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ECON 295 Economics Assistantship
This course is designed to provide a college level experience for students who are exceptionally qualified to undertake appropriate responsibilities and demands including such activities as tutoring, assisting in research, and/or participating in classroom presentations. Students must be recommended by a faculty member, and have completed the appropriate course work required for the particular assistantship. The precise responsibilities, amount of credit, and grading criteria will be agreed to and outlined in writing prior to the beginning of the course. A student may earn 1 to 3 semester hours of credit during a single assistantship depending upon specific responsibilities and demands. The course is repeatable, with a cumulative maximum of 3 semester hours of credit allowed. Admission by approval of dean and instructor involved.
Prerequisites: See College minimum requirements, completion of 56 s.h., including 12 s.h. in residence, 3.0 major and overall GPA, and passing grade on CWE.
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