The Certificate in Quantitative Economic Analysis is designed to develop skills in quantitative and economic analysis to produce professionals who can frame and analyze questions in business, and communicate findings to strengthen decision making. With vast quantities of data becoming more readily available, it is critical that business use the information contained in data to make better decisions. This not only requires the use of data management skills and statistical methods, but also the use of economic decision and business models to structure the data and questions being asked. You will receive practical, hands-on experience using current software and techniques, which will enable you to work more effectively within your current company or to launch you to your next venture.
On successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
Admissions and Certificate Requirements from Seattle University's 2017-2018 Graduate Catalog
Individual courses below may have additional prerequisites. See the Prerequisites table for details.
|Four required courses (12 credits)||Credits|
|ECON 5100: Statistical Applications and Quantitative Methods||3|
|ECON 5107: Quantitative Microeconomic Analysis||3|
|ECON 5300: Applied Econometrics||3|
|IS 5305: Database Management in Business||3|
|Choose one of the following elective courses: (3 credits)||Credits|
|ACCT 5380: Systems Modeling for Financial Decisions||3|
|ECON 5305: Economics and Business Forecasting|
|FINC 5330: Fixed Income Analysis|
|FINC 5335: Hedge Funds|
|MKTG 5305: Marketing Research|
|Or other suitable course based on advisor approval|
Requirement for certificate: 15 credits
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