Hi guys, I've been looking to pursue an online masters in economics to add some quantitative skills to my repertoire, and I'm leaning towards the University of Missouri-Columbia program. It is relatively cheap compared to other programs and doesn't require the GRE (as a mid-career guy with family obligations, I don't have the time to study for it). My first choice was Northeastern's mid-career MSc in Commerce and Economic Development but not worth the 34K price tag. I know Mizzou's had on-campus issues which has affected their intake, but that doesn't really affect me. Has anyone had experience with this program? Is Mizzou considered respectable institution? Would a PhD program be open to accepting online masters graduates from Mizzou if I decided to go that route? Thanks!