Degree Programs Masters
Degree Programs Interdisciplinary
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The Department's degree programs include a B.A. in Economics, a M.A. in Economics, and a Interdisciplinary Ph.D.
degree. All degree programs are offered in both day and evening formats.
The Department also participates in the PACE
program of adult education, offering emphasis area degrees in human resource
and commercial economics.
The UMKC Department of Economics faculty have a wide range of interests,
including macroeconomics, microeconomics, public finance, economic development,
labor economics, quantitative economics (statistics and econometrics),
forensic economics, comparative systems, money and banking, and others.
The department prides itself on presenting a wide range of philosophical
thought, such as institutional (evolutionary) and post-Keynesian economics.
The faculty has published in international, national, and regional journals
of note. They regularly present formal papers at regional, national, and
Graduate assistantships and doctoral fellowships are available through
the Department of Economics. These include Kemper Doctoral Fellowships,
Minority Doctoral Fellowships, and Minority Masterís Fellowships. Other
types of financial aid are available through the Financial
Aid and Scholarships Office, or the International
Student Affairs Office. Various types of financial aid are listed in
the Universityís General
For further information,
contact the UMKC Department of Economics, (816) 235-1314. Or e-mail us,
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