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School of Mathematics

Mathematics (for the combination Mathematics + Economics) in Two-Subject Moderatorship 2005-06

There is a special programme for the combination Mathematics and Economics, where Mathematical courses normally within Economics are replaced by more substantial courses in Mathematics in the Junior Freshman Year, and Mathematical Economics courses may be taken as part of the Mathematics programme in the Sophister years.

Students of mathematics and in TSM combination with subjects other than Economics have separate regulations. See here.

Junior Freshman Year

Students take course 011, 061, 111, 121, 131 and 151. Courses 111, 121 and 131 make up the Mathematics result at the end of the year, while course 151 goes towards the Economics result. A problem solving course 011 and practical computing course 061 are also required.

Senior Freshman Year

Junior Sophister Year

In the Junior Sophister year, students take course 381 and two other courses chosen from 212, 231, 261 and 262. Some group III courses of the single honour course in Mathematics may be possible apart from 381.

Senior Sophister Year

In the Senior Sophister year, students who continue with Mathematics (rather than majoring in Economics) take 3 courses. Courses are chosen from 212, 231, 261 and group III courses of the single honour course in Mathematics for which the prerequisites have been satisfied. Economics course E4.09 may be taken as one of the 3 courses.