A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
6 Results in Business Economics
The Master of Science in Data Analytics and Business Economics is thoughtfully designed to serve the increasing demand for talents in the area of data analytics and business e ... +
Our MSc Business Economics programme is an integrated course applying economics to the business environment. Designed in consultation with leaders from the business community ... +
KU Leuven's Master of Science in Business Economics emphasizes the acquisition of fundamental knowledge and skills related to the corporate world, international business, stra ... +
The Applied Business Economics Program (ABEP) is a Master's program for young managers who are looking for more than the usual in a graduate business course. ABEP prides itsel ... +
The Master of Business (Professional) program is a valuable step for business people who are looking to change their professional focus. The program provides students with a s ... +
The Strategic Business Economics Program (SBEP) is exclusively for senior executives like you who hold top management positions and who play an active role in formulating and ... +