The Departments of Economics and Mathematics offer the Mathematical Economics program as a platform for systematic concentration in the mathematical approach to economics. Economics has progressed in the last several decades by making extensive use of mathematical techniques. As a result, students who wish to pursue graduate study in economics, finance, accounting and other disciplines that make an extensive use of economics, need a thorough grounding in both economics and mathematics. The Mathematical Economics curriculum provides this grounding with a broad selection of courses that cover all important areas of economics and the mathematical tools required for a critical, deep mastery of these areas. This program is especially recommended for those students who intend to pursue graduate studies in Economics.
In addition to completing general University and College or School requirements for graduation, students must fulfill the specific program requirements listed in the Undergraduate Bulletin.
Dimitrios Diamantaras, Adviser, Department of Economics
Ritter Annex 623
Boris A. Datskovsky, Adviser, Department of Mathematics
Wachman Hall 632