
University of Alberta Calendar 20232024 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Bachelor of Science Mathematics and Economics Subject Area



General Information
The subject area requirements listed on this page are part of the Bachelor of Science offered by the Faculty of Science. Students must ensure they are familiar with and follow all University Regulations and Faculty of Science Regulations in addition to the program requirements outlined below.
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Honors in Mathematics and Economics Requirements
9 units from:
 any 200, 300, and 400level ECON course
6 units from:
 any 200, 300, and 400level course with the following course designators:
 MATH (See Note 4)
 STAT (See Note 4)
Notes:
 CMPUT 274 and CMPUT 275 can serve as substitutes for CMPUT 174 and CMPUT 175 , respectively.
 Students who successfully complete MATH 117 must replace MATH 216 with 3 units selected from MATH at the 200level or higher.
 Students who complete MATH 127 and MATH 227 can replace MATH 226 with 3 units selected from any 200, 300, and 400level MATH course.
 If only one of MATH 417 and STAT 479 is taken, then 3 units of this program requirement must be at the 400level; if neither MATH 417 nor STAT 479 are taken, then the full 6 units must be at the 400level.
 With consent of the Department, students may substitute MATH 100 for MATH 117 , MATH 134 , MATH 144 or MATH 154 ; MATH 101 for MATH 118 , MATH 136 , MATH 146 or MATH 156 ; MATH 102 for MATH 125 or MATH 127 .
 ECON 299 , ECON 386 or ECON 387 may not be used for credit in any Honors degree offered by the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.
 300 and 400level ECON courses require successful completion of either the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writings in Economics or ECON 109 .
Major in Mathematics and Economics Requirements
12 units from:
 any 200, 300, and 400level ECON course
3 units from:
 any 400level ECON course
9 units from:
 any 300 and 400level course with the following course designators (with at least 6 units at the 400level):


