Program description.
The interdepartmental MathematicsEconomics Program
(MECO) provides interdisciplinary work for students whose interest may
be in economics with a strong mathematical approach or in mathematics
applied to economic topics. Majors are expected to comply with the
general education expectations.
Entry
Requirements.

MATH121 and MATH122
or the equivalent, e.g., any 200level mathematics course.

ECON110.

Completion of, or current enrollment in,
ECON300
Recommended course sequences. In preparation for entering the program, a student
should completed by the end of the second year:

MATH121 and MATH122 or the equivalent, e.g., any 200level mathematics course

ECON110 and ECON300

COMP112 or COMP211 or any higher numbered computer science course
In addition, a student should have completed at least two of the courses listed below by the end of the second year.

MATH221 or 223, and MATH222

ECON301 and ECON302
Required courses. The concentration program requires at least 12 advanced (200level or higher) courses selected from the offerings of the
E
conomics and Mathematics departments. In addition to satisfying the entry requirements, students must complete

MATH221 or 223 and MATH222

ECON300, ECON301, and ECON302

ECON380 and ECON385

Two additional courses in economics numbered 201 or above, at least one of which must be numbered 308 or above

Three additional courses in mathematics or computer science
Mathematics courses must be numbered 200 or above. Students may elect
COMP301 and/or COMP312 and may elect other COMP courses subject to permission from their major advisor.
A student cannot double
major in MECO and computer science, or MECO and mathematics, or MECO and economics.
A student may, however, double major in economics and mathematics.