The Monday, March 21 Washington Post Guide to Graduate Education's lead story, "A higher degree of learning, with flexibility in mind" features our Master of Professional Studies in Applied Economics among the region's most notable programs.
Quoted in the article is the program's Director: “Some students have asked if our degree is less marketable than a master of arts or a master of science,” said John Straub, program director. “The employment rate for our 2015 graduates is virtually 100 percent.”
Straub said the list of employers for Maryland’s class of 2015 includes private consulting firms such as KPMG, government agencies such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and NGOs such as the Inter-American Development Bank."
Read the online version early here.