ECO 080 - Mathematical Methods in EconomicsSemester Hours: 3
Once a year
The course introduces students to mathematical concepts and methods that play a central role in contemporary economics. Although the emphasis is on the development of students’ mathematical competence, the course will highlight applications of mathematical techniques to aspects of economic theory selected by the instructor. Topics covered include basic algebra, calculus, and matrix algebra.
ECO 001, ECO 002, MATH 050 or instructor’s permission. Should be taken by majors as soon as possible after ECO 001 and ECO 002. (Formerly ECO 180 - Mathematical Methods in Economics.)
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