Currently, two joint major programs are offered: joint major in Economics and Mathematics, and joint major in Economics and Computer Sciences.

**Joint major in Economics and Mathematics**

This joint major is offered by the Department of Economics together with the Department of Mathematics. This joint major is intended for the student with strong mathematical skills who seeks formal training in economic analysis and advanced mathematical methods. It is particularly well suited for students who intend to pursue a graduate degree in economics or related quantitative fields. Students pursuing this joint major will satisfy the economics component of the joint major following the theory track of the Economics major.

Nine economics courses in the theory concentration and nine mathematics courses are required.

The nine required economics courses are:

· Introduction to Microeconomics (ECON‐UA 2),

· Introduction to Macroeconomics (ECON‐UA 1),

· Microeconomic Analysis (ECON-UA 11)

· Macroeconomic Analysis (ECON-UA 13)

· Analytical Statistics (ECON‐UA 20)

· Introduction to Econometrics (ECON-UA 266)

· Two 300-level economics theory electives (numbers ECON-UA 300-399)

· One additional economics elective