199798 Undergraduate Calendar
XDegree Programs
Mathematical Economics
Department of Economics, College of Social Science
Most economic theory rests on explicit, formal, mathematical and/or statistical foundations. This specialization articulates and emphasizes these interactions. It is most suitable for students who either have, or wish to develop, a strong analytical background.
Note: Students majoring in Mathematical Economics who fail an Economics course twice will not be permitted to continue in the Mathematical Economics program.
A minimum of 26 courses is required, including:
 27160 Foundations of Programming
 OR
 27170 Introduction to Computing and Information Science

 36110 Introductory Macroeconomics
 36120 Introductory Microeconomics
 36231 Intermediate Microeconomics
 36241 Intermediate Macroeconomics
 36360 Macroeconomics in an Open Economy
 36371 Advanced Microeconomics
 36374 Introduction to Econometrics
 36471 Advanced Topics in Microeconomics
 36474 Econometrics I
 36477 Mathematical Economics: Statics
 36481 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
 36484 Econometrics II
 36487 Mathematical Economics: Dynamics
 63120 Calculus I
 63121 Calculus II
 63200 Set Theory
 63215 Applied Matrix Algebra

 63217 Differential Equations I
 OR
 63310 Differential Equations II

 63220 Advanced Calculus I
 63221 Advanced Calculus II
 63320 Real Analysis
 89204 Statistics I
 89310 Introductory Mathematical Statistics I
 89311 Introductory Mathematical Statistics II
 One 400 level Economics course.
Note: Students approaching the end of their program are strongly advised to take, by arrangement with the departmental advisor, at least one of the Special Study in Economics courses (36490, 36491).
For general calendar inquiries contact: sdorr@registrar.uoguelph.ca
Last revised: November 4, 1997.