Joint Honours in Mathematics and Economics

Suggested course sequence
4 years / 120 course units

YearFallWinter
1st year
(30 course units)
  • ENG1100 (compulsory course)
  • ECO1104 (compulsory course)
  • MAT1320 (compulsory course)
  • MAT1341 (compulsory course)
  • MAT1362 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: (compulsory course) ENG1120 or ENG1121
  • ECO1102 (compulsory course)
  • MAT1322 (compulsory course)
  • 6 elective course units
2nd year
(30 course units)
  • ECO2142 (compulsory course)
  • ECO2144 (compulsory course)
  • MAT2122 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: MAT2141 or MAT2342
  • MAT2371 (compulsory course)
  • ECO2143 (compulsory course)
  • ECO2145 (compulsory course)
  • MAT2125 (compulsory course)
  • MAT2375 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: 1 MAT2143, MAT2324, MAT2348, MAT2355, MAT2362 2
3rd year
(30 course units)
  • ECO3152 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: 1 MAT2143, MAT2324, MAT2348, MAT2355, MAT2362 2
  • 6 optional course units in economics (ECO) at the 3000- or 4000-level 1
  • 3 optional course units in mathematics (MAT) at the 3000- or 4000-level 1
  • ECO3151 (compulsory course) 
  • ECO3153 (compulsory course)
  • 3 optional course units in economics (ECO) at the 3000- or 4000-level 1
  • 6 optional course units in mathematics (MAT) at the 3000- or 4000-level 1
4th year
(30 course units)
  • 3 optional course units in economics (ECO) at the 4000-level 1
  • 3 optional course units in mathematics (MAT) at the 4000-level 1
  • 3 optional course units in mathematics (MAT) at the 3000- or 4000-level 1
  • 6 elective course units
  • 3 optional course units in economics (ECO) at the 4000-level 1
  • 3 optional course units in mathematics (MAT) at the 3000- or 4000-level 1
  • 9 elective course units

Notes

  1. These courses are offered and can be completed during the fall or winter session.
  2. MAT2362 is strongly recommended and is required for further study of logic.

Students planning to go to graduate school in Mathematics and Statistics must consult the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 

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