4+1 Option

If you're an undergraduate business major at Cal Lutheran, you can earn your M.S. in Quantitative Economics in only one year by taking courses during your senior year.

  • Save time and earn your M.S. in Quantitative Economics faster
  • Save money by taking M.S. in Quantitative Economics courses as part of your undergraduate tuition
  • Design your own graduate educational experience
  • Build a network of working professionals and students from around the world
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How do I get admitted?

  • Admission is based on having senior status at Cal Lutheran and a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Contact the M.S. in Quantitative Economics Graduate Admissions Office at (805) 493-3325 or clugrad@callutheran.edu to learn how to apply for the M.S. in Quantitative Economics program

MBA students

How do I take M.S. in Quantitative Economics courses?

  • Meet with an M.S. in Quantitative Economics advisor to make your course selections.
  • Start taking M.S. in Quantitative Economics courses during the fall or spring semesters of your senior year
  • Take up to a total of 3 M.S. in Quantitative Economics courses during your senior year
  • If you continue attending the M.S. in Quantitative Economics program as a full-time student after completing your undergraduate degree, you can earn your M.S. in Quantitative Economics in just one year
  • With evening, weekend, and online courses, as well as short term study abroad options you have the flexibility to complete your M.S. in Quantitative Economics while still pursuing your career aspirations!
  • Graduate course options available to meet prerequisite requirements

What are the costs?

  • During your senior year, the M.S. in Quantitative Economics courses will be included in your normal tuition as long as you take 12 undergraduate credits and do not exceed 18 total credits per term

  • Once fully admitted to the M.S. in Quantitative Economics program, the tuition is the regular tuition per credit for M.S. in Quantitative Economics courses at Cal Lutheran.
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