ECON 497 - Economics Honors Seminar
Section: 001
Term: FA 2018
Subject: Economics (ECON)
Department: LSA Economics
Mandatory credit/no credit.
May be elected twice for credit.
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The seminar is intended to build a scholarly community in which honors students meet regularly as a group and provide each other support during the thesis-writing process. The seminar will also provide students with opportunities to build presentation and interview skills and learn about research and career opportunities across a range of fields in economics.

Course Requirements:

Most honors students will develop and write an initial draft of their research project in the context of either an Econ 495 section or Econ 498, this course will bring together all honors students in one seminar and the focus will be on extending and improving on these drafts before submitting them as an honors thesis.

Participation in class discussions and workshops is mandatory; credit for the course depends on attendance and in-class contributions.

Intended Audience:

This seminar is for economics majors who have been admitted into the honors program.

ECON 497 - Economics Honors Seminar
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001 (SEM)
20LSA Hnrs
Th 4:00PM - 5:00PM
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