Showing you around the econ department
Virtual Tours by Students
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Oh, here is Economics department and it's this building here with a little bridge that will connect it to Sequoia Hall. This department was founded in nineteen sixty four, which is four years after the school was built in nineteen sixty. So downstairs you can see that the offices are for grad student T. A's and the professor's. You could meet with them in the office hours to ask questions about tests and homework. Upstairs there are more offices, classrooms, just two costumes over there, and a research lab right now and in the stairwell leading to the second floor of the economics building. You know, comics is one of that impacted majors here at UCSD, so the court classes usually hold around one hundred students, but the classrooms in the economics department can only hold twenty, so it's mostly designed for small tutoring sessions and upper division elective courses. Like right here is where I have my macroeconomic data analysis class. It's closed right now, but I could try to show you what it looks like through the window. It is currently locked right now, but As you can see. Hopefully it's like pretty small in there, and this is my classroom that will hold twenty status.