Students must take six advanced elective courses. Advanced elective courses are those numbered 73-300 through 73-495 (excluding 73-374 Econometrics II, 73-407 Fundamentals of Statistical Modeling, and 73-450 Economics Colloquium). For the purpose of these requirements, the Undergraduate Economics Program may also designate as advanced electives courses from other departments/programs. Additionally, students may work with their advisor to structure alternative sets of courses to meet these requirements based on their particular interests, subject to course availability.
For more information about B.S. Economics' curriculum, please contact its section on CU's web page.
Carnegie Mellon University owes its name to businessman Andrew Carnegie, who in 1900 donated a great sum of money for the construction of technical schools for sons and daughters of Pittsburgh’s workers.
Over a hundred years later after its foundation, Carnegie Mellon University has grown and consolidated as one of the most important universities in the state of Pennsylvania, with more than 13.500 students and seven colleges:
The university its known for encouraging its students in developing their ideas and creating a business from it. That’s why it is one of the top American universities with the highest amount of created startups with the amount of investments and researches it has. Its global vision is another of its strengths. Additionally, Pittsburgh’s main campus has facilities in other American cities, another campus in Doha, and many contracts and agreements with African, Asian, Australian, European and Latinamerican institutions.
Carnegie Mellon University does not only have good reputation inside its classrooms, it is also known for having an attractive sports program, making it one of the best universities in the university league for baseball, rugby, football, athletics and swimming.
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