**1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar **

*X--Degree Programs*

## Mathematical Economics

Department of Economics, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences

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.

**Semester 1**

- 36-120 [0.50]
**Introductory Microeconomics**
- 27-160 [0.50]
**Foundations of Programming**
- [1.50] elective

**Semester 2**

- 36-110 [0.50]
**Introductory Macroeconomics**
- 63-120 [0.50]
**Calculus I**
- [1.50] elective

**Semester 3**

- 89-204 [0.50]
**Statistics I**
- 36-231 [0.50]
**Intermediate Microeconomics**
- 63-121 [0.50]
**Calculus II**
- [1.00] elective

**Semester 4**

- 36-241 [0.50]
**Intermediate Macroeconomics**
- 36-374 [0.50]
**Introduction to Econometrics**
- [0.50] restricted elective
- [1.00] elective

**Semester 5**

- 36-371 [0.50]
**Advanced Microeconomics**
- [2.00] restricted elective or elective

**Semester 6**

- 36-360 [0.50]
**Macroeconomics in an Open Economy**
- [2.00] restricted elective or elective

**Semester 7**

- 36-471 [0.50]
**Advanced Topics in Microeconomics**
- 36-474 [0.50]
**Econometrics I**
- 36-477 [0.50]
**Mathematical Economics: Statics**
- [1.00] restricted elective or elective

**Semester 8**

- 36-481 [0.50]
**Advanced Macroeconomic Theory**
- 36-484 [0.50]
**Econometrics II**
- 36-487 [0.50]
**Mathematical Economics: Dynamics**
- 36-490 [0.50]
**Special Study in Economics**
- [0.50] elective

Of the [4.00] restricted electives, at least [1.00] must be from Mathematics and [1.00] must be from Statistics. The remaining [2.00] can be from either subject area. Of the [4.00] credits, at least [1.00] must be at the 300 level or above and the remaining [3.00] must be at the 200 level or above.

**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).

For general calendar inquiries contact: sdorr@registrar.uoguelph.ca

For Admission inquiries contact: jphippen@registrar.uoguelph.ca

Last revised: March 16 1998.