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Expected graduation date: May December Year: Name: Hopkins ID: Last Name, First Name, MI Email address: Phone#: ( ) - Additional major or minor: Use the reference table below for examples on how to complete the checklist: ACCEPTABLE CODES Instructions Course Number Course Title Method of Credit Completed In Progress To Be Done If course taken at JHU Use xxx.xxx format to fill in Fill in JHU Grade A, A-, B+, etc. X X If course taken outside of JHU Leave Blank Fill in AP or IB credit AP or IB If course not yet taken or enrolled in Leave Blank Leave Blank Transfer credit TR Note: Language waivers and study abroad credit must appear on your transcript before you indicate that the requirement is completed Study abroad credit SA Course No. and Title Completed In Progress To be Done Economics Courses 180.101 Elements of Macroeconomics If you receive AP/IB credit: One 200/300 level elective course . 180.102 Elements of Microeconomics If you receive AP/IB credit: One 200/300 level elective course . 180.301 Microeconomics Theory 180.302 Macroeconomics Theory 180.334 Econometrics Five additional courses in the department. Courses must be 3 credits each, taken in the fall or spring semester (ONLY). Senior Seminar, Thesis, Internships or Indep. Study will not fulfill this requirement. Two of the five must be 300 level courses. Three 200 or 300-level elective courses . . . Economics Major Updated 10/21/09 1 Office of Academic Advising Garland Hall, Suite 3A / 3400 N. Charles St. Baltimore MD 21218 410-516-8216 [email protected] www.advising.jhu.edu Degree Audit Checklist: Economics Major
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