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Re: Colleges Offering Bsc Mathematics And Economics
There are many collages that offers BSC in Mathematics and Economics in Tamilnadu Miranda House College Maitreyi College Deshbandhu College KMC Delhi Dyal Singh College Keshav Mahavidyalaya Kalindi College Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College Sri Venkateswara College Shivaji College Rajdhani College Indraprastha College for Women Daulat Ram College St. Stephen’s College Motilal Nehru College PGDAV College (Evening) Zakir Husain College Hindu College
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Re: Colleges Offering Bsc Mathematics And Economics
The BSc Mathematics and Economics Program offered by London School of Economics and Political Science is a joint degree programme where students study roughly equal amounts of both subjects over their three years. This joint degree split equally between mathematics and economics and involves studying courses to the value of 12 units over 3 years, plus LSE100. Programme Structure and CoursesFirst year In first year, there are four compulsory foundation courses. One will take either Economics A or Economics B, depending on economics background. Economics B is for one with A level Economics or equivalent. One will also take Elementary Statistical Theory; Mathematical Methods and an Introduction to Abstract Mathematics. One will also take LSE100 in the Lent term. Either Economics A Provides a foundation in economics, primarily to those without significant background in the subject Or Economics B An introductory course in microeconomics and macroeconomics Elementary Statistical Theory Provides a precise treatment of introductory probability theory, statistical ideas, methods and techniques Mathematical Methods An introductory-level course for those who wish to use mathematics extensively in social science Introduction to Abstract Mathematics Gives an introduction to modern mathematics with emphasis on careful reasoning LSE100 Beginning in the Lent term of the first year and running through the Michaelmas term of the second year, LSE100 is compulsory and introduces to the fundamental elements of thinking like a social scientist. Second yearIn 2nd year, one takes 2 compulsory courses, one in Microeconomic Principles and another in Further Mathematical Methods. One also takes another course from: Macroeconomic Principles, Principles of Econometrics and Principles of Finance. One will take a half unit course in Real Analysis, following on from the Introduction to Abstract Mathematics course in the first year and another half unit in either Algebra and Number Theory, Differential Equations, Discrete Mathematics or Optimisation Theory. One will also take LSE100 in the Michaelmas term. Further Mathematical Methods Covers calculus and linear algebra Real Analysis A course in real analysis for those who have already met the basic concepts of sequences and continuity One from:Optimisation Theory Describes various techniques of optimisation, gives a mathematical presentation of the relevant theory, and shows how they can be applied. Differential Equations Concentrates on the theory and qualitative analysis of (ordinary) differential equations, although some solution techniques are also considered Discrete Mathematics Covers some of the main concepts and techniques of discrete mathematics together with its applications Algebra and Number Theory Develops the study of abstract algebraic structures Either Microeconomic Principles I Studies the economic behaviour of individuals and firms Or Microeconomic Principles II Studies the same topics employing more formal methods Either Macroeconomic Principles Examines economic growth, consumption, investment, unemployment, inflation, monetary and fiscal policy, financial markets and international macroeconomics Or Principles of Econometrics An intermediate level introduction to the theory and practice of econometrics Or Principles of Finance Examines the theory of financial decision-making by firms and examines the behaviour of the capital markets in which these decisions are taken. LSE100 Beginning in the Lent term of 1st year and running through the Michaelmas term of the second year, LSE100 is compulsory and introduces to the fundamental elements of thinking like a social scientist. Third yearIn 3rd year one takes one course in advanced mathematical economics. Additional options total 3 course units: these must include two half unit courses in mathematics and another in either mathematics or economics or finance. One can take one of any suitable courses taught at LSE, subject to the approval of the course tutor. One advanced option in mathematical economics One mathematics option Either One economics option Or One mathematics option Or One finance option One outside option
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