# Economics-Statistics Computational Track

## Computational Track Requirements

##### 16 Courses or their equivalents: 10 in Economics, Mathematics and 6 courses in Statistics:

Sequential Character |
Common Core |
Mathematics |
Thematic Focus |
Statistics |

Course Title | Course Number | When Taken |
---|---|---|

Intro to Economic Reasoning^{1} |
ECON BC1003 | Year 1 |

Theoretical Foundations of Political Economy | ECON BC3041 | 1/2 |

Calculus II | MATH UN1102 | 1 |

Calculus III^{7} |
MATH UN1201 | 1 |

Intermediate Macro Theory^{2} |
ECON BC3033 | 2 |

Intermediate Micro Theory^{3} |
ECON BC3035 | 2 |

Linear Algebra | MATH UN2010 | 2/3 |

Upper-level Economics Elective | 3 | |

Upper-level Economics Elective | 3/4 | |

Calculus-Based Intro to Statistics | STAT UN1201 | 1/2 |

Econometrics^{4} |
ECON BC3018 | 2 |

Applied Statistical Computing | STAT UN2102 | 2/3 |

Applied Categorical Data Analysis | STAT UN2104 | 2/3 |

Statistical Methods or Data Mining |
STAT UN3105 or STAT UN3106 |
3/4 |

Upper-level Statistics Elective^{5} |
3/4 | |

Senior Seminar^{6} |
ECON BC3063 | 4 |

^{ 1 }Econ UN1105 (at Columbia) may be substituted for this requirement^{ 2 }ECON UN3213 (at Columbia) may be substituted for BC3033^{ 3 }ECON UN3211 (at Columbia) may be substituted for BC3035^{ 4 }ECON UN3412 (at Columbia) or STAT UN2103 Applied Linear Regression may be substituted for ECON BC3018^{ 5 }such as STAT UN3106, STAT GU4203, STAT GU4204, STAT GU 4205; *Or you may instead use one of the following Computer Science electives: COMS W1004, COMS W1005, COMS W1007, or STAT UN2102 ^{ 6} A year-long senior thesis (ECON BC3062-62) may be substituted for the one-semester Senior Seminar
^{ 7} APMA E2000 - Multivariable Calculus for Engineers and Applied Scientists can be taken in place of Calculus III*