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Bachelor of Science with a major in Applied Mathematical Economics (MTE) -- Description in the Undergraduate Catalog
The B.S. program in applied mathematical economics provides a foundation in economics, mathematics and statistics needed for graduate study in economics or applied statistics, or for research and technical careers in business or government service. This degree is offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Economics and Finance in the School of Business Administration.

Students must take a total of 27 credit hours in mathematics and 18 credit hours in economics.

Required courses:

  • MTH 168 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
  • MTH 169 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (Prerequisite: MTH 168)
  • MTH 218 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (Prerequisite: MTH 169)
  • MTH 308 Foundations and Discrete Mathematics (Prerequisite: MTH 169; should be taken as soon as possible after successful completion of MTH 169)
  • MTH 310 Linear Algebra and Matrices (Prerequisite: MTH 218 and MTH 308; should be taken as soon as possible after successful completion of MTH 308 and MTH 218)
  • MTH 330 Intermediate Analysis (Prerequisite: MTH 310)
  • MTH 411 Probability and Statistics I (Prerequisite: MTH 218 and MTH 308)
  • MTH 412 Probability and Statistics II (Prerequisite: MTH 411)
  • ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics (Prerequisite: ECO 203 recommended)
  • ECO 346 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (Prerequisite: ECO 203 or ECO 300)
  • ECO 347 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (Prerequisite: ECO 204 or ECO 300), ECO 203 recommended)
  • ECO 441 Econometrics (Prerequisite: ECO 203 and 204; or ECO 300; differential calculus and basic statistics; or permission of instructor)

In addition, take 3 credit hours of ECO electives (300-400 level; consult your advisor - not every class is appropriate for the MTE degree).

Course descriptions for all undergraduate mathematics courses
Course descriptions for all undergraduate economics courses

Information on when courses are offered

For more information about our undergraduate programs, contact

Dr. Joe Mashburn, Chair
Department of Mathematics
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-2316

Phone: 937-229-2511
Fax: 937-229-2566