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  • Internships
    Syllabi Fall 2014 Syllabi Fall 2015 Syllabi Spring 2013 Syllabi Spring 2014 Syllabi Spring 2015 Syllabi Internships Econ 195 295 Internships See the job resource center page or the Department s main web page for possible internships Please read our Internship Announcement for RESEARCH INTERNS Click here for the form needed for Econ 195 295 enrollment Click here for the form needed for Econ 195 295 Teaching Assistant Contract Click here for the form needed for Econ 195 295 Research Assistant Application An internship is a great opportunity to expand and apply the tools and ideas you ve learned in your Economics courses Any type of job in which you can apply or illustrate your economics knowledge is a candidate for an internship If you have a possible internship and wish to know if it will be applicable to the Economics major contact Craig Gallet An internship can count for 1 3 units of credit towards the Economics major please see the requirements for the economics major for more details For each unit the student is expected to work 50 hours per semester The requirements for an internship include five written reports The first four reports should be approximately two pages in length 1 inch margins double spaced 12pt font The final report should be at least five pages in length The reports should follow the following guidelines 1 First Report 3rd week Describe your company Describe your position Including how it relates to others in the company Describe your duties 2 Second Report 6th week Discuss your duties Discuss how your duties include or could include what you ve learned in economics 3 Third Report 9th week Discuss your duties Discuss how what you ve learned in economics can be applied to how your organization operates and does business

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  • Policies
    has not been completed and evaluated in the prescribed course session dates due to unforeseen but fully justified reasons and that there is still a possibility of earning credit It is the responsibility of the student to bring pertinent information to the attention of the instructor and to determine from the instructor the remaining course requirements that must be satisfied to remove the Incomplete Agreement as to the conditions for removal of the Incomplete will be in writing signed by the instructor student and the department chair or designee and placed on file with the appropriate academic department until the Incomplete is removed or the time limit passed A final grade is assigned when the work agreed upon has been completed and evaluated An I Incomplete Authorized should not be assigned when it is necessary for the student to attend additional class meetings to complete the course requirements An Incomplete must be made up within 12 months of the end of the term in which it was assigned This limitation prevails whether or not the student maintains continuous enrollment Failure to complete the assigned work will result in an Incomplete being changed to an F or NC on the academic transcript At the time of degree evaluation the degree will not be awarded if a student has any outstanding I grades which if calculated as an F would cause the student s grade point average to fall below the minimum level for graduation in any grade point requirement CSUS overall major minor or General Education Incomplete grades are not considered for deletion by the Academic Standards Committee Note Students in the military reserve whose units go on active duty during or around the final examinations period are eligible to receive an I Department Procedures The student must discuss eligibility for an incomplete grade with the instructor prior to the last day of class Student must complete the department PETITION FOR I INCOMPLETE GRADE and obtain signatures prior to the deadline for submission of the petition TOP OF PAGE How to Apply For Reinstatement Readmission in Economics I General Information A Reinstatement Readmission of Academically Disqualified or Dismissed Students in Economics These guidelines shall will be applied to each student upon application for Reinstatement or Readmission Student must submit a completed petition with all supporting documents Incomplete petitions will not be reviewed The student must submit a checklist as a cover sheet for his her petition see attached page These documents include those required by the University In addition to these the student would be required to submit a completed major advising worksheet see attached page Prior to submitting a petition for reinstatement readmission as an Economics major students must have completed the following courses or equivalents with a C or better ECON 1A Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis ECON 1B Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis STAT 1 Introduction to Statistics One course satisfying major core requirements ECON 100A ECON 100B ECON 140 ECON 113 or ECON 101 completed at CSUS One additional

