College of Business > Academics > Department of Economics > Graduate Programs > Research Fellowship
Students in the MS-Economics and Policy Analysis program will have the opportunity to participate in a Research Fellowship during which students will work full time on Capitol Hill or some other executive branch, independent agency or not-for-profit, or corporation. Students will be immersed in analysis, research and policy making.
Students will also have a unique opportunity to develop an extensive network. In order to be eligible for the fellowship, students must have earned a course grade of B or better in ECO 505, ECO 506 and ECO 507 (Research Methods For Policy Analysis I). In addition to the academic requirements, students must also have departmental approval.