Your Third and Fourth Years
The third and
In your fourth year, the Economics curriculum culminates with the senior research requirement. This can be met through either the one-semester Senior Project course in which students work in small groups or through the two-semester Senior Honors Program in Economics where students work independently.
Third and Fourth Year Highlights
Knowing that students choose electives based on interest and career aspirations, we have structured sets of courses as concentrations areas. Concentrations are optional; they are intended to guide students so that they may explore a group of allied topics, and/or develop a specialized and advanced skill set appropriate for
Students are surrounded by individuals and teams who are constantly pushing the boundaries of human knowledge. In the Undergraduate Economics Program, students are not only encouraged to participate in research but are provided with the opportunities and means by which to do so. There are many ways to become involved with economics; you might working as research assistants for a faculty member, enroll in research methods courses, work on research projects in economics electives, or pursue your own research projects.
Senior Year Work
The Economics curriculum culminates in the senior year with a research requirement achieved through either the one-semester Senior Project course where students work in small groups or through the two-semester SeniorbHonors Program in Economics where students work independently.