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  • Department and University Forms
    Syllabi Spring 2013 Syllabi Spring 2014 Syllabi Spring 2015 Syllabi Department and University Forms About the various forms used in the Department of Economics Department Forms Economics 145 You may sign up for Econ 145 directly If you are unable to get into a section go to TAH 3028 to be put on a list Economics 195 295 Internships can count for 1 3 units of credit toward the Economics Major However Econ 295 cannot count as an elective without the approval of the Graduate Coordinator Please read more about Internships in the Department of Economics Incompletes Incomplete grades or I grades are not automatic You must speak to your instructor and have an incomplete petition filed with the department in order to receive an incomplete To qualify for an I you must be passing the course and have a justifiable reason for not completing the course by the end of the semester About Adds Drops Students may drop themselves using MySacState for the first two weeks of the semester In some cases you may still be able to add a class However for a majority of courses you must petition to add after the first day of instruction Beginning the third week of the semester you must petition to add or drop through an academic department After the fourth week of the semester Census Date adds are not allowed unless there is a compelling reason beyond the control of the student Drops after the fourth week require Instructor and Department Chair signatures Drops after the sixth week require Instructor Department Chair and College Dean signatures Drops are not generally allowed the last three weeks of the semester The University Deadline for all drops is the last day of instruction which does not include finals week Fall 2015 Deadlines August

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  • Advising
    opportunities Below are some useful links information and forms for Economics Majors Majoring in Economics Frequently asked questions If you miss your advising appointment the next available appointment you can make is one month from the missed appointment Advising Begins the 2nd week of the semester If you need help now with choosing your upper division electives watch this video Students can set up appointments with undergraduate advisors by signing up in the advising binder in TAH 3028 Advising is not available on a regular basis in between semesters An appointment is required for advising during the semester There are NO WALK IN advising appointments Planning your Economics Major Students majoring in Economics need 42 45 units to complete a BA in Economics with a total minimum of 120 units required for graduation at CSUS Of the 45 units 12 are required lower division courses and 15 are required upper division courses and the remaining 18 units 6 courses are upper division electives Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor and fill out a Major Advising Worksheet Links to Major Advising Worksheets corresponding to the requirements in the current and previous catalog years are provided below 2015 Advising Worksheet fill in Before you come in for your scheduled advising appointment please have the following ready Advising Worksheet reflecting all major specific courses taken to date Reinstatement Read and complete the Reinstatement Guidelines Please see the Economics Department s policies page for more detail here Econ 145 requirements You must be a graduating senior to be enrolled in Econ 145 Planning your Economics Minor As specified in the 2002 2004 catalog students minoring in Economics need to complete a minimum of 21 units Out of the 21 units 9 lower division units maximum are allowed and the remaining 12

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  • FAQ's
    can be made by signing up for an appointment in TAH 3028 Advising is available only during the Fall and Spring Semesters TOP OF PAGE II Course Requirements in the Economics Major 5 How many units do I need to satisfy the requirements for a BA in Economics As specified in the 2012 2014 catalog students majoring in Economics need a minimum of 42 units to complete a BA in Economics with a minimum of 120 total units required for graduation at CSUS 6 What are the required lower division courses in the major Required lower division courses are outlined in detail in the most recent CSUS catalog Links to previous years catalogs are also available on the CSUS Catalog page 7 What are the required upper division courses in the major Required upper division courses are outlined in detail in the most recent CSUS catalog Links to previous years catalogs are also available on the CSUS Catalog page 8 How many units of upper division electives are required in the major You are required to complete 6 upper division elective courses 18 units 9 Which courses qualify for upper division elective credits Econ 101 and any Economics course numbered 110 or higher satisfies upper division requirements Note however that only one of ECON 112 Econ 120 ECON 181 ECON 184 and ECON 189 can count toward your upper division elective courses Similarly no more than three units of ECON 194 ECON 195 or ECON 198 can count toward your upper division credits A lower division calculus course Math 26A or Math 30 or an upper division Math or Stat course that can be taken for credit towards a math or statistics major can be substituted for one of the upper division economics electives 10 How do I choose upper division elective courses There are two ways to approach choosing your upper division electives The first approach is to think about an area of economics that you have an interest in such as Environmental Economics International Economics Labor Economics or Monetary Economics Pick courses in this area to begin with and then talk to your professors about what other courses may be appropriate in this area The second approach is to pick a couple of courses in different areas and see which issues interest you the most This is a good starting point when you have no idea what areas interest you or what courses to pick As you learn about different issues in economics you will be able to better determine if there is a specific area in Economics that you would like to take more courses in Advisors in the Economics Department are happy to help you with the selection of appropriate electives TOP OF PAGE 11 Can I get upper division credit for courses involving work experience Yes These are three courses related to work experience in the Economics Department You can count up to three units of work related Economics courses toward your upper division electives

