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Academic Opportunities

Business Economics Option Program

Learn how you can obtain a Finance or Accounting minor and take restricted major-level business classes.

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College of Liberal Arts

Honors Program

Learn more about how you can conduct your own research, write a thesis and graduate with Special Honors in Economics.

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College of Liberal Arts

5th Year Master's Programs

Many Economics majors take advantage of UT programs that allow a student to obtain a master's degree within one year of finishing their undergraduate degree.

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College of Liberal Arts

Undergraduate Research in Economics

The fellowship program provides a unique opportunity for UT undergraduate Economics majors to get involved with academic-quality research.

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College of Liberal Arts

ODE at UTAustin

ODE is dedicated to the academic advancement of its members, and the creation of a strong network of friends, faculty, contacts, and mentors through social events, speakers, and seminars.

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College of Liberal Arts

TEA

The Texas Economics Association (TEA) is a student organization sponsored by the Economics Department. They focus on four areas: professional development, community service, academic advancement, and social experience. They are a social outlet for students interested in economics. 

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College of Liberal Arts

Undergraduate Assistant Positions

Learn more about the qualifications, responsibilities, and outcomes of becoming an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant.

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Undergraduate TA

Many Economics majors take advantage of UT programs that allow a student to obtain a master's degree within one year of finishing their undergraduate degree.

ODE is dedicated to the academic advancement of its members, and the creation of a strong network of friends, faculty, contacts, and mentors through social events, speakers, and seminars.

The Texas Economics Association (TEA) is a student organization sponsored by the Economics Department. They focus on four areas: professional development, community service, academic advancement, and social experience. They are a social outlet for students interested in economics.