Prospectus for the Interdepartmental Course in Mathematics and Economics

DEGREE IN MATHEMATICS AND ECONOMICS

Program of studies in Mathematics and Economics by Semester
 
1ST YEAR
Semester I
 
MAS 101 Calculus I 8
MAS 121 Linear Algebra I 8
MAS 131 Basic Mathematics 8
ECO 121 Principles of Macroeconomics 7
 
Semester II
 
MAS102 Calculus II (MAS 101) 8
MAS 122 Linear Algebra II (MAS 121) 8
ECO 111 Principles of Microeconomics 7
Elective Course (ie computers, see note c) 6
 
2nd YEAR
Semester III
 
MAS 211 Multivariate Differential Calculus 8
MAS 261 Introduction to Probability (MAS 101, MAS 102) 8
ECO 211 Microeconomic Theory (ECO 111) 7
ECO 221 Macroeconomic Theory (ECO 121) 7
 
Semester IV
 
MAS 202 Multivariate Integral Calculus 8
MAS 203 Ordinary Differential Equations 8
MAS 262 Introduction to Statistics 8
Elective Course 6
 
3rd YEAR
Semester V
 
MAS 301 Real Analysis 8
MAS 350 Stochastic Processes (MAS 261) 7
ECO 222 Introduction to Econometrics (MAS 262) 7
ECO 223 Mathematics for Economists (MAS 131) 7
 
Semester VI
 
ECO 301 Topics in Microeconomics (ECO 211) 7
ECO 302 Topics in Macroeconomics (ECO 221) 7
ECO 303 Econometrics (ECO 222) 7
MAS/ ECO Option A1 or B (see list below) 7
Elective Course 3
 
4th YEAR
Semester VII
 
MAS/ ECO Option A2 or B (see list below) 7
ECO/ MAS Option B or A2 (see list below) 6
ECO Option B (see list below) 6
ECO Option B (see list below) 6
LAN 100 General Advanced English 5
 
Semester VIII
 
ECO/ MAS Option B or (A3) (see list below) 7
ECO/ MAS Option B or (A3) (see list below) 6
ECO/ MAS Option B or (A3) (see list below) 6
ECO Option B (see list below) 6
LAN 101 Academic English 5
 
Option A1
 
MAS 302 Complex Analysis I 8
MAS 304 Functional Analysis 7
MAS 456 Time Series 7
 
Option A2
 
MAS 303 Partial Differential Equations 7
MAS 321 Introduction to Algebra 7
MAS 361 Probability Theory 8
MAS 371 Numerical Analysis II 7
MAS 451 Linear Models I 7
ECO 604 Analytical Methods in Economics 7,5
 
Option A3
 
MAS 304 Functional Analysis 7
MAS 331 Classical Differential Geometry 8
MAS 362 Statistical Theory 7
MAS 401 Measure Theory and Integration 7
MAS 402 Complex Analysis II 7
MAS 418 Introduction to Fourier Analysis 7
MAS 425 Theory of Groups 7
MAS 431 Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds 7
MAS 452 Linear Models IΙ (ΜΑΣ 451) 7
MAS 456 Time Series 7
 
Option B
 
ECO 305 International Trade (ECO 211) 6
ECO 306 International Finance (ECO 221) 6
ECO 308 Economic Development (ECO 221) 6
ECO 311 Labour Economics (ECO 211) 6
ECO 312 Industrial Organisation (ECO 211) 6
ECO 313 Public Economics (ECO 211) 6
ECO 415 Game Theory (ECO 301) 6
ECO 473 Applied Econometrics (ECO 303) 6
 
Notes:
 
a. Students may substitute up to two choices in economics with courses from the graduate program of the Department of Economics upon approval of the Chairman of the Department.
 
b. The courses in brackets are prerequisites.
 
c. Students are advised to take MAS 191 Mathematics with Computers (8 ects) as a free elective course. Taking any other free elective course with 8 ects and another free elective course with 7 ects will satisfy the requirements of 15 ects from free elective courses given that the courses are from two different schools.
 
d. Required courses knowledge for courses in Mathematics and Statistics:
 
MAS 102 Calculus IΙ
(Required essential knowledge: MAS101)
MAS 122 Linear Algebra II
(Required essential knowledge: MAS121)
MAS261 Introduction to Probability
(Required essential knowledge: MAS101, MAS102)
MAS350 Stochastic Processes
(Required essential knowledge: MAS261)
MAS452 Linear Models ΙΙ
(Required essential knowledge: MAS451)