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Undergraduate Programs

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Chair

PROF. ARTHUR HOSIOS

Associate Chair, Undergraduate affairs

PROF. DWAYNE BENJAMIN

Undergraduate administrator

MS. ROBBIE INNES

Office hours:
Monday to Friday:
9 - 10:30A.M.
1:30 - 2:45 P.M.

Undergraduate coordinator,
Rotman Commerce & Student Life

MS. JENNY FAN

Office hours:
Monday to Wednesday:
10 to 11:30 A.M.
2 to 3:30 P.M.
Thursday to Friday:
10 to 11:30 A.M.

Undergraduate assistant

MS. DEBORAH NAVARRO

 

Message from the Associate Chair

Welcome to the undergraduate Economics website for prospective and current students. On these pages, you will find information about our programs and courses, as well as other useful resources and links. Read more...

In The News

Economics Courses, Summer 2014

A mostly-finalized schedule of Economics courses offered this summer is available at:

www.economics.utoronto.ca/index.php/index/undergraduate/courses/1

A few points are worth highlighting:

  • There will be four sections of ECO100Y, with enough combined capacity to accommodate any U of T student who needs to take the course (at least based on previous enrolment patterns);
  • ECO204Y is NOT offered. Instead, we are offering two sections of ECO206Y. As always, Rotman Commerce students will be able to take ECO206Y instead of ECO204Y to fulfill RSM program requirements. Note: For Rotman Commerce students (only) with ECO100Y grades of (67%, 68%, 69%), we will waive (for this summer only) the 70% requirement for ECO206Y. This aligns the entry requirements for ECO204Y and ECO206Y.
  • Neither ECO325H nor ECO326H are offered this summer.
For non-U of T students, there is an administrative procedure that needs to be followed in order to enrol in summer courses. This is not handled at the departmental level, and is described:

www.wdw.utoronto.ca/visit

Note that an LOP (Letter of Permission) from your home university does not necessarily mean that you are qualified to take ECO courses at the University of Toronto. We require a transcript from your home university that demonstrates that you meet all of the prerequisites. For questions concerning the assessment of pre-requisites, please contact Ms. Robbie Innes.

The 2012-2013 Economics Scholarship goes to...

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Awards Reception 2013 ( read more...)

Economics Study Center Open Monday to Friday

The Economics department invites you to use the Economics Study Center (ESC) as a study area and meet with Peer Mentors. The Peer Mentors are available to
help students with the following courses, developing effective study habits and mentoring students.

•             Introductory Economics (ECO 100Y1, 105Y1)
•             Intermediate Microeconomics (ECO 200Y1, 204Y1, 206Y1)
•             Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECO 202Y1, 209Y1, 208Y1)
•             Quantitative Methods in Economics (ECO 220Y1, 227Y1)
•             Finance (ECO358H1, ECO359H1; RSM332H1, RSM333H1)
•             Econometrics (ECO374H1, 375H1)

The Center is in Room 110, Economics Department, 150 St. George Street and is open Monday – Tuesday: 9 am - 5 pm; Wednesday -Thursday: 11am - 5pm; and Friday: 11am - 3pm

Please visit the ESC website at http://www.economics.utoronto.ca/index.php/index/undergraduate/load/studyCentre for Peer Mentor schedules and subject specialties.

 

Economics Students' Association

Check out student events on the Economics Students' Association's (ESA ) website: http://esa.sa.utoronto.ca/.