Why do they call it a masters degree...Watch
For example one of the economics and finance courses (masters, thinking about doing it) says theyll accept anyone from a degree where they learned intermediate micro/macro or a good level of mathematics/statistics.
Does a masters student (who came from say, mathematics) truly have the background knowledge to do a masters in economics and finance as compared to someone whos bachelor is in the same? I understand that his maths level is good enough, but surely if he knows no basic economics then how do they accept him?
Won't he essentially be doing another (in theory) bachelors? but I guess looking at a few topics in greater depth?
Can you explain..tsr.
It can't be that easy to get into a relatively unrelated masters program, they must have to assign you some extra modules or something.
Moreover, the trend is towards transferable skills. someone who learned another degree might still do better than you.