Dual/Accelerated BA to MA in Economics and Quantitative Analysis


To be admitted into the program students must have a minimum 3.330 overall WSU GPA and have received a grade of B+ or better in each of the following courses:

  • ECON 231 Introductory Business Statistics (or equivalent)
  • A course in calculus
  • ECON 301 Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • ECON 302 Intermediate Microeconomics

Program Requirements 

Students can use up to 9 credit hours to jointly meet the requirements of both the bachelors and masters in economics. These courses can be selected from the master’s core courses or others approved by the department’s graduate coordinator. Where courses specify different requirements for graduate and undergraduate students (500–699), the student must meet the requirements for graduate students to apply the course to graduate credit. Specifically excluded courses are  ECON 781 Cooperative Education, ECON 750_ Workshop in Economics,  ECON 811 Analysis of Macro-Economic TheoryECON 812 Analysis of Micro-Economic Theory, and  ECON 893 Research Project.