Fall 2018 Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTION Pts INSTRUCTOR TIME
BC 1003 (01) Introduction to Economic Reasoning 3 Sharon Harrison MW 1:10-2:25pm
BC 1003 (02) Introduction to Economic Reasoning 3 Homa Zarghamee TTH 10:10-11:25pm
BC 1003 (03) Introduction to Economic Reasoning 3 Sonia Pereira TTH 11:40am-12:55pm
BC 1007 Math Methods for Economics 4 Sharon Harrison MW 10:10-11:25am
BC 2010 Economics of Gender 3 Homa Zarghamee TTH 8:40-9:55am
UN 2029 Fed Challenge Workshop 1 Susan Elmes M 6:10-7:25pm
IEOR E2261 Introduction to Accounting and Finance* 3 Anthony Webster F 10:10am-12:40pm
BC 2411 Statistics for Economics 4 Elizabeth Kopko TTH 6:10-7:25pm
BC 3011 Inequality and Poverty 3 Ashley Timmer TTH 10:10-11:25am
BC 3018 Econometrics
 
4 Dan Hamermesh TTH 1:10-2:25pm
[Recitation Hours TBA]
BC 3019 Labor Economics 3 Biwei Chen TTH 2:40-3:55pm
BC 3022 Economic History of Europe 3 Alan Dye MW 6:10-7:25pm
BC 3033 Intermediate Macro Theory 4 Martina Jasova MW 8:40-9:55am
BC 3035 Intermediate Micro Theory 4 John Park TTH 11:40am-12:55pm
BC 3041 Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy 3 Sonia Pereira MW 4:10-5:25pm
BC 3061 (01) Senior Thesis I 4 Sonia Pereira T 4:10-6:00pm
BC 3061 (02) Senior Thesis I 4 Randall Reback TH 2:10-4:00pm
BC 3061 (03) Senior Thesis I 4 Sharon Harrison T 2:10-4:00pm
BC 3063 (01) Senior Seminar: Stereotypes, Crime, and Justice 4 Rajiv Sethi T 4:10-6:00pm
BC 3063 (02) Senior Seminar:  Economics of Social Policy 4 Elizabeth Ananat M 10:10am-12:00pm
ECHS BC3066 Research Seminar Economic History (Thesis) 4 Alan Dye T 4:10-6:00pm
UN 3265 Economics of Money and Banking 3 Biwei Chen MW 2:40-3:55

*Note: IEOR E2261 can *not* be used to satisfy any major requirement in any Barnard Economics Department major.  The same applies for the minor in Economics.