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- Economics of education (both K-12 and higher education)
- Public finance policy analysis
Rey Hernández-Julián, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Finance at Metropolitan State University of Denver. His areas of expertise include Economics of education (both K-12 and higher education) and public finance policy analysis. He currently teaches Managerial Finance, Introduction to Banking and Personal Money Management.
Hernández-Julián leads and helped establish MSU Denver’s Banking Careers Pathway Program, a workforce-development program in partnership with Mi Casa Resource Center and the Community College of Aurora. The stackable credentials program seeks to give nontraditional students and current entry-level employees the chance to turn their work experience into college credits and professional certificates.
Throughout his entire time at MSU Denver, he has remained academically qualified, publishing peer-reviewed journal articles about the economics of education, religion, demography and health. He has also given over 15 conference presentations.
Rey Hernández-Julián received his doctorate degree in applied economics from Clemson University in 2005 and a bachelor’s degree in humanities from Bob Jones University in 2000.
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