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Undergraduates - Welcome to EcoTeach!

Find out all you need to know about how and why to major in economics.

EcoTeach is open Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm. Stop by for assistance with the many aspects of pursuing an undergraduate degree in economics.

                  Room 138 Social Sciences Building
                  Box 90097, Durham, NC 27708
                  Phone: 919/660-1881
                  Fax: 919/660-1879

EcoTeach provides all economics students with the tools to navigate successfully through the economics major and minor. Some of the services offered by the EcoTeach office include assisting students with advising, course registration, course permissions, independent study applications, honors theses applications and preparation, and graduation.

Considering an Honors Thesis?

Hear about the process of writing a thesis directly from economics honors students in the video below.

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Need Advice from a Faculty Member?

Email or visit Professor Connel Fullenkamp, Director of Undergraduate Studies, in the Social Sciences Building, Office 329C.

Fall office hours: Tuesday, Thursday 1pm-3pm.

Undergraduate Financial Fact Challenge

Some of our undergraduate students compete in a fun learning game as part of the Financial Education Partnership (FEP) program, which helps undergraduates prepare for careers in finance. The two winners head to New York City to visit sponsors and the stock market trading floor. Enjoy the competition in the video below. Learn more about other extracurricular activities visiting the FEP homepage.

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New & Special Topics Courses: Fall 2014

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News & Annoucements

    • Tue Sep 2
    • Economics Faculty Lead Second Duke in London Program
    • The sound of London calling appeals to many undergraduates who wish to study abroad. Fifteen talented juniors answered by way of the 2014 Duke in London: Finance program. Emma Rasiel and John Caccavale served as academic directors and taught two finance courses.

    • Mon May 12
    • The Class of 2014 Graduates
    • The Department of Economics recognized 17 graduates with a Ph.D., 70 graduates with a Master of Arts or Master of Science in Statistical and Economic Modeling, and approximately 230 graduates with an economics major.  

    • Thu Apr 3
    • 2014 Honors Program Research Events
    • The Honors Program will hold two upcoming events to showcase the research of some of our top undergraduates in the Department of Economics. All faculty and students are welcome to join in these activities to discuss new work on many different topics and to support. . .

    • Mon Mar 3
    • Mandatory New Major Orientation
    • Get cleared for registration; learn about degree requirements, transfer credits, the honors program, research opportunities and choosing a faculy mentor; ask the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Economics your questions; become eligible for advising in the Ecoteach Center. 

    • Mon May 13
    • The Class of 2013 Graduates
    • Duke University held its 161st Commencement Ceremony on Sunday morning, May 12, at Wallace Wade Stadium. Immediately following the main Duke ceremony, the Department of Economics held its Graduation Recognition Ceremony in Cameron Indoor.

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