Interested in graduate study in economics? An MBA in a quantitative field? Do you want to understand and explore the ever-growing influence of mathematics and statistics in the field of economics? Consider a combined economics-mathematics major.

You'll specialize in both economics and mathematics and take advantage of a rigorous curriculum that focuses as much on the fundamentals of both disciplines as it does in exploring how a combination of mathematical and economic theories and principles can provide a critical lens through which to reflect upon and impact social and economic challenges in the real world.

You'll gain a broader understanding of the world around you, the forces at work in business, social, and governmental settings as you refine analytical skills and learn quantitative methods.

And you'll team with a faculty of distinguished scholars who secure prestigious grants and generous research funding to explore issues that span both fields.