Today's global economic reality is increasingly intricate; in this setting, a solid background in both mathematics and economics can be critical for success.
Mathematical economics, an interdisciplinary undergraduate bachelor's degree program through the Reh School of Business and the School of Arts & Sciences, was designed to tackle the complexities of the business environment.
It's a program that's ideal for students looking to participate in a rigorous course of study in mathematics, economics and the interaction between these two disciplines. As a student in the mathematical economics major, you will learn a broad range of economic theories and mathematical techniques that, together, will enable you to apply analytical techniques to contemporary issues in economics, finance and beyond. You will also have the flexibility to direct your studies towards your own interests, including economic theory, data analytics, financial analysis and more.