Mathematics Applied To Economics

The mission of the mathematics department is to provide high quality teaching in various fields of mathematics in order to prepare students for graduate studies or professional careers in mathematical sciences and related fields, and to provide service courses of mathematics to all university departments.

  • Provide a broad understanding of the major areas in mathematics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to think logically and critically.
  • Learn how to formulate, analyze, and solve problems.
  • Gain the ability of scientific judgment and applying mathematics to other fields.
  • Develop oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate sufficient preparation for graduate courses.
  • Know the fundamental facts, principles, and concepts of the discipline.
  • Perform the essential mathematical computations/operations.
  • Explain the theory / applications of several mathematical areas.
  • Investigate and solve math problems.
  • Display and interpret data.
  • Summarize scientific and mathematical concepts for a general audience.
  • Read mathematics critically.
  • Create, analyze, and communicate rigorous proofs.
  • Utilize appropriate technology and instruments to solve problems.
  • Model a significant real world problem and solve it using mathematical techniques.
  • Use numerical techniques for solving mathematical problems.
  • Appreciation of the dynamic role of mathematics in science, society and history.
  • Employ mathematics in research and coursework.
  • Communicate mathematical ideas in appropriate contexts both orally and in writing.
  • Exhibit ethical and professional behavior.
  • Ministry of Education(Schools and administration)
  • Palestine Monetary Authority.
  • Financial an Establishments.
  • Palestinian Central Breuer of Statistics.
  • Research centers.

Theacademic planconsists of 128 credit hours distributed as follows:

Requirement Type

CreditHours

UniversityRequirements

21

FacultyRequirements

29

Major Requirements

59

Major Electives

9

Free Electives

10

Total

128

 

Major Requirements (59 credit hours)
Include the following courses:

Course Number

CourseName

Prerequisite

ECON131 | PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

No Prerequisite

ECON132 | PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

ECON131

ECON3321 | ANALYTICAL MACROECONOMICS 1

ANALYTICAL MACROECONOMICS 1

ECON132 and ECON2351

ECON432 | INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS

INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS

STAT2361

MAEC3301 | MICROECONOMIC THEORY

MICROECONOMIC THEORY

ECON132 and MATH3361

MAEC3331 | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM AND PUBLIC CHOICE

GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM AND PUBLIC CHOICE

MAEC3301

MAEC411 | SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICS APPLIED TO ECONOMICS

SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICS APPLIED TO ECONOMICS

Department’sApproval

MAEC436 | GAME THEORY

GAMETHEORY

STAT2311and MAEC3301

MATH2311 | CALCULUS 3

CALCULUS3

MATH1321

MATH234 | INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA

INTRODUCTION TO LINEARALGEBRA

MATH1321

MATH243 | FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS

FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS

MATH1321

 

MATH330 | NUMERICAL METHODS

 

NUMERICAL METHODS

MATH234and (COMP132orCOMP133 orCOMP142 orCOMP230)

MATH331 | ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

ORDINARY DIFFERENTIALE QUATIONS

MATH1321

MATH3331 | MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 1

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 1

MATH243

MATH3341 | MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 2

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 2

MATH2311,MATH234,andMATH3331

MATH3361 | OPTIMIZATION AND CONVEXITY

OPTIMIZATION AND CONVEXITY

MATH2311and MATH234

MATH337 | ABSTRACT ALGEBRA 1

ABSTRACT ALGEBRA1

MATH234and MATH243

 

STAT2311 | STATISTICS 1

 

STATISTICS 1

SecondaryEducationScientific Stream orEquivalent orMATH1351

STAT3311 | STATISTICS 2

STATISTICS 2

MATH1321and STAT2311

STAT3321 | PROBABILITY THEORY

PROBABILITY THEORY

MATH2311and STAT3311

 

Major Electives (9 credit hours)
Selected from the following courses:

MATH courses 300 levelor above
MAEC courses 300 levelor above
STAT courses 300 level or above