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ADEC 3510 Mathematics for Economists (Fall: 4 )


Course Description

This course introduces students to mathematical methods used in the analysis of economics and business problems. It focuses on multivariable calculus, optimization, and its economic applications. This includes optimization with equality constraints, utility maximization and consumer demand, and Kuhn-Tucker conditions. The course concludes with lectures on economic dynamics and the application of integral calculus to problems in investment and capital formation, present value analyses, and economic growth models. This course is an upper-level Economics elective, and it also fulfills Calculus II requirement for MS in Applied Economics program.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Differential Calculus (Calculus 1).

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Comments: This course is an upper-level Economics elective, and it also fulfills Calculus II requirement for MSAE. It does not count toward degree in MSAE. Prerequisite: Differential Calculus (Calculus 1).


Last Updated: 29-Jul-17