BSc in Mathematics with Economics
Programme Code: UBMAWEC
For all first, second and third year students in 201516
Paper 
Course number and title  
See note 
The LSE Course: Understanding the causes of things  
Year 1  

1 
Economics A or  

Economics B §  
2 
Mathematical Methods  
3 
Elementary Statistical Theory  
4 
Introduction to Abstract Mathematics  
Year 2  
5 
Either EC201 Microeconomic Principles I or EC202 Microeconomic Principles II  
6 
Further Mathematical Methods  
7 
Real Analysis (H)  
8 
Courses to the value of 1.5 units from:  

Optimisation Theory (H)  

Differential Equations (H)  

Discrete Mathematics (H)  

Algebra and Number Theory (H)  

Probability, Distribution Theory and Inference  
Year 3  
9 
Macroeconomic Principles or  
Principles of Econometrics or  
Political Economy or  
Behavioural Economics or  
Industrial Economics or  
Economic Theory and its Applications  
10 & 11 
Courses to the value of two units from the following (no more than one MA2** course and no more than two of the listed ST courses can be be taken):  

Optimisation Theory (H) (if not taken under 8)  
Differential Equations (H) (if not taken under 8)  
Discrete Mathematics (H) (if not taken under 8)  
Algebra and Number Theory (H) (if not taken under 8)  
Game Theory  
Game Theory I (H)  
Chaos in Dynamical Systems (H)  
Optimisation in Function Spaces (H)  
Mathematics of Finance and Valuation (H)  
Probability for Finance (H)  
Algorithms in Java (H)  
Algebra and its Applications (H)  
Graph Theory (H)  
Complex Analysis (H)  
History of Mathematics in Finance and Economics (H)  
Partial Differential Equations (H)  
Regression and Generalised Linear Models (H)  
Stochastic Processes (H)  
Time Series and Forecasting (H)  
Bayesian Inference (H)  
12 
Any other paper approved by the Course Tutor.  
Notes 
§ Course allocation dependant on Economics Alevel or equivalent background. See course guides for further information.  

LSE100 is taken by all students in the Lent Term of Year 1 and the Michaelmas Term of Year 2. The course is compulsory but does not affect the final degree classification. 