Research Assistantship

Students can actively participate in assisting faculty with research.  Activities can include obtaining data and analyzing it with statistical software, performing literature searches, and preparation of reports, tables and presentations.  This is a Pass/No Pass course so it does not count toward requirements of the major or minor programs of the Economics Department.
Course: ECON 395
Recommended Preparation ECON 101 , ECON 102 and ECON 421 with a ‘B’ or better.
Note This course is repeatable up to 9 credits.
Consent: No Special Consent Required