S. News recognizes UND graduate programs. It points out our online graduate business programs at UND are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the gold standard of business school accreditation.
Leaders in Economics
Meet Applied Economics student Jessi Jenson and learn about her passion for research in the industry.