Mathematical Economics

Mathematical Economics BA

Program Goals

  • have the ability to process and evaluate effectively both theoretical and real-life quantitative data.
  • communicate using oral, written, or electronic media, and have the skills and background knowledge needed to recognize, isolate, and solve mathematical problems.
  • be committed and open to continuous learning and new ideas, and be able to use them for professional and personal development

After completing this program, students should:

  • make effective use of numerical computations, algebraic computations and probability and statistics
  • synthesize ideas and be able to communicate ideas in writing clearly and effectively
  • be able to handle unfamiliar concepts and situations
  • apply disciplined thinking techniques to new settings
  • translate real-life data into mathematics
  • use computing devices to assist discovery and analysis
  • approach situations with multiple perspectives
  • have sufficient mathematical background to pursue a graduate degree in economics or to find employment in a field where mathematics and economics are both used

Related Web Sites

Department of Economics

Department of Mathematics

Mathematical Economics Program Requirements

Mathematical Economics Advising Sheets and Flowcharts


Dr. Boris A. Datskovsky
Department of Mathematics
Wachman Hall, Room 632

Dr. Dimitrios Diamantaras
Department of Economics
Ritter Annex 623