Tiffany Kroeze Murphy
4-100A Hanson Hall
Advising appointments are made online.
All undergraduate students are assigned a major advisor in the Economics Department. Students are required to meet with an Econ advisor to declare one of the three undergraduate majors (BA, BA-Q, or BS). Econ advisors work with students to discuss course selection, registration, major requirements, transfer credits, and important resources on campus to increase student success and retention.
The Econ advisors will guide students through the major declaration process. In order to declare an Economics major, students must successfully complete the preparatory courses:
- ECON 1101 - Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 1102 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- Math 1271 - Calculus I
Students interested in declaring a BS or BA-Q also need to complete Math 1272 - Calculus II before declaring the major.
Students cannot take upper-level (3000-4000) Economics courses until they officially declare an Economics major.
Students may schedule an appointment with one of the two Econ advisors here: econ.appointments.umn.edu and send questions to the advisors any time at email@example.com. The advisors will make every effort to answer your questions in a timely manner. When sending an email be sure to include:
- Your first and last name
- Your student ID number
- A brief explanation about your question or concern
Listserv Account for Economics Majors
The department has set-up a listserv account for economics majors; the address is firstname.lastname@example.org. It is maintained by the Econ Advisors. All Economics majors are automatically members of this account. If you are an Economics major and are not on this list, please notify the advisors at email@example.com.
The department sends out information about special events, seminars, talks, internships, job opportunities, university and/or departmental policies changes related to the Economics major, and other pertinent information on this listserv. Students can also hold discussions with their peers about economics and related issues. All Economics majors are responsible for information relayed to them via this listserv.
If you use an email account that is different from your University x500 account, please make sure you forward all messages.