The philosophy of the Department of Economics is to require students to be personally responsible for their college education. The Department emphasizes students' involvement in planning their academic schedules to maximize opportunities for learning and growth in order to meet graduation requirements and advance career interests. All relevant information for planning students' course work is provided in students' Undergraduate Catalog and the Department's Undergraduate Web site.
The Economics department encourages student involvement in all aspects of their academic career, including their plan of study. All relevant information for planning course work is provided in students' Graduate Catalog and the Department's Graduate Website.
Students are expected to have a solid understanding of the graduation requirements for the master’s program in applied economics and the chosen sequence. Students may keep track of their academic progress by completing the Master Audit form. A completed Master Audit form must be submitted to the graduate program director for review, approval, and submission to the Graduate School three months before graduation.
The Graduate Program Director, Dr. Harris, advises all graduate students in the Economics department. Please email Professor Harris to arrange an appointment.