Economics and Mathematics are complementary disciplines. Indeed, much of current economic theory is expressed in terms of mathematical models, and most branches of economics use mathematical, statistical and computational concepts extensively. Also, many advances in mathematics have been motivated by problems from economics.
This new program is jointly offered by the Faculty of Mathematics and the Department of Economics in the Faculty of Arts.
The Mathematical Economics program is designed to be excellent preparation for graduate school either in economics or various areas of mathematics and statistics. Students with a strong interest in economics and economic theory will find this program very rewarding.
Complete list of the course requirements.
Mathematical Economics Program Director
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