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Bachelor's Degree in Mathematical Economics

This major will prepare you for graduate study in economics and also facilitate a double major in either mathematical economics and actuarial science or mathematical economics and mathematical sciences. It combines requirements of both the Department of Economics and the Department of Mathematical Sciences.

You can look up the required courses in the mathematical economics major, the economics course descriptions and the mathematics courses descriptions in the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

You’ll need a minimum of 120 credit hours for graduation. See all the requirements for baccalaureate degrees and the University Core Curriculum from the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

Freshmen may declare a mathematical economics major by meeting with the freshman advisor in Academic Advising in North Quad, room 339. Sophomores should go to WB Advising Center in Whitinger Business Building, room 146, to declare this as a second major or switch to this major.