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Joint Degree with Economics

B.Sc. (Hons) in Mathematics and Economics (to be ceased to offer from AY2018-19)
This is a Double Major degree jointly offered by the Division of Mathematical Sciences in the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and the Economics Programme, School of Social Sciences. Students will learn how mathematics is applied to model economic decisions and make economic forecasts; in general, students will learn how mathematics is a powerful tool for modeling economic and financial market activities. The curriculum is designed with an emphasis on both depth and breath. The core Courses in Mathematics and Economics ensure a strong quantitative grounding in both disciplines while the electives provide students with a choice to concentrate in an area of interest, for example, in Applied Economics, Econometrics or Theoretical Economics. The programme also provides an excellent foundation of Mathematics, Statistics and Economics that are highly relevant to related disciplines such as Actuarial Science and Finance.

For a curriculum overview, refer to Mathematics & Economics Curriculum


Double Major B.Sc. (Hons) in Mathematical Sciences and Economics
This is a new double major degree hosted by the Division of Mathematical Sciences of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) and the Division of Economics of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). Students will learn how mathematics is applied to model economic decisions, make economic forecasts; in general, how mathematics is a powerful tool for modelling economic and financial market activities. The training that graduates of this degree acquire - a combination of critical economic analysis and strong mathematical and computational skills - is highly valued by employers in the financial services industry, business as well as the public sector. The degree is also ideal for those who plan to pursue a Master's degree in financial engineering, professional or graduate programmes in finance, economics, actuarial science or other related fields.

For a curriculum overview, refer to Double Major in Mathematical Sciences and Economics Curriculum