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ECON-492 Internship in Teaching Economics (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

Internship in Teaching Economics (3) Upper-level economics majors work as teaching assistants for faculty teaching large sections of introductory economics courses and participate in a regular seminar on the teaching of economics. Responsibilities include directing review sessions, holding office hours, reviewing homework assignments, and leading break-out sessions. Usually Offered: fall and spring. Permission: instructor, and faculty advisor or undergraduate program director.

ECON-492 001
Term: FALL 2017
Course Level: Undergraduate
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ECON-492 002
Term: FALL 2017
Course Level: Undergraduate
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ECON-492 003
Term: FALL 2017
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title:
ECON-492 001
Term: SPRING 2018
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Internship in Teaching Econ
Internship in Teaching Economics (3) Upper-level economics majors work as teaching assistants for faculty teaching large sections of introductory economics courses and participate in a regular seminar on the teaching of economics. Responsibilities include directing review sessions, holding office hours, reviewing homework assignments, and leading break-out sessions. Usually Offered: fall and spring. Permission: instructor, and faculty advisor or undergraduate program director.
ECON-492 002
Term: SPRING 2018
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Internship in Teaching Econ
Internship in Teaching Economics (3) Upper-level economics majors work as teaching assistants for faculty teaching large sections of introductory economics courses and participate in a regular seminar on the teaching of economics. Responsibilities include directing review sessions, holding office hours, reviewing homework assignments, and leading break-out sessions. Usually Offered: fall and spring. Permission: instructor, and faculty advisor or undergraduate program director.