At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The UEA is a group of undergraduates interested in economics who meet for the purpose of supporting academic endeavors, improving employment opportunities, and extending networks with each other and the outside world.
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See our upcoming events on our UEA Events calendar with all past and future events.
Learn more about the Economics department at MIT and their academic offerings
and other useful websites for those interested in a career in economics
Desribes MIT's Majors in Economics, such as Economics (14-1), Mathematical Economics (14-2), and Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science (6-14)
Desribes MIT's Minor in Economics
Describes MIT's Double Major between Economics and any other major
Describes MIT's HASS Concentration in Economics
Describes MIT's HASS Concentration in Developmental Economics
Short Description of each course, when it is offered, and who the professor is. This information changes every semester.
Describes MIT's undergraduate transfer policies for economics courses taken at other colleges.
Contains informations about career fairs, on-campus company presentations, on-campus recruiting, mock interviews, career advice, Alumni network (ICAN), and overall resources for career development.
Major: Economics and Chemistry
Major: Economics and Mathematics
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