The Economics program of Tuskegee University seeks to provide our students with a clear understanding of the basic principles of economic theory and policy, and to train them in the utilization of mathematics, statistics and modern technology as tools of economic analysis. It is also designed to provide our economics majors with some basic knowledge in a selected area of specialized fields, such as accounting, management, finance, sales and marketing, hospitality management, and management information science.
The Economics Program has developed the following specific goals and objectives for student learning in the department:
- Students of economics will be able to apply economic theory to understand economic issues and policies.
- Students of economics will be able to evaluate evidence bearing on those economic issues and policies.
- Students of economics will be able to communicate effectively the results of their economic analysis.
The Economics program will fulfill its mission by:
- Conducting research that leads to publications in quality scholarly journals.
- Providing a thorough and meaningful education in economics to undergraduate students of the University - both those with majors in the Department and those from other programs.
- Advancing the knowledge and skills of graduate students, both from the departmental graduate programs and from other graduate programs of the University, by conducting advanced seminars and supervising students' research programs.
- Promoting the understanding of human behavior by conducting applied economic policy analysis for local, state, and national governments.
- Providing service to promote the research and service needs of the profession.
Student Learning Goals
- Students should master modern microeconomics and macroeconomics.
- Students should acquire expertise in at least one other substantive area of economics (e.g., law and economics, public choice, monetary economics).
- Students should be able to apply economic analysis to contemporary public policy issues.
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- Mathematical Economics
- Economic Development
- 48 months
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- Submit your Admissions Application
- Submit your $35 non-refundable application fee
- Submit your official high school, college, and/or university transcripts to World Education Services (WES) or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) for evaluation; a course-by-coures and grade point average evaluation is required. Students are required to pay the processing fees to WES or ECE. Evaluated transcripts should be mailed directly to Tuskegee University from WES or ECE.
- If applicable, submit your official transcript(s) from all U.S. colleges and/or universities attended.
- Submit your official test scores from the IELTS or TOEFL
- Submit a Financial Affidavit of support and supporting bank letter.
- Submit your SAT 1 or ACT test scores
- If applicable, submit results of an English as a Second Language (ESOL) Program from all U.S. Colleges or Universities attended.
International19594 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9797 USD per semester during 48 months.
National19594 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 9797 USD per semester during 48 months.
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