||Faculty of Arts
|Field of Study:
||The foundation of the MA program is a core of courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics and quantitative methods. Our MA program places special emphasis on the problems of regional economies. Therefore, courses in regional economic development, transportation, forestry, fisheries, environment, industrial organization and applied econometrics are regularly offered.
||Economics (M.A.) at University of New Brunswick - School of Graduate Studies
|Areas of Research:
||Regional Development; Micro/Industrial Organization; Micro/Labour Economics; Macro/Labour Economics; Natural Resource Economics; Environmental Economics; Economics of Transportation; Epidemiology and Population Health; The Teaching of Economics; Public Economics; Health Economics.
Students with the necessary background in economic theory and quantitative methods (e.g. BA, honours Economics) may complete degree requirements in one calendar year. An acceptable background would consist of undergraduate courses in statistics, mathematics and mathematical economics, macroeconomic theory, and microeconomic theory at an advanced undergraduate level. Students without this background must make up their deficiencies before enrolling in graduate courses.
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- GRE or TOEFL (TWE) [min. 4] or TOEFL (PBT) [min. 580]
|Additional Admission Requirements:
UNB School of Graduate Studies Application (PFD)
Transcripts from all universities previously attended
Graduate Record of Examination (GRE)
TOEFL scores (for international students whos first language is not English)
Three Confidential Reference for Admission (at least two of which must be academic who are familiar with your work).
An Application fee ($50.00) must be submitted in the form of a cheque or money order (or international money order for all international students) in Canadian or US funds and drawn on any Canadian Chartered Bank or Bank of America. In order for your application to be processed, the application fee must be included in your application submission. Please make a cheque payable to the University of New Brunswick.
Program Last Updated: Sep 6, 2010