Economics Advisement FAQ
Departmental Advisement FAQ
Scheduling an Appointment
You may make an advising appointment with the Economics Advisor via loboachieve.unm.edu or by calling the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 505-277-4621 and requesting a first-available biology advising appointment. For help with scheduling in LoboAchieve visit here.
Current students may check their Registration Hold(s) on LoboWeb:
- Log-in to my.unm.edu using your UNM Net ID and Password
- Select the Student Life Tab
- Click on LoboWeb
- Click on Registration & Records
- Click on Registration (Add/Drop), Course Search, Check for Holds
- Check My Registration Status
- Choose Term
Admissions Hold: Contact Admissions at 277-8900
Bursar Hold: Contact Bursar at 277-5363
New Student Learning Workshop Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to reserve a spot in one of the workshops held daily (check your email for days/times available).
Graduation Planning Workshop Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to reserve a spot in one of the workshops held daily (check your email for days/times available).
New to A&S Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to set up appointment.
Orientation Holds through the Dean of Students, call 277-3361.
Registration Errors and Restricted Sections
Check the catalog for prerequisite and/or co-requisite courses at catalog.unm.edu
Economics MOPS Courses
- The Economics Department has several sections of classes that are reserved for MOPS students. Please make sure you are not selecting a MOPS section unless you are a student completing your entire major and minor online.
- Economics courses that have MOPS sections are listed on schedule.unm.edu
- If you are not MOPS student, you cannot register for these sections.
ECON451 Independent Study and ECON499 Senior Honor Thesis require instructor permission.
To view BA sample degree visit: degrees.unm.edu
To view BA and minor Coursework Requirements visit here
Economics is an interdisciplinary degree, please schedule an appointment to discuss interests and courses.
- ECON395 Feminist Economics (when offered) is also cross-listed with AMST395 and WMST395.
With any questions or concerns regarding the Economics major, minor, or coursework, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The BA Economics degree does require a minor and one should be declared by the time the Mandatory Department Orientation is placed on student’s account.
ECON395 Seminar in Current Economic Issues is a Winter Break study abroad option to Nepal where students gain experiential learning experience that combines hands-on research, hands-on community service-learning projects, and eco-adventure. For more information, click here.
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