For a description of the learning goals of the Undergraduate Program in Economics, please click here.
New Course Fall 2015
This course explores the relatively new field of Behavioral Economics. We will examine parsimonious models that attempt to explain systematic departures from economic behavior generated by classical preferences and rationality.
Majoring or Minoring in Economics
Non-Georgetown Course Credit
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Undergraduate Research in Economics
The PhD is a research degree. If you are thinking of pursuing a career in Economic Research (academia, government, or private sector), look here for some advice.
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- Careers for Economists
- Tutoring Services
- Application for a TA Position
- Economics Honor Society (Omicron Delta Epsilon)
- Internships : The Economics department regularly receives notices of internships in the Washington, DC area. If you find an internship here, please let us know about it.
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