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Courses and Registration

Here are links students regularly use to choose and enroll in courses each term. Advisors use these links to help review students' progress. The most current information available about our course offerings can be found in Vanderbilt's online course catalog. Please select either undergraduate or graduate offerings. Use the links below to find the home page for the current course offerings. The Vanderbilt University Academic Calendar shows the dates of classes for the year.  

Students should pursue courses likely to lead to a major during their first and second years. Completing some of AXLE is valuable, particularly writing, math, and foreign language, but several categories may be completed in junior and senior year.  Here is a link to summary of AXLE for faculty. YES allows searching for courses by AXLE categories, a convenient way to find alternative paths through the curriculum. To find courses in each AXLE category, go to YES, class search, and use “Advanced Search—class attributes".



VU Economics News 

  • bill The Economic History Association has appointed Bill Collins as the next editor of the Journal of Economic History.  His term begins in 2016.


  • announcementEugene Vorobeychik (Engineering) and Myrna Wooders (Economics) have been awarded a grant for $442,051 for the next three years in support their research project, "Theory and Application of Mechanism Design for Team Formation." This project addresses questions of design of mechanisms for efficient team formation from the perspectives of computer science, microeconomics, experimental economics, and game theory. The grant is sponsored by the Division of Information and Intelligent Systems of the NSF.

Contact Information

Phone: (615) 322-2871

Fax: (615) 343-8495

Write to:
Department of Economics
Vanderbilt University
VU Station B, Box #351819
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, TN 37235