Senior Thesis | Department of Economics
Research Proposal Master Thesis Economics
Admission is organized at the Institute level. Interested students are kindly asked to follow the General Admission Procedure to the Institute's programs. In addition to the general admission conditions, the Economics department requires applicants to the Master and PhD program to take the GRE test (school code: 2258; department code: 1901).
Master of Economics - Wikipedia
Conditional on being admitted, the answer is "yes". Perhaps the simplest manner of doing so is through our “fast track” option. MIS students interested in one of the two PhD programs can apply in their third semester. They will then follow doctoral classes in the fourth semester. When accepted, the fourth semester of their MIS will become the first semester of the PhD program. Students will submit a dissertation proposal by the end of their fifth semester at the Institute, with a successful proposal granting them a Master degree. More details on the PhD program are found on the PhD page. If the PhD application proves unsuccessful, students will simply finish the MIS program in the standard timeframe.
Thesis Topics | List Of PhD & Masters Thesis Topics
Our selection process is highly competitive. Each year, we have the good fortune of examining a pool of extremely talented individuals from all over the world. A successful candidate to the MIS program usually satisfy three prerequisites. First, she/he has followed undergraduate economics classes and is familiar with the main concepts of the discipline. Second, she/he has a solid mathematical background and is thus comfortable with the technical aspects of economics. Third, she/he has excellent GRE scores, very good grades and highly supportive letters of recommendation.
Masters Economics Thesis Proposal
The credit requirements are for 90 credits (ECTS) from classes: 36 from the six core classes, between 30 and 42 credits from electives in economics, and between 12 and 24 credits from electives outside economics, plus 30 credits for the thesis, for a grand total of 120 credits.