Undergraduate Student Resources
- Fall 2020 through Summer 2021: Economics P/NP Grading Option Policy Modifications: On November 5 2020, the College of Letters and Science notified students of changes to how Passed/Not Passed (P/NP) grades can be used during the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters. Please see "L&S Fall 2020 and Spring 2021: Policy Modifications and FAQ" for full details. On April 14, 2021, the College of Letters and Science announced that this policy will continue into Summer 2021. In light of this update, the Economics Department implemented P/NP grading option policy modifications for courses taken Fall 2020 through Summer 2021.
- Spring 2020: Economics Academic Policy Updates: The events surrounding the Spring 2020 COVID-19 pandemic required the Economics department to adjust many undergraduate academic policies that will have impacts on students until Spring 2020 is no longer a semester on the adcademic transcript. This link provides a recap of the policy revisions.
- Do-It-Yourself Guide to Checking Economics Major Requirements: Want to know if you are on track with the Economics major requirements? Use this guide to check your Academic Progress Report (APR) and ensure you are on track to graduate with the Economics major. Recommended for all graduating seniors.
- Economics Tutoring - The Department of Economics offers tutoring services to undergraduates taking core courses: Econ 1, Econ 2, Econ 100A/B, Econ 101A/B, Econ 140, and Econ 141.
- Student Learning Center Tutoring Program - for undergraduates in various subjects including economics.
- Economics Honors Program - Economics majors have an opportunity to conduct their own research and write a thesis with their chosen faculty advisor.
- Economics Honors Theses - examples of recent senior honors theses submissions.
GRADUATE SCHOOL AND CAREER
- Step by Step - A guide to preparing for graduate school for Berkeley undergraduates in Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences.
- What Can I Do With a Major In Economics - Economics Major statistics on recent graduates.
- Career Center - resources for career planning, internships, jobs, and graduate school preparation.
- Berkeley Charter of Professional Accountancy (BCPA) - For students with interests in a career in accounting, finance, or consulting. The BCPA is a new program offered by the Haas School of Business and Center for Financial Reporting & Management (CFRM). All students in all majors are welcome to apply.