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ECON 697 Senior Research Honors

ECON 697.  Senior Research Honors.  1-3 Credits.   S   

A directed reading and research course for qualifying seniors. Involves preparation of a research paper under the supervision of a faculty member whose area of interest and specialization corresponds with the area of study selected by the student. Note that a maximum of 3 credits total of ECON 597 and ECON 697 can count for the elective requirements of any economics degree. Prerequisite: ECON 696 and approval of the selected faculty member and the Director of Undergraduate Studies.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Economics

http://catalog.ku.edu/liberal-arts-sciences/economics/ba-bgs/

Why study economics? Economics offers the tools you need to understand our increasingly interconnected world. With these tools, you can exploit "Big Data" to explore human behavior in numerous economic settings such as labor supply, consumption patterns, health care choices and energy use.  You can also examine the overall economy by assessing the links among aggregate output, interest rates, inflation, unemployment levels and international exchange rates.

Bachelor of Science in Economics

http://catalog.ku.edu/liberal-arts-sciences/economics/bs/

Why study economics? Economics offers the tools you need to understand our increasingly interconnected world.  With these tools, you can exploit "Big Data" to explore human behavior in numerous economic settings such as labor supply, consumption patterns, health care choices and energy use.  You can also examine the overall economy by assessing the links among aggregate output, interest rates, inflation, unemployment levels and international exchange rates.

Minor in Economics

http://catalog.ku.edu/liberal-arts-sciences/economics/minor/

Why study economics? Economics offers the tools you need to understand our increasingly interconnected world.  With these tools, you can exploit "Big Data" to explore human behavior in numerous economic settings such as labor supply, consumption patterns, health care choices and energy use.  You can also examine the overall economy by assessing the links among aggregate output, interest rates, unemployment levels and international exchange rates.