What can a Mathematical Economics major do for you?
In today’s increasingly complicated international business world, a strong working knowledge of both economics and mathematics is crucial to success. The mathematical economics program at UK prepares you with a degree that combines mathematics and economics with statistics. The field of mathematical economics is often referred to as “engineering” for the service sector because it combines the quantitative methods of mathematics with an applied science in order to solve real problems. A degree in mathematical economics prepares you to enter directly into the business world, or pursue graduate careers in economics or finance. By entering the business world, you become a valuable player as you are prepared to address the control problems that plague business management and to make critical decisions in spite of uncertainty.
120 Semester Hours
46 Credit Hours
30 Core Hours
What skills does studying mathematical economics develop?
capability in mathematics and statistics
aptitude in problem solving skills
ability to communicate with public speaking and written assignments
capacity to collaborate with others
- management accountant
- bank examiner
- market research analyst
- financial analyst
- marketing/sales manager
- financial planner
- claims examiner
- investment manager
- international trade specialist
- real estate investor