The requirements include 31 credits in mathematics and 27 credits in economics. A related area is not required. A grade of C or better is required in each course that is to count toward the major. No course that counts toward the major can be taken on an S/NC basis. *Note that students who declared a math major in the Fall of 2018 or after are required to complete the one credit course, MATH 0500 Professional Development, prior to graduation. *There are three sections offered in the spring term. The Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences maintains the Authoritative Statement of Degree Requirements (major sheet).

## Departmental Honors in Mathematics-Economics

The departments of mathematics and economics offer a program leading to graduation with departmental honors in the joint major. For a degree with departmental honors, a student must take the required economics courses with the added stipulations that ECON 1180 and a proseminar (ECON 1700-1730) must be taken as the two upper-level field courses. The student must also take the following 27 credits of mathematics courses in place of the mathematics courses previously listed for the joint major in mathematics-economics.

- MATH 0235 (honors), MATH 0240 (honors)
- MATH 0450
- MATH 1185
- MATH 1530

In addition, the student must maintain a QPA of at least 3.0 in mathematics courses taken, a QPA of at least 3.25 in economics courses taken, and an overall QPA of at least 3.25.

- Notes
- 1. Highly qualified students may substitute MATH 0450 (Introduction to Analysis) for MATH 0413 and MATH 0420.
- 2. ECON 0120 may be substituted for 0010 and 0020. Students who elect this option must take an additional field course.