The B.Econ. Honours Concentration in Mathematics and Quantitative Economics is normally completed during all four of four years of full-time study and provides a rigorous and intensive grounding in the mathematical and statistical tools of modern economics. This concentration is recommended to individuals who desire the best possible preparation for graduate studies in economics.
Recommended Course Pattern
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|MATH 1007 (or MATH 1004) * †||MATH 2007 †||1.0 credit from: MATH 2000 or MATH 2008 & MATH 3009||1.0 credit from: MATH 2454, MATH 3001, MATH 3107|
|MATH 1107 (or MATH 1104) * ‡||MATH 2107 ‡||0.5 credit from: ECON 4004 or MATH 3801, ECON 4005, ECON 4700, ECON 4713, ECON 4714|
|Concentration and (non-concentration) elective courses may be re-distributed to some extent across years. As a general rule, students should schedule concentration courses first and elective courses second for a given year.|
* MATH 1007 (or MATH 1004) and MATH 1107 (or MATH 1104) are not counted as part of the concentration. As prerequisites for MATH 2007 and MATH 2107 that preclude additional credit for (MATH / )ECON 1401 and (MATH / )ECON 1402, however, MATH 1007 (or MATH 1004) and MATH 1107 (or MATH 1104) must be taken by students in place of ECON 1401 and ECON 1402 in satisfying that (non-concentration, Major) requirement of the B.Econ. Honours with Concentration(s) program.
† Instead of MATH 1007 and MATH 2007, students may take MATH 1002 [1.0 credit].
‡ Instead of MATH 1107 and MATH 2107, students may take MATH 1102 [1.0 credit].