The term is upon us and that means it’s time to start posting things that might actually have some utility for someone (for instance, me).
So let’s start out with an easy one — are you registered yet? No better time to start thinking about it. Here are some potentially useful links:
- Class schedule and schedule search
- Important Dates & Deadlines
- Registration Rules & Procedures
- Getting Help with Registration
And, as long as you are registering, you might as well check out our offerings for the Fall term. There is still room as of this posting, unless otherwise noted:
- ECON 100 Microeconomics 9:50-11:00 MWF, Professor Karagyozova (there is a long waitlist)
- ECON 100 Microeconomics 12:30-1:40 MWF, Professor Karagyozova (lots of room as of this posting)
- ECON 170 Financial Accounting 2:30-4:20 TR, Professor Vaughan
- ECON 200 Economic Development 12:30-2:20 TR, Professor Finkler
- ECON 300 Microeconomics 3:10-4:20 MTuWF, Professor Gerard (there is room, trust me)
- ECON 330 History of Economic Thought 2:30-4:20 TR, Professor LaRocque
- ECON 430 Capital and Growth 9:00-10:50 TR, Professor Finkler
- ECON 520 Advanced Macroeconomics 1:50-3:00 MWF, Professor Karagyozova
I will also be offering an independent study associated with Schumptoberfest™ weekend, October 22-24. Check with me for details.
See you on Briggs 2nd.