The Master of Science in Economics program at Northeastern University in Seattle provides a solid foundation in economic theory, quantitative methods, and policy. It prepares students for multi-industry career opportunities or as a stepping stone to a PhD program.
Learn from Industry Experts
Northeastern professors and lecturers who teach in the Economics program represent some of the top experts in their field. Plus, a lot of our faculty hold influential positions and working relationships in some of the leading tech companies in and around the Northeastern campus regions and throughout the world.
Featured Faculty: Seattle Campus
Professor of Economics
Jun Ma’s primary research areas are macroeconomics and international finance, financial economics, applied time series econometrics, and Chinese economy. He has published articles on journals such as Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of International Economics, and Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. Jun Ma obtained his BA in economics from Nanjing University (China) in 2001 and his PhD in economics from University of Washington (Seattle) in 2007.
What our Students Say
I wanted to enter into a program that focuses on applying my knowledge in real world settings. While researching master’s programs, I found that a regular master’s was often seen to be the consolation prize for a doctorate in economics. However an applied degree takes the skills that I learn and allows me to see how they would be used in the real world.
-Zachary Nielsen, MS in Economics
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