Undergraduate Program

For a description of the learning goals of the Undergraduate Program in Economics, please click here. 

New Course Spring 2014

ECON-156 Poverty by Prof. Martin Ravallion

The course will provide a thorough introduction to economic thinking on poverty in the world and the policies used to fight poverty, from early times to the present day, spanning both (present-day) developed and developing countries. (counts as a lower level elective for the econ major and minor)

Majoring or Minoring in Economics

Requirements for a Major in Economics or Political Economy (COL), a Major in International Economics or International Political Economy (SFS), or for a Minor in Economics (COL, FLL, MSB, NHS).

Undergraduate Advisors

Graduating with Honors in Economics in the College and in SFS

Non-Georgetown Course Credit

Look here to find the Economics Department’s Study Abroad, AP credit, and Transfer credit policies

Undergraduate Research in Economics

Look here for advice on getting started conducting research of your own in Economics. Call for papers & Conferences

Grad School

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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