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Tentative Future Class Offerings

Fall 2022 - Tentative - Subject to change

  • Econ 3103: Environmental Economics
  • Econ 3125: Economic History of the United States
  • Econ 3199: Economics in Elementary and Middle Schools
  • Econ 3316: Labor Economics
  • Econ 3400: Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
  • Econ 3900: Writing in Economics
  • Econ 4100: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Econ 4300: Econometrics
  • Econ 4700: History of Economic Thought
  • Econ 5601: Service Learning in Political Economy (1 credit, Political Economy majors)

Note to students: Econ 3103, 3125, 3316, and 3400 are recommended for when you start the program, in your sophomore or junior year. 

Econ 3900 should be taken after you have taken a few other economics courses. 

Econ 4100 and 4300, are more advanced courses and are recommended to be taken in your junior or senior year, only after you've taken 3000-level courses.

Econ 4700 should be taken by juniors or seniors.