ECON 460 Internship

Spring, Fall

Directed internship in law, business, government, economic consulting, or the non-profit sector. To enroll, students must be approved in advance by the instructor and the Office of Career Services. No more than 8 internship credits may be allowed to count toward the credits required for graduation. Student interns are expected to keep a regular log of their activities and write two papers reflecting on their experience. Does not fulfill the requirements of the major or minor. Taken pass-fail only.

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Introduction to Economics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Statistical Analysis for Economics and Business, or completion of the requirements for a minor in Economics.

Degree Requirements