ECON 2096 Internship in Economics (2-4 cr)

Prereq: Previous coursework in Economics and consent of professor and the Center for Experiential Education

This internship course explores careers and training in a supervised work setting and combines theory with field experience. Students spend approximately 2.5 hours per week, per credit on the job, complete academic work, and meet with faculty throughout the semester. Students may earn 2 to 4 credits per semester, with a maximum of 8 credits in any one discipline.

Fall, Spring