University of Guelph 1997-98 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree 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.

Honours Program Major

A minimum of 26 courses is required, including:

27-160 Foundations of Programming
27-170 Introduction to Computing and Information Science
36-110 Introductory Macroeconomics
36-120 Introductory Microeconomics
36-231 Intermediate Microeconomics
36-241 Intermediate Macroeconomics
36-360 Macroeconomics in an Open Economy
36-371 Advanced Microeconomics
36-374 Introduction to Econometrics
36-471 Advanced Topics in Microeconomics
36-474 Econometrics I
36-477 Mathematical Economics: Statics
36-481 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
36-484 Econometrics II
36-487 Mathematical Economics: Dynamics
63-120 Calculus I
63-121 Calculus II
63-200 Set Theory
63-215 Applied Matrix Algebra
63-217 Differential Equations I
63-310 Differential Equations II
63-220 Advanced Calculus I
63-221 Advanced Calculus II
63-320 Real Analysis
89-204 Statistics I
89-310 Introductory Mathematical Statistics I
89-311 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 (36-490, 36-491).

1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar
X--Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts--B.A.

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