Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Preview ECON Classes Before You Register

As we undergo the registration process for next semester, the ECON department is pleased to announce course previews! In these course previews, student will have the chance to sit-in on lectures of courses taught by the same professors in Fall 2015. This exciting opportunity allows students to experience firsthand the content and style of future courses. The following link provides a detailed list of the course description, time & place of the lectures, and the amount of seats available for the previews. Since this is our first time trying course previews, we highly encourage you all to sign up quickly.

Click Here to sign up today!

As a reminder, if you choose to attend a course preview then you are required to arrive at the start of the lecture and are not permitted to leave until the lecture is over.

Here’s a list of the courses being offered for a preview:

  • ECON300 Methods and Tools for Economic Analysis
  • ECON311 American Economic History Before the Civil War
  • ECON321 Economic Statistics
  • ECON325 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
  • ECON398I Topics in Economics; Urban and Regional Economics
  • ECON414 Game Theory
  • ECON422 Econometrics I
  • ECON435 Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy
  • ECON443 International Trade and Trade Policy in the New Global Economy
  • ECON470 Labor Economics: Theory and Evidence