Mathematics & Statistics

Mathematics15-16
Option 1—four courses:
Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1
Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2
Calculus--Functions of Several Variables
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Elementary Matrix and Linear Algebra
Option 2—Honors sequence (3 courses):
Topics in Calculus I
Topics in Calculus II
Topics in Multi-Variable Calculus and Linear Algebra
Statistics (1 course)3
Statistics: Measurement in Economics (Recommended)
Accelerated Introduction to Statistical Methods
Introductory Econometrics
Introduction to Probability and Mathematical Statistics I
Introduction to Theory and Methods of Mathematical Statistics I
Introductory Applied Statistics for Engineers
Total Credits18-19

 economics

30 credits to include:

Microeconomics & Macroeconomics (Select one):4-8
Principles of Microeconomics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Economics-Accelerated Treatment
Intermediate Theory (Select one):6-8
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
and Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory - Advanced Treatment
and Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory - Advanced Treatment (Honors Econ )
Introductory Econometrics
ECON 410 Introductory Econometrics4
Three Advanced ECON courses: 16-8
The Financial System
Analytical Public Finance
Macroeconomic Policy
Human Resources and Economic Growth
Wages and the Labor Market
The Economic Approach to Human Behavior
Behavioral Economics
Industrial Structure and Competitive Strategy
Economic Forecasting
International Trade and Finance
International Industrial Organizations
Industrial Organization and Imperfect Competition
Economics of Growth
Markets with Frictions
Wealth and Income
Game Theory and Economic Analysis
Law and Economics
Economics of Education: Theory and Measurement
The Economics of Health Care
Honors Tutorial in Research Project Design
Population Economics
Issues in International Finance
Topics in Economics
Additional credits to achieve 30 in the major:
Select any Advanced course (above) or one of these Applied Economics courses:
Introduction to Finance
Development of Economic Thought
The Real Estate Process
Investment Theory
Sports Economics
Money and Banking
Environmental Economics
Survey of International Economics
Economics of Poverty and Inequality
Contemporary Economic Issues
Urban and Regional Economics
Economic Decision Analysis
Urban and Regional Economics
Government and Natural Resources
Latin American Economic Development
The American Economy to 1865
The American Economy Since 1865
Economic Growth and Development in Southeast Asia
Economic Problems of Developing Areas
Agricultural and Economic Development in Africa
Philosophy and Economics
Natural Resource Economics
Public Finance in Less Developed Countries
Housing Economics and Policy
Population and Society
Energy Economics
Total Credits30

RESIDENCE and QUALITY OF WORK

2.000 GPA in all major and ECON courses

2.000 GPA on 15 upper-level major courses taken in residence2

15 credits in ECON, taken on the UW–Madison campus