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.
The Tealium Sales Academy are looking for responsible, driven, and intellectually curious students who have an interest in a career in Marketing Technology Sales . From this internship you will gain exposure to the fundamentals of sales including market analysis process, account mapping, content development and hands on prospecting. If you are looking for an internship where you will be able to work alongside passionate and collaborative sales and marketing professionals, this is the role for you!
Role and Responsibilities:
Work closely with Tealium SDRs, SDR Leadership and Marketing Leadership to analyze market segments for potential revenue opportunities
Use tools like Salesforce.com, LinkedIn and ZoomInfo to play an active part in building out Account Maps, Contact Databases and ensure current account information accuracy
Learn about Tealium’s technology offerings and demonstrate an understanding of the value that the products present to prospective customers
Work with SDR Leadership to analyze sales content in order to find potential optimizations for the teams
Develop the skills needed to prospect and qualify into prospective customer accounts
Work closely with an SDR Mentor to understand the nuances of the role, how to find success and jumpstart your career in sales
A strong interest in a career in sales
Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree with an expected graduation between December 2021 – June 2022 or have recently graduated
Interest in the software industry
Highly motivated with a willingness to lean in and learn new things
Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
Fast learners with a desire to succeed in a fast paced environment
Passionate about making a real difference in a high growth revenue organization
This is a paid internship with the intent to offer full-time employment to qualified interns at the completion of the program. We understand that school is your top priority and have designed our internship with some scheduling flexibility to accommodate class schedules as best we can.
Hours per week: 15-20
I have added our link to the application should you wish to share it. Please let me know if I can provide any additional information.
The Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) seeks a full-time (Senior) Program Associate to coordinate our Financial Inclusion sector research initiatives. The Financial Inclusion sector builds a rigorous, policy-relevant evidence base about how tools for managing money – from mobile payments, to digital credit and insurance – can be made more inclusive and effective to help low-income households save, transact, and grow their businesses.
The Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) seeks a full-time Program Manager to lead the Center’s agriculture research program. The program builds a rigorous, policy-relevant evidence base about how agricultural technologies, information, financial services, and integration into markets can improve the lives of smallholder farmers who make up a majority of the world’s poorest people.
CEGA is a West Coast hub for research on global development, with a network of 120+ academic researchers extending across the University of California, Stanford University, and the University of Washington. Our faculty affiliates design and test solutions for the problems of poverty, generating actionable evidence for policy-makers in low-and middle-income countries. Through careful matchmaking, competitive grant-making, and research dissemination activities, CEGA ensures that the scientific evidence we produce improves the lives of people living in poverty.
CEGA is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion –please read our values statement here.
The Cato Institute is seeking to hire a full-time trade Policy Analyst in Washington DC to join and complement an effective team of researchers. The Policy Analyst will be responsible for analyzing the economic impact of trade policy in the United States with occasional analyses of trade policy in other countries. Their analyses will be published in multiple formats including policy analyses to working papers, op-eds, blog posts, white papers, and others. The trade policy analyst will report directly to the Director of the Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies. The successful candidate will be entrepreneurial, creative, hard-working, and able to work well in a team that specializes in a range U.S. trade policy and international law topics. Compensation is competitive and will be based on the experience and skills of the successful candidate.