BSc/MSci Mathematics with Economics

First Year

Term 1

Mathematics
  • MATH1101 Analysis 1
  • MATH1201 Algebra 1
  • MATH1401 Mathematical Methods 1
Economics
  • ECON1604 Economics 1 (Combined Studies) 1 unit

Term 2

Mathematics
  • MATH1102 Analysis 2
  • MATH1202 Algebra 2
  • MATH1402 Mathematical Methods 2
Economics
  • ECON1604 cont.

Second Year

Term 1

Mathematics
  • MATH2101 Analysis 3: Complex Analysis
  • MATH2201 Algebra 3: Further Linear Algebra
  • MATH2401 Mathematical Methods 3
Economics
  • ECON2601 Economics 2 (Combined Studies) 1 unit

Term 2

Mathematics

Choice of 3 from:

  • MATH7102 Analysis 4: Real Analysis
  • MATH7112 Geometry and Groups
  • MATH7202 Algebra 4: Groups and Ring
  • MATH7304 Electromagnetism
  • MATH7402 Mathematical Methods 4
  • MATH7501 Probability and Statistics
  • MATH7601 Computational Methods
  • MATH7702 Number Theory
  • Outside (half-unit) Option
Economics
  • ECON2601 cont.

All Mathematics with Economics students are recommended to take 7501 Probability and Statistics Students on the MSci degree are recommended to take 3 Mathematics options to ensure that they have the background for enough options in Year 3/4

Third Year (BSc)

Mathematics
Economics
Various

Third Year (MSci)

Mathematics
Economics
Various

Fourth Year (MSci)

Mathematics
Economics
Various

Please note that a minimum of 3 units at M- level (Year 4) must be passed in order to graduate with a MSci; it may therefore be advisable to take more than 3 units at M-level.

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