ECON 530 Mathematics for Economics
3 semester hours
Absolutely necessary for those continuing to graduate school and required for those pursuing the B.S. degree in economics. Review of fundamental mathematical concepts and logic. Treatment of linear algebra, univariate and multivariate calculus, real analysis, and unconstrained and constrained optimization. Applications of mathematical techniques to typical problems in microeconomics and macroeconomics.
Offered only in the Fall semester.
Prerequisites: ECON 310 and MATH 131 (or equivalent). Recommended: MATH 132 (or equivalent).