Jan 23, 2021  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog
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ECON 687 - Cooperative Education


Four to six months of part- or full-time employment in a position in business, finance, government or labor that uses economic analysis. (See the Career Services Center for the availability of such positions.) The student and a faculty sponsor from the Department of Economics agree on a co-op activity, subject to the approval of the director of graduate programs in economics. A written report at the end of the employment period documents the use of economic analysis in the co-op position.

Credit 2 hrs Credit/No-Credit
May be repeated for additional credit

Course Rotation -

Prerequisites -
Other Restrictions - Department Permission is required
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Degree Type -

Additional Information: The credit does not apply to the economics major. Maximum number of co-op experiences is two.


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