APPLICATION for Honors FNCE 101: Monetary Economics and the Global Economy Professor Jeremy Siegel – FNCE 101 - Spring 2013 Section: 301 (MW 10:30-12 noon ) Pre-requisites are Econ 10 (or Econ 1 and 2) and Math 104. The application deadline is Monday, September 24th , 2012, at midnight. • To apply, please complete this form and save it as a MS Word ‘doc’ file, renaming it in the following format: yourlastname-firstname-fnce101-13A-Siegel.doc. Email the file to [email protected] (Please use the same identifier in the subject line of your email: yourlastname-firstname-fnce101-13A-siegel.) • Notification of admission will be sent via email prior to Advance Registration. (Students applying both here and to Prof. Souleles honors sections must submit the corresponding applications in separate emails. The assignments for Prof. Siegel’s sections will be made first.) A) Date of Application: _________________ Last 4 digits of Social Security #: _XXX_ - _XX__ - __ __ __ __ Name (as registered, no nicknames please):___________________ PENN ID #_______________________ E-mail address:_______________________________________ NOTE: PROFESSOR SIEGEL’S CLASSES WILL BEGIN MONDAY, JANUARY 7 TO CORRESPOND WITH THE MBA PROGRAM. ALTHOUGH THE FIRST CLASS WILL BE RECORDED, ALL ADMITTED STUDENTS SHOULD MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ATTEND. 1. 2. 3. 4. B) Also provide the following information: Are you a member of any of the following honors or joint-degree programs? (mark with “X” all that apply): Joseph Wharton Scholars: ______ Benjamin Franklin Scholars: ____ University Scholars: ____ Huntsman: ____ M & T: ____________ Other dual-degree (which? ______________ ) Anticipated major(s) or concentration(s): __________________Anticipated minor(s): ________________ Expected graduation date: ___________________ Overall GPA: ___________ (NOTE: ALL GRADES WILL BE VERIFIED) Semester Taken (and Name, 5. Prior Courses if another course) Grade(s) Transferred/Waived/AP credit ? (explain, provide grades if available) ECON 10 (or Econ 2 or equivalent and… … Econ 1 or equivalent) MATH 104 (or equivalent) BPUB 250 (if taken) 6. List other Finance and Economics courses taken (include the current semester): Course #/Title Semester Taken Instructor Grade (if rec’d) 7. If you wish, add any other information that you believe relevant to this application.