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 visit:
For questions – please contact the undergraduate counselors in the Department of Mathematics.
Office: 6356 Math Science Building
Phone: (310) 206-1286