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Professor Eberly has been an Associate Editor of the American Economic Review and other academic journals and Senior Associate Editor of the Journal of Monetary Economics. Previously Professor Eberly served on the staff of the President's Council of Economic Advisors and on the advisory committees of the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). She was elected to the Executive Committee of the American Economic Association in 2008. Professor Eberly was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2013 and is Editor of the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. She has won numerous awards for her teaching, including Chairs' Core Teaching Awards and Outstanding Professor Awards from the Executive Master's Program. She is Academic Director of the CEO Perspectives Program (Kellogg's most senior executive education program), a joint venture between the Kellogg School of Management, Corporate Leadership Center and Chicago Booth School of Business. Professor Eberly received her . in Economics from MIT.

Veterinary Technology Course Offerings

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Things to Keep in Mind When Making Your Schedule
  • The number of students needing to take some courses is so great, that we have to offer multiple “sections” of those courses. These sections are all equivalent in terms of the material covered in the class but differ in their meeting time/place and instructor.  You only need to take ONE section for each course.
  • Sections denoted as ##N are taught face-to-face on the Natchitoches campus.
  • Sections denoted as 45N or higher are night classes (the class begins AFTER 5:00 pm and typically meet only once a week).
  • The following abbreviations are used for the days of the week:
    • M – Monday
    • T- Tuesday
    • W – Wednesday
    • R – Thursday
    • F – Friday
  • Most lecture classes are worth 3 credit hours and most laboratory classes are worth 1 credit hour.
  • Most lecture classes (except for night classes) meet two or three times a week. The total time a class meets during a week is the same regardless of the number of times it meets in a week.
    • A class that meets on MWF will meet for 50 minutes, three times a week.
    • A class that meets on TR or MW will meet for 75 minutes, twice a week.
  • Most laboratory classes meet only once a week for 2-3 hours at a time. These lab classes are always in the afternoon/evening.
  • You need to register for AT LEAST 12 credit hours for the semester to be considered a full-time student (., qualify for financial aid/scholarships, etc.)
  • Your first semester, we recommend that you take no more than ~15 credit hours.
How to Determine Your Academic Advisor To determine who your academic advisor is:

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