**ECON BC 1007x and y Mathematical Methods for Economics**

Covers basic mathematical methods required for intermediate theory courses
and upper level electives in economics, with a strong emphasis on
applications. Topics include simultaneous equations, functions, partial
differentiation, optimization of functions of more than one variable,
constrained optimization, and financial mathematics. *This course
satisfies the Calculus requirement for the Economics track of the Economics
major. NOTE: students who have previously taken Intermediate Micro Theory
(ECON BC3035 or the equivalent) are *not* allowed to take
Math Methods for Economics.*- S. Harrison

*General Education Requirement: Quantitative and Deductive Reasoning
(QUA).*

*4 points*