suggestions on terminal MS/MA economics schools for a aspiring non-phd applicant

<p>hey guys,</p>

<p>so as the title says im not looking to obtain a phd, but do want to get my masters in economics either in the US, canada, or england cuz i hear thats where the best programs are. </p>

<p>I have a cum. gpa of 3.912 and iv taken classes like calc 1,2,3, lin algeb.1 & diff eqs. (all in one class), intermediate micro, intermed. macro, probabilty theory, game theory, mathy econometrics, numerical analysis, math. stats. (GPA in those classes = 3.97) </p>

<p>im gonna take the GRE in september and am hoping for close to 800 in quant. and around 570ish in verbal. </p>

<p>I go to berkeley so il have one LOR from a famous behavioral econ. prof, one from a stats professor, and another from my tutoring mentor who has written letters for math/stat phd students. </p>

<p>does anyone have a good list of schools i should apply to for terminal masters given that I dont intend on doing research past the masters school? thanks so much for your help guyys.</p>

<p>I'd be interested in knowing this too.</p>