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2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Economics (Mathematics), B.A.


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Degree Plan (ECONLAMTBA)


General Education Curriculum


GEC 01. Written Communication (6 hours)


GEC 02. Natural Science and Mathematics (11 hours minimum)


Science Requirement (8 hours minimum)

Select 2 courses with labs:

Mathematics Requirement (3 hours)

GEC 03. Humanities (9 hours)


GEC 04. Aesthetic Values (3 hours)


Select 1 course:

GEC 06. Computer Competency Requirement (3 hours)


GEC 07. Writing-Intensive Requirement (3 hours)


GEC 08. Speaking Intensive Requirement (3 hours)


Select 1 course:

GEC 09. Capstone Requirement (Major Area)


Note:


*This course satisfies both the GEC requirement and a program requirement for this major.

**This particular GEC course is recommended by this major.

***This course does not satisfy prerequisites for any other math course.

◊ GEC restrictions apply; see here .

GEC 06 - GEC 09 courses are specific to this major.

For full description of the GEC, see here .

Program Curriculum


Foreign Language Requirement:

12 hours in a single foreign language; fewer hours may suffice, but course level 202 must be completed.

Note:

♦ Calculus is required for this major. Students may enter MAT 167  directly in Math ACT sub score is 26 or higher. If Math ACT sub score is less, MAT 101  and MAT 103  must be completed.

DEG 03. Electives


Choose electives as needed with advisor's approval. (See Hours to Degree below.)

Hours to Degree


120 hours are needed to graduate with a BA in Economics with an emphasis in Mathematics. At least 50 percent of the hours applied to a degree at The University of Southern Mississippi must be earned from a senior college, and 45 of these hours must be in courses numbered 300 or above. The last 25 percent of course work must be earned from Southern Miss. The student must earn at least 12 hours in the major area of study from Southern Miss.

Semester-by-semester guide


Freshman


Sophomore


Junior


Senior


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