[ECON 305] Mathematical Economics

This course uses techniques from mathematics to extend the models developed in the Intermediate Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory courses. Static, comparative static, dynamic, and optimal control models track the behavior of economic variables. These models illustrate applications of linear algebra, differential calculus, and integral calculus.

Course Title

Mathematical Economics

Course Code

ECON 305




Prerequisite: Economics 199, 211, 212, Mathematics 115.


Offered Occassionally.
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