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ECON 375

Mathematical Economics

This course integrates mathematical techniques and economic theory. Mathematical techniques, such as linear algebra and differential calculus, are used to examine the mathematical foundation of the neo-classical paradigm. Economic concepts, such as profit maximization, utility maximization and cost minimization are considered using optimization and comparative static techniques. Prerequisite: ECON 294 and MATH 151 .

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
ECON 294 and MATH 151 1 course