Is it possible to study economics without studying mathematics?

Is it possible to study economics without studying mathematics?

Before you finally decide that you want to study an economics degree in college, take the time you need to research your preferred degree options so that you know what kinds of business and economics topics will be taught during your college years.

In Spain, there are numerous options to study economics at university , among which we highlight:

  • Degree in economics
  • Degree in International Studies of Economics and Business
  • Degree in Economics and Finance
  • Degree in Economic Analysis
  • Degree in Financial and Actuarial Economics
  • Double Degree in Business Administration and Management + Economics
  • Double Degree in International Studies + Economics
  • Double Degree in Economics + International Relations
  • Double Degree in Economics + Mathematics and Statistics
  • Double Degree in Law + Economics
  • Double Degree in Economics + Statistics
  • Double Degree in Economics and International Business
  • Double Degree in Management and Public Administration + Economics

We dare to affirm that most of these degrees that have an economic base are accessible through the Baccalaureate of Social Sciences, so the option of not having mathematics as a compulsory subject is unthinkable, because in the specific part of the test access to the university (Selectividad), you will have to take the subject of mathematics applied to Social Sciences.

If you do not like mathematics or are not good at it, it may be a good idea to give it a spin to study a degree in economics, since it will be based on mathematics, arithmetic, algebra, statistics, functions, solving problems … There is always the option of turning to a private teacher, like the ones you will find in Superprof, who will support you with your study not only during your degree but before, during your Baccalaureate.

The interesting thing about mathematics is that it helps to acquire knowledge and skills necessary to function in the future: analytical thinking, communication skills, presentation and research skills, among others.



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Economics careers tend to focus on mathematics and statistics, among other subjects. Is it possible to study economics without studying mathematics?

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