Bachelor of Science in Economics - Mathematical Economics Concentration Program By Drexel University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Economics - Mathematical Economics Concentration

Bachelor of Science in Economics - Mathematical Economics Concentration

Drexel University

University City Campus, Philadelphia, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 60 months
Economics is at the root of business decisions, government policy making, and global relations. As a course of study, it can lead to diverse career opportunities, and is often viewed favorably as excellent preparation for graduate programs such as business and law. Although housed in the LeBow College of Business, the economics major is a free-standing major with different requirements in the liberal arts and sciences and a deeper, more complete coverage of economics than any other curriculum. Students majoring in economics benefit from complementary studies in one or more areas, depending on their interests and long-term plans. The BS in Economics program introduces students to modern economics within the context of a general scientific and humanities curriculum. This degree is oriented towards students interested in acquiring a broad-based education with a focus on quantitative and professional skills. The degree stipulates that students either complete one of the specific economic concentrations (Mathematical Economics) or develop a depth of knowledge in a secondary minor or major field outside of economics. Mathematical Economics Concentration: This concentration prepares students for graduate study in quantitative and rigorous programs in economics and related fields. This program will also prepare students for professional work in quantitative economics or closely related areas, by providing coursework in economics and mathematics, in the context of a general scientific and humanities curriculum.