Applied Economics

Institute of Applied Economics

Effective with the fall 2010 semester, the MS degree in Applied Economics moved into the Department of Economics with plans to revise the degree. After careful review, the decision was made to discontinue the MS degree in Applied Economics.

Applications are no longer accepted, and no additional students will be admitted to this program.

Current students in the Applied Economics MS program will complete their degree based on the guidelines linked below.

If you were interested in the MS in Applied Economics, we encourage you to consider one of the the master’s degrees offered by the Department of Economics. More information is available at

The undergraduate Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) program and courses remain in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service. More information is available online at

Links for Applied Economics MS Students:

Student Guidelines

Guidelines for Writing a Problem-in-Lieu of Thesis

Sample Page, Formatting Information, Etc.

Important information posted on the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies website:

Graduation Information/Deadlines

Thesis & Dissertation Manual