Students who attend the UChicago Summer Session get an authentic college experience in an unparalleled academic environment. Visiting students can live in the residence halls, access the recreational and research facilities on campus, and enjoy living in one of the most dynamic and vibrant cities in the United States while they learn from pre-eminent faculty with intellectually curious students from around the world.
Visiting undergraduate students are invited to explore economics at UChicago during the summer quarter. Courses in the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics cover topics at different levels. Courses can fill quickly, so students are encourage to apply early. Some courses have pre-requisites, so students should carefully review course descriptions on our website. Course details and the application can be found on the Summer Session website: http://summer.uchicago.edu.
The following courses are typically offered during the Summer Quarter for current UChicago students and qualified visiting students:
Here at Chicago we aim to convey the ideas and methods of academic economics. Broadly defined, economics is the study of how society allocates scarce resources. From principles to advanced topics classes, from preparatory courses in mathematics and statistics to research opportunities, the program strives to convey how economists reason and how they analyze models and compare model implications to observations.Learn more about University of Chicago
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