Challenge yourself with complex material delivered in small-group environments, gaining skills ideal for graduate studies or for a career in government, banking, or business.
Mathematical Economics explores the complex and ever-changing economic dilemmas the world faces, examining the production and distribution of scarce resources. By combining core courses in economics and mathematics, you’ll learn how to analyze games of strategy, understand bargaining and auctions (game theory), make sense of complex economic data (econometrics), maximize profit and minimize costs (optimization) and augment happiness (welfare economics).
- B.Sc. (Honours)
The Trent Advantage
- Undertake a research project with your professor and gain hands-on experience working with an expert in the field
- Take courses that encourage you to move beyond theory to applying your skills and knowledge outside the classroom, the University and beyond
- Internationalize your degree with a study abroad experience – where in the world do you want to learn more about math?
- Statistics for Economics and Management
- Mathematical Economics and Economics Models
- Statistical Inference
- Linear Programming
- Mathematical Risk Management
- Rate Analyst
- Financial Auditor
- Account Executive
- Economic Advisor
- Financial Analyst
- Insurance Analyst