### Core Course Requirements

In addition to Math 131, Math 132, Math 233, CSE 131, the following are also required:

- Math 309: Matrix Algebra
- Math 3200 or Math 493: Elementary To Intermediate Statistics or Probability
- Math 310 or Math 310W: Foundations of Higher Mathematics (with writing)
- Econ 1011: Introduction to Microeconomics
- Econ 1021: Introduction to Macroeconomics
- Econ 4011: Intermediate Microeconomics
- Econ 4021: Intermediate Macroeconomics
- Econ 413 or Econ 413W: Introduction to Econometrics (with Writing)

### Electives

Majors must complete 7 electives, with no fewer than 3 in each department.

#### Possible Math Electives

- Math 410: Introduction to Fourier Series and Integrals
- Math 415: Partial Differential Equations
- Math 416: Complex Analysis
- Math 4111: Introduction to Analysis
- Math 4121: Introduction to Lebesgue Integration
- Math 429: Linear Algebra
- Math 439: Linear Statistical Models
- Math 4392: Advanced Linear Statistical Models
- Math 449: Numerical Applied Mathematics
- Math 450: Topics in Applied Mathematics
- Math 456: Topics in Financial Mathematics
- Math 459: Bayesian Statistics
- Math 460: Multivariate Statistical Analysis
- Math 461: Time Series Analysis
- Math 462: Mathematical Foundations of Big Data
- Math 475: Statistical Computation
- Math 494: Mathematical Statistics
- Math 495: Stochastic Processes

#### Possible Economics Electives

- Econ 404: Behavioral and Experimental Economics
- Econ 407: Market Design
- Econ 410: Macroeconomics of Inequality
- Econ 4151: Applied Econometrics
- Econ 429: Decision Under Risk and Time
- Econ 435: Open Economy Macroeconomics
- Econ 437: The Economics of Financial Intermediation
- Econ 452: Industrial Organization
- Econ 460: Urban Economics
- Econ 467: Game Theory
- Econ 471: Development Economics
- Econ 477: Topics in Financial Economics: Investments
- Econ 477: Topics in Financial Economics: Asset Pricing
- Econ 480: Labor Economics
- Econ 484: Computational Macroeconomics