Economics and Mathematics Double Major Degree (B.A.)

Why Double Major in Economics and Mathematics?

By selecting appropriate core courses and mathematics electives, a Mathematics major may add a second major in Economics by completing additional upper-level coursework in Economics.

Requirements for the Double Major in Economics and Mathematics

Requirements for the Double Major: Mathematics and Economics

By selecting appropriate core courses and mathematics electives, a Mathematics major may add a second major in Economics by completing 15 credits of additional upper-level coursework in Economics.

    Required Core Courses - 6 Credits

    • ECON 0101 - Principles of Macroeconomics
    • ECON 0102 - Principles of Microeconomics

    Required Economics Courses - 6 Credits

    • ECON 0201 - Microeconomic Theory
    • ECON 0202 - Macroeconomic Theory

    Economics Elective Courses - 9 Credits

    • ECON 0300 - Money and Banking FINC 0320
    • ECON 0301 - Economics and Law
    • ECON 0302 - Economic History of the United States
    • ECON 0303 - Economics of Development
    • ECON 0304 - Urban Economics
    • ECON 0305 - Introduction to Econometric Methods FINC 0305
    • ECON 0306 - Managerial Economics
    • ECON 0307 - Economics, Gender, Race & Ethnicity
    • ECON 0312 - Labor Economics
    • ECON 0314 - Industrial Organization
    • ECON 0315 - Public Finance
    • ECON 0316 - Economic History of Europe
    • ECON 0318 - International Economics
    • ECON 0319 - Development of Economic Thought
    • ECON 0320 - Environmental Economics
    • ECON 0321 - Natural Resource Economics
    • ECON 0322 - The Economics of Sports
    • ECON 0350 - Current Economic Issues
    • ECON 0398 - Senior Research Seminar
    • ECON 0399 - Independent Study
    • MGMT 0338 - International Business

    Mathematics Elective Courses - 6 Credits

    Students double-majoring in mathematics and economics must take two of the following mathematics courses. These two mathematics courses will count towards fulfilling the requirements of both majors.

    • MATH 0333 - Applied Statistical and Experimental Design
    • MATH 0334 - Operations Research and Modeling
    • MATH 0340 - Mathematical Statistics I
    • MATH 0341 - Mathematical Statistics II Credits: 3

    Additional Graduation Requirements

    All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core .

      Clubs & Organizations

      Math Club

      The purpose of the Math Club is to provide students opportunities which broaden and enrich their participation in the world of mathematics.

      Math Club Constitution