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Sarah Dove, Mob Boss
October 30, 2014
Economic Lecture: Return to Elite College Education: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
November 5, 2014
Career and Internship Expo
November 6, 2014
Economic Lecture: Exploring Shocks, Remittances, and Health Spending in Uganda
November 13, 2014
Wine Executive MBA Program Info Session
November 20, 2014
Economic Lecture: The Effects of Negative House Price Shocks on Migration: Evidence across U.S. Housing Downturns
December 4, 2014
Economic Lecture: Financial Market Integration and Spillover Effects
January 17, 2015
Wine Executive MBA Program Information Session
January 17, 2015
Graduate Programs Information Session
Current students with majors in another discipline may find that adding a Business Administration or Economics major will provide skills and understanding that will help put their subject to work.
Students with majors in disciplines such as environmental studies and political science will find that adding an economics major provides them with a breadth of background that is viewed favorably by graduate professional programs and employers. Psychology majors, for example, may wish to add a major concentration in management to enhance their understanding of psychology in the work place, as well as increase their job opportunities.
Students who are interested in a double major must consult with the appropriate department chair.
Those interested in Business Administration major must also attend a Pre-Business Workshop before they are able to declare the major. Please check the bulletin board outside of Stevenson Hall, Room 2042 for upcoming workshops dates. Students MUST sign-up ahead of time to attend a Pre-Business Workshop. Sign-up sheets will be posted on the bulletin board.