Major in Mathematical Economics

Develop your aptitude for mathematics by considering its application to economic problems. Mathematics is an invaluable element of economic analysis and has opened up large areas of inquiry. These areas include problems involving consumer behaviour, the interactions among producers as they compete for market share, macroeconomic outcomes such as inflation and unemployment, international trade and competitiveness. Courses in mathematics, statistics, economics and econometrics will sharpen your analytical skills for an interesting career in industry or government, graduate work, and provide a solid understanding of social policy issues and government actions.

Academic program requirements:

  1. Mathematical Economics (ECON)
  2. Mathematical Economics (Co-op) (ECON:C)