Research Professor Lee McPheters, director of the JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center at the W. P. Carey School of Business, delivers a lecture to students.
The Department of Economics offers students many opportunities to earn honors credit, including ECN 413 Advanced Honors Macroeconomics, which is taught annually by Dr. Edward Prescott, a 2004 Nobel Laureate. Economics honors courses may be applied toward the economics degree program. Honors students completing the thesis through this department may earn three hours of credit for ECN 493 (Honors Thesis). Other honors sections taught by this department include ECN 213 Honors Macroeconomics, ECN 214 Honors Microeconomics, ECN 231 Honors Business Statistics, ECN 303 Honors Managerial Economics and ECN 414 Honors Advanced Microeconomics. For further information on honors opportunities in Economics, click here.
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