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  1. I am about to be a junior this Fall and currently have a 2.6 GPA right now. I also don't go to a very popular college and it's located in the city. I have low grades and I am thinking about either getting into a masters program for applied statistics or maybe applied math. However, I might have no chance because I got a few C grades in my early math classes and I had to withdraw from Calculus 1 twice. I am also interested in economics and I have a B and B- in the first two economics classes so far. I understand that I screwed up bad but I am thinking about changing my life around. I have a tot
  2. Hi guys, Just wondering. I applied to UMD College Park's MS Applied Econ on Feb 8th for the Fall 2021 term. I received a recommendation via email from the department early March and they said I should expect to hear from the Grad school in 1-2 weeks (counting from March 7th). Did anyone in this program got results/decisions yet? or Any of you applying to Masters go results yet? It's still 'Under grad school review' on the portal. Thank you.
  3. Hi everyone, I'm interested in the online Master of Science degree in Applied Economics at the University of North Dakota. I currently live in North Dakota, and am curious if anyone has been in this program or knows anything more about it that can't be gleaned from the program website. Thanks.
  4. Hello. Cynics preferred, be honest, hold nothing back. I want to study economics, stats, computational finance or something similar and hopefully connected to data science or predictive analytics. I’m graduating a year early, for what it’s worth. I want to offset the year I’m graduating by getting a better school appended to my name so I have some good long-term CEO potential. Honestly, I’m considering so many options because I’m desperate to get a better school attached to my name. I’ll be entirely up-front about that. I’ve gone to a shit undergrad school because I became homel
  5. Hello! I'm looking to get myself ready to apply an Econ or Applied Econ Masters program for Fall of 2019. The goal of this is 1. to make myself competitive for at least a T100 Econ PhD program, and 2. To enable me to move into a career in policy if I decide I'm not cut out for the PhD route. Being 2 years out of grad school in kind of a dead end job though, I'm struggling to see what I can do to make up for some deficiencies in my undergrad. I'm desperate to switch careers to a subject I've been passionate about my whole life, so I'm hoping somebody here can help me. My full background info is
  6. Hi all, As the decision making date is approaching, I am becoming ever so anxious. I have received admission offer from JHU (MS in Applied Economics), Umich (MAE) and University of Wisconsin, Madison(MA in Economics). I am unable to make my selection. I understand there's much debate and controversy over JHU program, but being in DC does indicate much better internship opportunity. Besides, words out saying that this program is going to be a STEM program in the coming fall. Umich, on the other hand, has a good reputation for its economics department for a long time. But it seems that the
  7. What are your thoughts on Georgetown Masters in Applied Economics program. I plan on applying to the program but have so reservation about the program. Firstly, the lack of information about the program concerns me. On the university's website all you can find is generic information on the program. The career page is non existent and there isn't even a detailed description of the courses offered. I tried a LinkedIn search for alum which was unfruitful. I tried emailing the director of the program and only got the same generic response. Its as if the university does not care about the prog
  8. I was accepted to the Agricultural and Applied Economics program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, but I can't seem to find too much information about the reputation of the terminal MS program. The website is a little outdated on the jobs page, I know PhD graduates from the school and their jobs are not listed. Does anyone know about their program? I received a full ride, but I am not interested in pursuing a Ph.D and it looks like most people who graduate from the MS program go into a Ph.D program or work for agricultural institutions. My background is in economics and in
  9. Hello there.I’m an undergrad Econ, with a minor in math. I want to do PhD in econ, but I prefer solving practical, daily econ issues, rather than staying in my office all day to build new formula and stuff, thus I want to do PhD in applied econ. Can anyone enlighten me? I have several questions:1/ Does admissions for PhD applied econ require the same math courses and intensity as PhD econ does?2/ is phd applied econ admission less/same competitive as pure phd econ?3/ what’s a successful file of a person who gets into a good (top 50 and above) phd applied econ? Any masters? Research exp? publi
  10. I got an admission mail to the graduate program in Applied Economics a couple of weeks ago. In this mail they said that if I intend to enroll, I must complete the Enrollment Form in the Apply Yourself online admissions system but I can’t find it. Does anyone have the same problem or know what to do? Thanks!
  11. Well hello everybody, This is my first post, and I hope you guys can help me out. I am currently completing a masters degree in history, and if everything goes well I will be done this May. Now, I don't want to apply to a PhD program. I would much rather gain a new set of skills in order to increase my future opportunities. I have been thinking about economics for a couple of years now, and I think that a second masters will complement the one I am working on now quite nicely. As I can't possibly see myself pursuing a doctorate; I am interested in a terminal degree. I ran across a new
  12. April 15th is approaching and I still have a hard time deciding between MA in Econ at NYU and MA in Applied Econ at G-TOWN. Please help me out! Any advice would be appreciated. I am an international student with a bachelor degree from the U.S. in International Relations and Economics. The program at NYU has been known for a long time, but the one at G-TOWN is a new program opened last year. Financially speaking, I prefer G-TOWN since the program there is shorter and less expensive. I plan to work for international institutions or in the field of international consulting in the future. Wh
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