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Online MS Economics Class Profile

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GLOBAL CLASS PROFILE

DOMESTIC

39
states

INTERNATIONAL

16
countries
 

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

"Krannert isn’t just a school. It’s a family. Professors want you to succeed and learn, and other students are always there to help support you along your journey. We are all in this together, and we all want to help each other.”

SYDNEY KEENAN
MS ECONMICS '21

Research Assistant
Federal Reserve Board
Washington D.C.

 

UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS

  • Mathematics
  • Business
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering/Tech
  • Electronics and Communication
  • Life Sciences
  • Computer Science
  • Industrial Design
  • Statistics
  • Decision Sciences and Analytics
  • Biotechnology
  • Actuarial Science
  • Avionics
  • Chemistry
  • Political Science
  • Supply Chain
  • English
  • Psychology
 

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

"Purdue University’s MS Business Analytics and Information Management program equips students to leverage data to help businesses make better-informed decisions. We teach aspiring data professionals to effectively use the latest methodologies, processes, and technologies to bring value to organizations. Students should be prepared to contribute in group dynamics with high performing peers.”

MATTHEW LANHAM

Clinical Assistant Professor of Management, Quantitative Methods

 

UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTIONS

  • Indiana University
  • Ohio State University
  • Purdue University
  • University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
  • University of Massachusetts
  • San Jose University
  • University of Denver
  • Penn State University
  • University of Texas, Austin
  • Utah State University
  • SUNY at Stony Brook
  • University of Delhi
  • University of Western Ontario
  • National Tsing Hua University
  • Saint Petersburg State University
  • University of Jordan
  • University of Calcutta
  • National Taiwan University
  • And many more...
 

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

"The community plays an important role in the development. Krannert is like a family. I had a son in the second year of the program. Everyone, my adviser, faculty, program office, were very considerate of the challenges I faced at that time. The community feeling also helps with approaching faculty with different research ideas.“

SAMEER BORWANKAR
MS ECONOMICS '20
MBA '12, PhD '22

Senior Business Analyst
Amazon
Seattle, WA

 

Successful Student Attributes

True Grit

Krannert students unlock their full potential during their academic journey. Challenges reveal the mettle of a Boilermaker. Our students are tenacious and can be relied upon to see a job through, all while balancing their studies, work, and family life.

Pioneering Spirit

At the heart of Purdue University is a passion for discovery, fueled by an entrepreneurial spirit. Krannert students blaze their own paths, never settling for the status quo.

Initiative

We look ahead and forever move forward. Krannert master’s students apply classroom learning and newly developed skills to their professional development plan and their workplace, creating value for themselves and their companies long before graduation.

The "It" Factor

Moxie? Check. Magnetism? Check. Charisma that demands attention? Check.

Enriching Contributor

Krannert students enrich the school and their cohort, elevating the learning experience for all. Here, diversity transcends ethnicity or gender into realms of thought, industry, and academic background.

Emotional Intelligence

Krannert students unlock their full potential during their academic journey. Challenges reveal the mettle of a Boilermaker. Our students are tenacious and can be relied upon to see a job through, all while balancing their studies, work, and family life.

True Grit

Great leaders communicate effectively and with great empathy. Krannert students are great leaders in training who learn to manage themselves and their relationships with self and social awareness, upping their Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EIQ).

Problem-Solving Skills

At Krannert we roll up our sleeves and dig deep into a problem. Success requires us to approach questions from a variety of angles, combining a solid academic foundation with a flair for the creative. And we are successful.