Requirements

 

Students beginning their studies in Fall 2013 or later can opt for a Basic or a Mathematical Economics Major Track. These are both considered under the Economics Department:

 

ECONOMICS BASIC TRACK: 34 CREDITS

 

REQUIRED COURSES, 19 CREDITS:

  • ECO 1010, Principles of Economics, 3 Credits
  • MAT 1412 or 1410, Calculus 1 or Fundamentals of Calculus, 4 Credits
  • STA 1021, Introduction to Statistics, 3 Credits
  • ECO 1101, Intermediate Microeconomics (MAT 1412/1410 pre req), 3 Credits
  • ECO 1201, Intermediate Macroeconomics (MAT 1412/1410 pre req), 3 Credits
  • ECO 1421, Econometrics (STA 1021 pre req), 3 Credits

REGULAR ECONOMICS ELECTIVES, 9 CREDITS:

This may include 6 credits for finance and accounting classes, but no more than 3 for accounting

 

ADVANCED ECONOMIC ELECTIVES, 6 CREDITS:

Advanced economic electives are those with either ECO 1101 or ECO 1201 as pre-requisites

 

MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS TRACK: 36 CREDITS

REQUIRED COURSES, 24 CREDITS:

  • MAT 1412, Calculus 1, 4 Credits
  • MAT 1413, Calculus 2, 4 Credits
  • MAT 1510, Multivariable Calculus, 4 Credits
  • ECO 1101, Intermediate Microeconomics (MAT 1412 pre req), 3 Credits      
  • ECO 1201, Intermediate Macroeconomics (MAT 1412 pre req), 3 Credits
  • STA 1021/ MAT 2461 Intro Stat/ Prob.Theory, 3 Credits
  • ECO 1421/ MAT 2462, Econometrics/ Math Stat, 3 Credits

 

REGULAR ECONOMICS ELECTIVES, 6 CREDITS*: 


ADVANCED ECONOMICS ELECTIVES, 6 CREDITS*:


**Regular electives are courses that do not require ECO 1101 or ECO 1201 as a pre-requisite. For the math track they may include ECO 1010 or a Finance/Accounting class, but not both. Advanced electives are those that have ECO 1101 or 1201 as a pre-requisite.

 

 

ECONOMICS MINOR: 19 CREDITS

REQUIRED COURSES, 7 CREDITS

 

ECO 1010, Principles of Economics, 3 Credits

MAT 1412 or 1410, Calculus 1 or Fundamentals of Calculus, 4 Credits

 

REGULAR ECONOMICS ELECTIVES, 12 CREDITS 

 

*STA1021 may count towards the minor only if ECO1421 is also taken.

 

NOTECourses within any given major or minor require a grade of a “C-“or better to fulfill its requirement