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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Department of Economics


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Who’s Who in the Department of Economics

Chair:
David Papell

Professors:
John J. Antel, Aimee Chin, Steven G. Craig, Thomas R. DeGregori, Paul R. Gregory, Chinhui Juhn, Janet E. Kohlhase, David Papell, Bent E. Sorensen, Kei-Mu Yi

Associate Professors:
Elaine Liu, Vikram Maheshri, Christian Murray, Ruxandra Prodan-Boul (Instructional), Andrea Szabo, Rebecca Achee Thornton (Instructional), Gergely Ujhelyi, Dietrich Vollrath

Assistant Professors:
Nathan Canen, Cristopher Clarke (Instructional), German N. Cubas, Willa Friedman, Pauline T. Hardee (Instructional), Joel Melendez-Lugo (Instructional), Radek Paluszynski, Islam Rizvanoghlu (Instructional), Fan Wang, Natalia Zhivan (Instructional)

Department Overview

The Department of Economics offers the Bachelor of Arts in Economics, the Bachelor of Science in Economics and the minor in Economics.

Advanced Degrees

The university offers the Master of Arts in Applied Economics and the Doctor of Philosophy in Economics in the Department of Economics. The Master of Arts in Applied Economics provides quantitative training for jobs in private industry and government. The Doctor of Philosophy in Economics provides training for academic jobs as well as jobs in government and private industry.

For admission to the graduate programs, degree requirements, and course listings, consult with the director of graduate studies in the Department of Economics and refer to the Graduate and Professional Studies catalog.

To receive detailed advice about constructing a degree plan, please contact:

University of Houston
Department of Economics
Attn: Undergraduate Advisor
204 McElhinney Hall
Houston, TX 77204-5019
713-743-3804

Programs

    MajorMinorInternship and Practical Training

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