The College of Arts & Sciences and McKelvey School of Engineering developed a new major that allows students interested in both economics and computer science to combine these two complementary disciplines efficiently, without having to pursue them as two separate majors.
|Math 131||Calculus I (AP credit may satisfy this requirement)||3|
|Math 132||Calculus II (AP credit may satisfy this requirement)||3|
|Math 2200||Elementary Probability and Statistics *||3|
|or Math 3200||Elementary to Intermediate Statistics and Data Analysis|
|or ESE 326||Probability and Statistics for Engineering|
|Math 233||Calculus III||1-3|
|or Econ 493||Mathematical Economics|
|CSE 131||Introduction to Computer Science||3|
|CSE 247||Data Structures and Algorithms||3|
|CSE 347||Analysis of Algorithms||3|
|Econ 1011||Introduction to Microeconomics (AP credit may satisfy this requirement)||3|
|Econ 1021||Introduction to Macroeconomics (AP credit may satisfy this requirement)||3|
|Econ 4011||Intermediate Microeconomic Theory||3|
|Econ 413||Introduction to Econometrics||3|
|or Econ 413W||Introduction to Econometrics with Writing|
Of these options, Math 3200 is the preferred course.
Six upper-level approved courses from the Department of Economics and Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) are required: three from Economics and three from CSE. Students who satisfied the Econ 1011 and/or Econ 1021 requirements with AP credits can instead take electives in either department and add at most one course from outside of both departments.