Modern Economics uses mathematical tools to model economics decisions and empirically test the predictions of these models. The Mathematics/Economics B.S. program rigorously trains students in the mathematical and statistical techniques required to take on the most scientific economics classes and prepare them for a career in research. It is ideal for students who wish to obtain a graduate degree in economics, or work in financial engineering, data analytics, or actuarial studies.

This major is housed in the Department of Mathematics. For additional information on this major, please click here.

For questions, please contact the undergraduate counselors in the Department of Mathematics.