ABROAD CREDIT procedure:
procedure is actually rather standard, and approval is quickest via e-mail (email@example.com):
the detailed syllabi for the courses you have taken (if I need more detailed
info, I will let you know),
me know the equivalent course at Brown (if applicable).
- read these instructions, especially point 22.
out the first 2 pages of this transfer credit form (and read the instructions!) scan and e-mail me the first two pages
of the transfer credit form, and include the syllabi.
me know if you are a concentrator, or may in the future become one.
you prefer, you can drop off all the
required material above (in an envelope) in a labeled box across from my
office. They can then be picked up in the pick-up
box (Note for first two weeks of classes: Complete requests dropped off
by Tuesday 2pm will be available for pickup by Thursday 4pm )
Note for concentrators:
- If you are requesting concentration
credit for a course in mathematics, please note that you are required to get
the signature of the transfer credit advisor in the Math department before
requesting concentration credit in economics for the course.
- In order to complete the process of
transferring concentration credits, a copy of the completed transfer credit/study
abroad form should be left with Angelica Vargas (Office: Robinson Hall 103D,
- If you want transfer credit for study
abroad, you may have to decide which courses you would like as concentration
credit, and which as graduation credit only, and let me know (see webpage in
step 3 above for rules).
ECON 0110 WAIVER VIA AP/IB/A-LEVELS:
See these instructions . If you have A-levels, e-mail the Transfer Credit Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org with your A level information, including score, for possible waiver on a case by case basis.