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    If you’re anywhere near DC, and your employer will foot the bill, then I’d suggest taking a look at GMU’s MA program:

    It’s not online, but it might be a better match for your interests.


    Thank you for the reply Robert.

    I live in the New Hampshire/Connecticut area, but GMU was one of my first choices as its “more” Austrian approach than other universities, and if distance was not an issue, I would most definitely pursue it.




    I am starting the Masters in Applied Economics degree with Johns Hopkins University in January 2016 (starting it while finishing out my last three classes in Economics with SNHU).

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