Degree Type
A.B., Sc.B.
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This concentration has two tracks. The first is the advanced economics track, which is intended to prepare students for graduate study in economics. The second is the mathematical finance track, which is intended to prepare students for graduate study in finance, or for careers in finance or financial engineering. Both tracks have A.B. degree versions and Sc.B. degree versions, as well as a Professional track option.

Student Goals

Students in this concentration will:

  • Become familiar with the key concepts and theories in micro- and macroeconomics and econometrics
  • Grasp the basic tools, methods, and findings of several fields of economics
  • Apply mathematical concepts and statistical techniques to research problems
  • Analyze the interdependence between the elements of complex systems
  • Collaborate with a faculty member on a senior capstone experience

Tracks

  • Advanced Economics
  • Advanced Economics - Professional (APMA Econ-Adv)
  • Mathematical Finance
  • Mathematical Finance - Professional (APMA Econ)

Department Undergraduate Group (DUG)

Student Leaders: Natalie Delworth, Katherine Webb

Graduating Class

Class Year Total Students Capstone Graduates Honors Graduates
2014 42 
2015 45   
2016 51 
2017 64   
2018 44   

Alumni Pathways

The Applied Mathematics - Economics concentration prepares students for graduate study in economics and finance and careers in finance or financial engineering. Recent alumni have gone into professions as diverse as management consulting, actuarial work, the law, and photography.

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