Sessions taught: Fall 2023, Spring 2024

Course description

Serving as the department’s research TA providing guidance and preparing workshops for economics students conducting research as part of the nine senior seminars, the senior honors thesis seminar, or as research assistants.

The honors thesis seminar is a year-long course, beginning in the fall semester and ending in the spring semester. This workshop may only be taken by students applying for departmental honors, and it also fulfills the economics seminar requirement for the economics major and all joint majors. Students must see the director during mid-semester registration in the spring to discuss their proposed thesis topic, at which time they will be matched with appropriate faculty who will act as their thesis adviser. Students will meet their adviser over the course of the year at mutually agreed upon times. A rough draft of the thesis will be due during the first week of February in the spring semester, and the final draft will be due three weeks before the last day of classes. Please note that for those joint majors that require two seminars, one in economics and one in the other discipline (i.e. Political Science), the economics senior honors thesis seminar only fulfills the economics seminar requirement.

  • ECON UN3211: Intermediate microeconomics
  • ECON UN3213: Intermediate macroeconomics
  • ECON UN3412: Introduction to econometrics


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