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          • Economics

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                The New School for Social Research
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                79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
                New York, NY 10003
                212.229.5600 or 800.523.5411
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                Srishti Yadav

                Department of Economics
                6 East 16th Street, room 1124A
                New York, NY 10003
                Tel: 212.229.5717 x3044
                Fax: 212.229.5724

                Mailing Address
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                New York, NY 10003

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                Mark Setterfield

                Senior Secretary
                Silvina Palacio

                Student Advisor
                Victoria Echeverria

                Economics Student Handbook (PDF)

            • MS in Economics

              The MS in Economics is a 45-credit terminal degree designed for students who wish to study economics in more depth than the MA allows, particularly to develop their research skills in economic modeling and econometrics, without being committed to completing a PhD degree.

              • Degree Master of Science (MS)
              • Credits 45 credits
              • Format Full-time or part-time, on-campus
              • Duration 3 years (full-time)
              • Start Term Fall or Spring

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              The MS in Economics provides a solid grounding in the history and contemporary development of political economic tools and, through education in the contemporary quantitative tools of analysis, extends this training to include a significant part of the PhD analytical core curriculum.

              Entering students work with an individual faculty advisor. This advisor, together with the departmental student advisor, introduces them to the curriculum as a whole and helps them to formulate the program that best suits their interests and needs. 

              STEM Eligibility for International Applicants

              This program is STEM-designated. After graduating, eligible F-1 students in this program can apply for an additional 24 months of Optional Practical Training at the end of their Post-Completion OPT.

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