Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences and Economics

Double major

A Double Major programme covering the applications of mathematics to economics and financial modeling.

A modern education in the Mathematical Sciences provides a superb foundation for the quantitative study of Economics, particularly in areas such as econometrics and financial economics.

In this interdisciplinary programme, run jointly by the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences and the School of Social Sciences, students receive rigorous training in fundamental and applied mathematics, including topics such as algorithm analysis, statistics, and time series analysis, alongside economics topics such as microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics.

The programme is ideal for students planning to pursue careers in the financial services industry, or entering professional or graduate programmes in finance, economics, actuarial science, and related fields.

Minimum Subject Requirements

Qualification Minimum Subject Requirements
Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level H2 Level pass in Mathematics and a good grade in General Paper/Knowledge and Inquiry.
Polytechnic Diploma Relevant diploma. Click here for more information.
International Baccalaureate Diploma Pass in Mathematics at Higher Level and a good grade in SL English.
NUS High School Diploma Major CAP of 2.0 in Mathematics and Good Overall CAP in English Language.
Others (including international applicants) Good grades in Mathematics and English at the senior high school level, equivalent to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level or International Baccalaureate.

This is a full-time four-year Bachelor of Science programme. The following curriculum applies to students matriculating in 2021 or later. Click here for the curricula for other matriculation years.

The Mathematical Sciences major is divided into four tracks: Pure Mathematics (PMAS), Applied Mathematics (AMAS), Statistics (STAT), and Business Analytics (BA). The distribution of Academic Units (AU) varies between the different tracks.

Programme Overview

Mathematical Sciences Core Courses45 AU (STAT track)
44 AU (BA/AMAS/PMAS tracks)
Economics Core Courses24 AU
Mathematical Sciences Prescribed Electives7 AU (STAT track)
8 AU (BA/AMAS/PMAS tracks)
Economics Prescribed Electives30 AU
Final Year Project
Students must do a Final Year Project (MH4900). A grade of A- or better in the Final Year Project is required to be eligible for Honours (Highest Distinction).
8 AU
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core (Common Core)17 AU
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core (Foundational Core)10 AU
Broadening and Deepening Electives (BDE)6 AU
Total147 AU