Students with questions about major requirements, course selection and scheduling, progress in the major/concentration, and other general matters about the major or concentration may either attend the in-person advising hours, or send email to the address below.
SPRING 2014 REGISTRATION - ADVISING HOURS
NOV 11 - 22, 2013
The below hours replace the weekly Mon and Wed 2-4 pm hours for Nov 11-22nd.
Please note that the office location has changed from the usual 1006A IAB to 1001A IAB.
Tues, Nov 12 9am - 1pm 1001A IAB (not 1006A)
Wed, Nov 13 9am - 1pm 1001A IAB
Thurs, Nov 14 10am - 1pm 1001A IAB
Fri, Nov 15 11am - 4pm 1001A IAB
Wed, Nov 20 9am - 1pm 1001A IAB
Thurs, Nov 21 10am - 5pm 1001A IAB
Fri, Nov 22 11am - 4pm 1001A IAB
FALL 2013 - Weekly Advising Hours (excluding 11/11 - 11/22):
Location: 1006A IAB
Mondays 2 pm-4 pm
Wednesdays 2 pm-4 pm
There is no “in-person” advising during the summer, but questions may still be sent to the above email address.
Students who cannot make it to any of the above listed advising hours may email their questions to econ-advising.
Transfer credit information
Transfer credit information is posted on the Department's Transfer credit Information page:
Do not send transfer credit questions to econ-advising - please read the information detailed in the above webpage.
Study Abroad Transfer Credits
Dr. Sunil Gulati is the study abroad advisor, and he can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who wish to apply economics courses from study abroad programs towards the economics major or concentration must first consult with Dr. Gulati prior to taking the course(s). Dr. Gulati will assess the course(s) and give preliminary and final approval. Only courses that are given final approval will be applied towards the economics major or concentration.
Faculty advisors are available only during the academic year. Students may request a personal faculty advisor to discuss academic or career goals. Faculty advisors will not discuss major requirements - that is the role of the graduate student advisors. Faculty advisors will discuss course selection to meet intellectual goals and interests, as well as career or research options. If you plan on attending a PhD program in economics or pursuing economics research after graduation, then it is recommended that you request a faculty advisor. To request a faculty advisor, please complete the Faculty Advisor Request form (pdf) in the fall (2012), and deposit it in the mailbox of Susan Elmes in 1022 IAB.