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  • Tutoring
    Assistant Professors Jennifer Klein Part time Faculty Michael Dowell Pierre DuVair Hyrum Eastman George Jouganatos Thom Kelly Brian Rosario Walter Schwarm Min Min Thaw For Students About Economics Job Resource Center Scholarships Internships Policies Department and University Forms Advising FAQ s Tutoring Student Handbook undergraduate program Class Schedule Program Description Courses graduate program Program Description Courses Advising Office of Graduate Studies Organizations Center for Economic Education Center for Strategic Economic Research Omicron Delta epsilon Student Economics Association Fall 2011 Syllabi Fall 2012 Syllabi Fall 2013 Syllabi Fall 2014 Syllabi Fall 2015 Syllabi Spring 2013 Syllabi Spring 2014 Syllabi Spring 2015 Syllabi Spring 2016 Syllabi Department of Economics Tutoring TUTORING IS NOT AVAILABLE the First week of the semester or DURING FINALS WEEK Schedule for Spring 2016 TR 9 00 11 00 TR 1 30 2 30 T 3 00 5 00 Additional tutoring available through PARC in Lassen Hall Room 2200 Sign up for an appointment Students wanting to receive help from a peer for Econ 1A and 1B are welcome to come to the tutor room TAH 3025 Tutors hours are listed above Those interested in tutoring should contact the Department of Economics Vice Chair Dr Craig Gallet Read

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  • Student Handbook
    Suzanne O Keefe Stephen Perez Terri Sexton Mark Siegler Associate Professors Kace Chalmers Tim Ford Kristin Kiesel Kristin Van Gaasbeck Ta Chen Wang Yan Joni Zhou Assistant Professors Jennifer Klein Part time Faculty Michael Dowell Pierre DuVair Hyrum Eastman George Jouganatos Thom Kelly Brian Rosario Walter Schwarm Min Min Thaw For Students About Economics Job Resource Center Scholarships Internships Policies Department and University Forms Advising FAQ s Tutoring Student Handbook

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  • Advising
    Kiesel Kristin Van Gaasbeck Ta Chen Wang Yan Joni Zhou Assistant Professors Jennifer Klein Part time Faculty Michael Dowell Pierre DuVair Hyrum Eastman George Jouganatos Thom Kelly Brian Rosario Walter Schwarm Min Min Thaw For Students About Economics Job Resource Center Scholarships Internships Policies Department and University Forms Advising FAQ s Tutoring Student Handbook undergraduate program Class Schedule Program Description Courses graduate program Program Description Courses Advising Office of Graduate Studies Organizations Center for Economic Education Center for Strategic Economic Research Omicron Delta epsilon Student Economics Association Fall 2011 Syllabi Fall 2012 Syllabi Fall 2013 Syllabi Fall 2014 Syllabi Fall 2015 Syllabi Spring 2013 Syllabi Spring 2014 Syllabi Spring 2015 Syllabi Graduate Program The Master of Arts program in Economics is designed to assist students to develop the analytical skills and reflective capacities required to think clearly and coherently about economic matters and to apply their skill and knowledge effectively to problem areas The program seeks to prepare students for careers where economics is applicable The department offers coursework and supervised study in economic theory quantitative analysis and a number of other fields of interest In line with the applied emphasis of the Graduate Program the department maintains a relationship

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