Students seeking a mathematics and economics joint major must adhere to the following rules and requirements:
Completion of at least 58 credits in mathematics and economics courses (see below for detail).
Earn at least a 2.00 in all courses required for the major. The S/NC option is not permitted.
The Dietrich School 12-credit related area is not required.
Students should check with the departmental advisors in mathematics and economics about the required W course.
Students planning to do graduate study should keep in mind that many graduate programs require reading knowledge of one or two second languages.
The joint major provides not only a set of requirements but also suggested course sequences of mathematics and economics courses that are compatible with each other and that prepare students for various specialties. The courses follows