A good undergraduate degree in economics, finance, marketing, mathematics or statistics (with suitable training in intermediate microeconomics, basic calculus, as well as probability, statistics and econometrics) is the ideal preparation for this master’s program. As considerable heterogeneity exists across programs and universities, we provide the following UCF-course equivalents, which are basically required:

 

Number

Title

MAC
2311

Calculus
I

MAC
2312

Calculus
II

STA
2023

Statistics
I

STA
3032

Probability

ECO
3101

Intermediate
Microeconomics

ECO
3410

Mathematical
Economics

ECO
4412

Econometrics
I

 

The following UCF-course equivalents are highly recommended:

 

Number

Title

MAC
2313

Calculus
III

MAS
3105

Linear
Algebra

STA
4163

Statistics
II

ECO
4422

Econometrics
II

ECO
4400

Game
Theory

ECO
4443

Intro to Business Analytics

 

The more of these that you have taken and done well in, the more likely you
are to be successful in this program.