Chair of Economics
T. Drewes, B.A. (Lakehead), Ph.D. (Queen's).
Chair of Mathematics
R. Yassawi, B.Sc. (London School of Economics), M.Sc., Ph.D. (McGill)
See listing of faculty in Economics and in Mathematics.
This program is intended for mathematically talented students who are considering graduate studies and possibly a research career in economics.
There is no Minor and there is no General Major in Mathematical Economics.
Bachelor of Science program in Mathematical Economics
See p.22 for requirements which apply to all undergraduate degree programs.
C- (60%) or higher is required in a course if it is to serve as a prerequisite for another course in the program.
For information on individual courses, see calendar entries for Economics and for Mathematics.
Students wishing to transfer to a single major in either Economics or Mathematics should consult the chair of the appropriate department before beginning third year.
The single-major Honours program. At least 10 credits in Economics. The program must include:
7.0 credits consisting of ECON 101H, 102H, 200H, 201H, 300H, 301H, 320H, 325H, 400H, 404, 405H, 420H, 425H.
1.0 ECON credits at the fourth year level.
2.0 ECON credits in addition to the above and excluding ECON-ADMN 220H and ECON-ADMN 225H.
3.5 credits in Mathematics consisting of MATH 1100 (110), MATH 1350H (135H), MATH 1550H (155H), MATH 2110H (201H), MATH 2560H (256H), MATH 3350H (335H).
The following courses are particularly suited to the Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Economics, and students may wish to consider them as electives: MATH 2150H, 2350H, 3700H, 3510H, 3560H, 3570H, 3610H, 4510H, 4561H and 4563H