A major in Economics and Mathematics must complete the following 15 courses or their equivalents:
Economics: (8 courses)
ECON BC 1003 Introduction to Economic Reasoning
ECON BC 3018 Econometrics
ECON BC 3033 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON BC 3035 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
ECON BC 3041 Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy
ECON BC 3062 Senior Thesis (two semesters of the Senior Thesis are optional) or a Senior Seminar in Economics or Mathematics (ECON BC 3063, MATH V 3951, MATH V 3952 or an equivalent approved by the Chairs of the Mathematics and Economic majors)
Two economics electives with an intermediate micro- or macroeconomic theory course as prerequisite.
Mathematics: (7 courses)
MATH V 1102, 1201 Calculus II, III
MATH V 2010 Linear Algebra
MATH V 2500 Analysis and Optimization (or MATH W 4061 Introduction to Modern Analysis)
SIEO W 3600 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Two electives at or above the 2000 level, one of which can be MATH V 3951 or MATH V 3952, the undergraduate seminar in mathematics. MATH E 1210 is also an approved elective.
Students must obtain approval from each department representative before selecting electives. In exceptional cases, these may be from related fields; other courses can be taken with prior approval.