Introduction: This course list is to help plan your study abroad program. The courses on the list have been approved by the Vice Chair of the Economics Department in the past 4 years. Courses not on the list require additional documentation for review.
- Check the list for courses that have been pre-approved by the UC San Diego Department of Economics (updated yearly).
- List all courses you plan to take on your Academic Planning Form (APF) for review and prescreening.
- If a course(s) is not in the list, please submit course description(s), with your APF, for review.
- Please note: review process can take between 5-10 business days.
- Be sure to save the syllabi and course work for ALL classes, whether or not they have been pre-approved. VC Famulari reviews ALL coursework to determine
- whether the class should stay on our pre-approved list.
- whether the class should be added to our pre-approved list.
Disclaimer: Failure to prescreen courses not on list may result in no major or minor credit for these courses.
Key: (VC Famulari will use this language to review the courses presented)
- Yes – course approved as credit.
- VC Famulari will indicate how course will be accepted. Example: “ECON 1” or “UD Econ Elective”
- No – course not approved for economics credit
- Need more info – if you still plan to take the course, VC Famulari recommends providing her with the syllabus as soon as possible.
1) University Growth Fund Info Session
11/5 Tuesday 8:30-9:30pm at CSB 005
Calling all students interested in venture capital and private equity! Peter Harris, Managing Partner of University Growth Fund, will be speaking about his career in investment banking and venture capital, experience with UGF, the San Diego VC Case Competition and INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! UGF is the largest student-run venture fund in the country, where students learn first-hand as they invest alongside top-tier investors in many of the best private companies in the country.
Pizza will be provided. See you TONIGHT (11/5) at 8:30pm. Check out the Facebook event.
2) Triton Networking Night
11/7 Thursday 4:40-8pm at PC West Ballroom
Come out to Triton Networking Night to talk to 20 recruiters and alumni in business industries, including Qualcomm, AXOS Bank, Booz Allen Hamilton, LinkedIn,Triage Consulting, Northwestern Mutual, Bainbridge, and more. This is an opportunity to have an engaging conversation with recruiters. Learn about the companies you’re interested in directly from the recruiters and let them see your capabilities beyond just your resume. There will also be keynote speakers from LinkedIn and Macy’s to share their experience, and hors d’oeuvre will be served during networking session.
This event is hosted by Business Council, Women and Minorities in Economics (WAMIE), and The Career Center. RSVP on Handshake to secure your spot today!
Do you love to travel and experience new cultures? Are you interested in teaching and working abroad? Then join us for the TEFL Certificate Program information session to learn more! The TEFL program will train you to be a teacher of English as a foreign language so that you can teach anywhere in the world – even in the United States. As a UCSD student, there are many benefits and discounts available to you, and you can even take classes for free!
- Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 6pm-7pm
- Room 112, Extension La Jolla (near Marshall residence halls and Oceanview Terrace)
- Pizza will be served!
If you are interested in attending, enroll online or email email@example.com to save your seat. Please view the attached flyer for more information.
We hope to see you there!
The TEFL Program
I am the Research Assistant and Intern Coordinator for The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Office of Research (OR). We are currently recruiting for 2020 Summer Pathways Interns; the postings are open now – November 7, 2019 and can be found here:
We hope that you can help us identify candidates by forwarding this announcement (see flyer below) to students that may be interested in paid internship positions with CFPB and to colleagues that may know of other students that may wish to apply.
If you have any questions regarding our programs, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Joseph E. Remy
Senior Research Analyst
Research Assistant and Intern Coordinator
Office of Research
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Tel: 202 435 9498
Mob: 202 549 2132