WALL ST. SEMESTER – SPRING 2014
The Wall Street Semester is an eight-credit program in which you enroll in two required courses. The program meets in New York City two days per week.
Learn from professionals who work in the financial world, and visit the places that are so integral to the U.S. economy. Take a critical look at Wall Street’s operations, learn the economics behind the transactions, explore the district’s history, and discuss ethical and moral issues. Acquire a deep understanding of the role of Wall Street within the rest of the economy, as well as an appreciation for topics and controversies affecting New York’s financial sector.
Sophomore, junior or senior, and have completed at least one introductory course in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.
Professor Marc Tomljanovich, Economics Department
Application Deadline is October 10
Apply on-line at www.drew.edu/iocp/applications/
For additional information, visit www.drew.edu/iocp or contact the Office of International & Off-Campus Programs at 973-408-3438.