Commerce and Economic Development
College of Professional Studies

Commerce and Economic Development Overview

Program Name Master of Science in Commerce and Economic Development
College Name College of Professional Studies
Entry Terms Winter: January 11, 2016
Spring: April 11, 2016
Credits Required for Graduation 45 Quarter Hours
Tuition 2015-2016 Tuition
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In 2016, the Seattle graduate campus will offer this program in on-ground and online format. Learn more about on-ground class frequency.

Designed for mid-career professionals and individuals interested in economic development, commerce, or international trade—the Master of Science in Commerce and Economic Development provides a foundation in the financial, regulatory, and economic environments and institutions that affect the global economy and international trade.

Core curriculum within this master’s degree program covers micro- and macroeconomic theory, applied mathematics and statics, and economic development theory. Beyond the program’s core courses, students may select elective courses covering areas such as law, the environment, ecommerce, and culture as they relate to economics.

Integrating economics, leadership, institutional organization, technology, and public policy, this master’s degree is delivered in online and hybrid formats, allowing you to maintain work and life commitments while attending school.