Atlantic Research Group
The Atlantic Research Group on Economics of Immigration, Aging and Diversity provides a platform to researchers, policymakers, policy practitioners and business organizations to exchange ideas and conduct research.
The Master of Applied Economics (MAE) emphasizes the application of economic theory and econometric analysis to practical issues relevant to a range of fields, including:
The first of its kind in Atlantic Canada, the Sobey MAE’s focus on policy issues distinguishes it from a traditional, more theoretical Master’s program in economics.
The Master of Applied Economics is a 12-month program, but is flexible to meet your needs. As a working professional, you may wish to attend part-time.
Students must successfully complete
Electives will build on the Department’s applied research strength in wider areas such as human resources, immigration, gender, and cooperatives management.
Required credits (3 credit hours each):
In addition, students must complete 3 electives taken from the following (3 credit hours each):