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2020-2021 Catalog

Mathematics and Economics, A.B. Joint Major (Class of 2023 and beyond)


The major consists of a minimum of 15 courses:

MATH 161Calculus I


MATH 165Calculus I+


MATH 162Calculus II

MATH 263Calculus III


MATH 272Linear Algebra with Applications


MATH 300Vector Spaces


MATH 282Techniques of Mathematical Modeling

MATH 306Operations Research

MATH 335Probability

MATH 336Mathematical Statistics

ECON 101Principles of Economics

ECON 251Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON 252Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECON 253Fundamentals of Econometrics


ECON 327Applied Microeconometrics


ECON 366Macroeconometrics


One additional 300-level ECON elective

Mathematics-Economics Capstone elective


Capstone Experience

In the form of a course, taken during the senior year, designed to integrate the ideas and techniques students have encountered in their work in Mathematics and Economics. The Capstone Experience may consist of MATH 301, MATH 347, ECON 324 or an additional upper level econometrics course (ECON 327 or ECON 366).

Any one from CS 104, CS 105, CS 106 or CM 151 is recommended as an elective for students in this major.

Administration of the Joint Major in Mathematics and Economics and advising of students in the program is done by the Department of Mathematics.

This page reflects the requirements for completing this major. General graduation requirements for all students can be found here.