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Mathematics – Economics

Interdisciplinary Program

The mathematics-economics major at Anderson University investigates economic puzzles to predict potential economic activity or trends in the future. Economic theories and math principles combined together can produce powerful data and meaningful, testable models to anticipating or resolving financial issues. This interdisciplinary program with the Falls School of Business creates an opportunity for you to learn statistical and research techniques, without having to double major.

Program Overview

Mathematics – Economics



  • Graduate with a BA in Mathematics-Economics in four years.
  • Graduate with a BA in Mathematics-Economics in three years.
  • Complete the 3+1 program, from BA to MBA.
  • Complete a minor in mathematics.


The mathematics-economics major prepares students for careers in numerous fields throughout business, industry, and government. Opportunities include:

  • Data Analytics
  • Actuarial Studies
  • Consulting
  • Market Research Analytics
  • Financial Planning
  • Graduate School


  • Calculus I, II, & III
  • Linear Algebra
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Intermediate Economic Analysis
  • Money & Banking

In addition, this major requires the completion of an independent study project combining mathematics and economics. View the courses required for the mathematics-economics major.

OUR Mathematics-Economics FACULTY

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Math and Math-econ

Justin Lambright, an employee at Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Justin Lambright

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Hyeon Joon Shin

Dr. Hyeon Joon Shin

Associate Professor of Economics

Courtney Taylor, an employee of Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Courtney Taylor


Gerard Lee Van Groningen, an employee of Anderson University in Indiana

Dr. Gerard Lee Van Groningen

Associate Professor of Mathematics

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