Students Majoring Economics through the College of Arts and Sciences Including
- Economics (EASC)
- International Studies/Foreign Language & International Economics (FLIE)
- Mathematical Economics (ME)
You will see your professional advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences who will clarify and check the university and College of A&S requirements, and then lift your registration hold. Your advisor assignment is listed in MyUK under the MyInfo/MyAppointments tab. After completing this process, while not required, you are also encouraged to meet with your advisor in the Economics Department if you have questions with specific economic course selection or other questions related to being an economics major. Your assigned faculty advisor from the Economics Department may be found on the list at the bottom of the page.
Students Majoring in Economics through the College of Business and Economics
All Gatton Business and Economics students are required to meet with a professional staff advisor in the Undergraduate Resource Center (URC) to have your academic advisor hold lifted. You will see your professional advisor in the URC who will clarify and check the university and B&E requirements you need and then lift your academic advisor hold. Your advisor assignment is listed in myUK under the myInfo/myAppointments tab; there, you can schedule an appointment with your professional staff advisor or call the URC at 859-257-4627. While you are not required to speak with a faculty advisor in the Economics Department, if you need advice regarding graduate school options or internship and career advice, please email your assigned advisor from the list below to set up an appointment.
A&S Economics Majors, a B&E Economics Majors and FLIE majors
Your faculty advisor assignment in the Department of Economics is as follows:
|Student’s Major||Economics Faculty Advisor||Advisor’s Email Address||Address|
|A&S; B&E||Darshak Patelemail@example.com||225P B&E|
|FLIE||Alejandro Dellachiesafirstname.lastname@example.org||225N B&E|
|Math Econ||Adib Bagh||Adib.Bagh@uky.edu||223F B&E|