The Advanced Policy and Economic Analysis (APEA) Specialization requires 9 points, consisting of 1 three-point course in Quantitative Analysis, 1 three-point course in Economic Analysis, and 1 three-point course in a Professional Focus Area (either an applied quantitative analysis course or an applied economic analysis course).
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