Handbook for Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Economics


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  1. The Program
  2. Advising
  3. Required Courses
  4. Table of Math and Economics Courses
  5. Check List
  6. Check List (admission prior to Fall 2008)
  7. Sample Curriculum



1. The Program

The Departments of Mathematical Sciences and Economics at the University of Delaware offer a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Economics. This program is recommended for students whose goals are to specialize in mathematics and economics, with special emphasis on applications of mathematics to economics. It will prepare students to pursue graduate studies in economics or mathematics, and it can position majors to compete favorably in the job marketplace.

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2. Advising

Students are required to consult their advisors prior to registering for courses. The advisors are also a source of information on careers and other items of interest to the students.

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3. Required Courses

University Requirements

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College Requirements

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Major Requirements (C- or better required for all courses)

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Required Related Work (C- or better required for all courses)

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Electives

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4. Table of MATH and ECON courses mentioned above

Course

Prerequisite

Offered *

ECON301

ECON151 and MATH241

Fall, Spring

ECON302

ECON152

Fall, Winter, Spr., Summer

ECON303

ECON152 or permission of instructor

Fall, Spring

ECON406

ECON301, MATH241, and MATH202 or MATH450

Occasionally in the Spring

ECON422

ECON152, MATH241, and MATH202 or MATH450

Fall

ECON423

ECON422

Spring

ECON426

ECON301 and MATH241

Fall

ECON430

ECON303

Spring

ECON443

ECON301 and ECON303

Fall

 

ECON301

Winter

 

ACCT207

Fall, Winter, Spring

MATH210

MATH221 or MATH241 or MATH242 (corequisite)

Fall, Winter, Spring

MATH230

MATH221

Fall, Winter, Spring

MATH242

MATH241

Fall, Winter, Spr., Summer

MATH243

MATH242

Fall, Winter, Spr., Summer

MATH245

MATH242 and MATH210

Fall, Spring

MATH268

 

Fall

MATH302

MATH243

Fall, Spring, Summer

MATH349

MATH230 or MATH242

Fall, Spring

MATH350

MATH243 (corequisite)

Fall, Spring

MATH401

MATH245

Spring

MATH426

MATH349 or MATH341 or MATH351 and CISC*

Fall

MATH450

MATH350 or equivalent

Fall, Spring

MATH503

300 or higher level course on differential equations

Fall

MATH512

300 or higher level course on differential equations

Fall

MATH529

MATH349

Spring

MATH530*

MATH302, MATH349, ECON301 and ECON303

Fall

MATH201

College Algebra

Fall, Spring

MATH202

MATH201

Fall, Spring

* Course offering may vary from year to year depending on enrollment and other factors. Check with the corresponding department for actual offering before registering for courses. In particular, check the offering of MATH courses.

*The CISC prerequisite for MATH426 is a course which includes a programming language such as CISC 105, 106, 120 or 181.

* Capstone course for the major.

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5. Check List

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7. Sample Curriculum

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