[Econmaj] EUB Class Seminar TONIGHT! 5/2/12, 5:30-6:30PM, CHL 015
econadv at u.washington.edu
Wed May 2 10:13:58 PDT 2012
EUB Class Seminar!
When: Wednesday May 2nd, 5.30-6.30pm
Where: CHL 015
What: Registration is swiftly approaching and like every quarter the Economics department is offering a wide array of courses. But what do you really know about each of those courses? Is the three-line blurb on the time schedule really enough information upon which to make your decision? Have you been reading the class descriptions for the past few weeks (or more) and still have no idea if you want to take that class? How strong of a recommendation is that “recommended class” they list? Should I take Econ 482 before Econ 483? If you have any of those questions or more like them, come to the EUB Class Seminar.
The premise is simple: EUB members who (cumulatively) have taken nearly every Economics course offered by the University of Washington will give a brief run-down on which classes they found the most interesting. Then, for the remainder of the time, EUB members will be available to field questions ranging from: which professor should I take Econ 400 from? To: what exactly is Industrial Organization? and everything in between.
We hope to see you there!
Economics Undergraduate Board
Questions? Contact eub at uw.edu.
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