ECON 493
Honors Thesis: Economics Fall 2022
Division II

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This course is required of candidates for honors in economics. Each candidate prepares an honors thesis under the supervision of an economics professor who serves as the thesis advisor and the faculty member serving as the Economics Department’s Director of Research. Candidates will develop their projects independently, but will be guided by a common timeline and set of expectations. This is part of a full-year thesis comprising Econ 493 and 494 as well as a Winter Study course.
The Class: Format: honors independent study
Limit: n/a
Expected: n/a
Class#: 1701
Grading: no pass/fail option, no fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: Students complete a major piece of novel, independent research in economics, culminating in submission of the written thesis and an oral presentation
Prerequisites: admission by the department in the spring of the junior year
Enrollment Preferences: senior economics majors only
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