
Adam Boucher
SENIOR LECTURER 
John Gibson
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
Mark Lyon
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORCoDirector of Integrated Applied Mathematics Program 
John McClain III
LECTURER 
Kevin Short
PROFESSOR 
Marianna Shubov
PROFESSOR
Applied Mathematics: Economics Option B.S.
What is the economics option in applied mathematics?
The economics option in the applied mathematics degree program combines a broad foundation in mathematics with coursework in macro and microeconomics, economic analysis and econometrics roughly equivalent to a minor in economics. Students completing this program are prepared for graduate study in mathematics or a career in business or industry.
Why study applied mathematics at UNH?
This program allows you to choose a specific interest and pursue it alongside accomplished mathematicians, statisticians and educators who have won prestigious honors including a Grammy Award and a MacArthur “genius” grant. Upperlevel mathematics classes tend to be small, so you’ll enjoy close connections to professors as they delve into the intricacies of advanced ideas. An accelerated master’s program is available in applied mathematics, allowing students to complete their master’s degree early. This department has produced many winners of the prestigious Department of Defense SMART Scholarship.
Potential careers
 Budget analyst
 Computational scientist
 Economist
 Financial services/actuary
 Mathematician/statistician (government/research/academia)
 Programmer
 Quantitative specialist in business or industry
 Software developer
 Teacher/educator/curriculum supervisor
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Curriculum & Requirements
This degree program prepares students for employment and/or graduate study in a variety of fields and research specializations in which mathematics plays a critical role in the solution of important scientific and technological problems.
Graduation Requirements
In all courses used to satisfy the requirements for its major programs, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics requires that a student earn a grade of C or better and have an overall gradepoint average of at least 2.00 in these courses.
Major Requirements
Code  Title  Credits 

MATH 425  Calculus I  4 
MATH 426  Calculus II  4 
MATH 445  Mathematics and Applications with MATLAB  4 
or IAM 550  Introduction to Engineering Computing  
MATH 527  Differential Equations with Linear Algebra ^{1}  4 
MATH 528  Multidimensional Calculus ^{1}  4 
MATH 531  Mathematical Proof  4 
MATH 539  Introduction to Statistical Analysis  4 
MATH 645  Linear Algebra for Applications ^{1}  4 
MATH 753  Introduction to Numerical Methods I  4 
PHYS 407  General Physics I  4 
Capstone  select one of the following:  4  
Senior Seminar  
Senior Project  
Senior Thesis  
Total Credits  44 
^{1}  MATH 525 Linearity I may be substituted for: MATH 645 Linear Algebra for Applications. MATH 525 Linearity I & MATH 526 Linearity II may be substituted for: MATH 527 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra, MATH 528 Multidimensional Calculus, and MATH 645 Linear Algebra for Applications. 
Economics Option Requirements
Code  Title  Credits 

MATH 739  Applied Regression Analysis  4 
MATH 755  Probability with Applications  4 
Select ONE approved MATH elective at the 700level, chosen in consultation with the major advisor.  4  
ECON 401  Principles of Economics (Macro) (This course satisfies the Social Science requirement for the Discovery Program.)  4 
ECON 402  Principles of Economics (Micro)  4 
ECON 605  Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis  4 
ECON 611  Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis  4 
ECON 726  Introduction to Econometrics  4 
Select ONE approved ECON or DS elective at the 700 level, chosen in consultation with your advisor.  4  
Total Credits  36 