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Columbia, MO
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Posted:
May 16, 2020

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Age: ** Nation: China

Fangyi Bai Mob: ***/***-***1 VISA: F1 OPT

E-mail: adc9mq@r.postjobfree.com or

adc9mq@r.postjobfree.com

Address:**** ***** ****** ********,**

Education

2015.8---2019.12 university of missouri Economics

Economics is a broad discipline that explores the factors that determine production, distribution, and consumption of resources. An Economics degree provides a good foundation on how the economy and the world works and an understanding of the effects of policy issues. The BS degree in Economics is a challenging degree program specifically designed for students who plan to attend graduate school in Economics, Finance, or related fields. The curriculum includes more quantitative coursework than the BA degree, but still allows students to take electives that focus on various aspects of economics, such as labor, law, and education.

Major Core Curriculums for BS in Economics

Required Economics Coursework

ECONOM 1014

& ECONOM 1015

Principles of Microeconomics

and Principles of Macroeconomics

5-6

or ECONOM 1000

General Economics

or ECONOM 1051H

General Economics - Honors

ECONOM 4351

Intermediate Microeconomics

3

ECONOM 4353

Intermediate Macroeconomics

3

ECONOM 4370

Quantitative Economics

3

ECONOM 4371

Introductory Econometrics

3

Mathematics and Statistics - Quantitative Track

MATH 1100

& MATH 1140

College Algebra

and Trigonometry

5

MATH 1500

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

5

MATH 1700

Calculus II

5

MATH 2300

Calculus III

3

MATH 4140

Matrix Theory

3

STAT 4750

& STAT 4760

Introduction to Probability Theory

and Statistical Inference

6

MATH 3000

Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

3

MATH 4100

Differential Equations

Complementary Field Course - Quantitative Track

Any Cmp Sc or Info Tc or Any 2000+ Acctcy, Financ, Math, Stat, or other A&S STEM Course

3

Mathematics and Statistics - Applied Track

MATH 1100

College Algebra

3

MATH 1400

& MATH 1300

Calculus for Social and Life Sciences I

and Finite Mathematics

5-6

STAT 2500

Introduction to Probability and Statistics I (or Stat 1200 or 1300 or 1400 AND Stat 2200)

3

Complementary Field Courses - Applied Track

Any Cmp Sc or Info Tc or Any 2000+ Acctcy, Financ, Math, Stat, or other A&S STEM Course

12

Certification and skill

1 Bachelor of Science in Economics.

2 Language Skill Fluent in Listening,speaking,reading,and writing with English language...

Self-Assessment

Iam optimistic and confident. sometimes i prefer to stay alone, reading, listening to music, but i am not lonely, i like to chat with my classmates, almost talk everything,my hobby is fitness,. through college life,i learn how to balance between study and entertainment.

I feel that my strongest asset is my ability to stick to things to get them done. I feel a real sense of accomplishment when I finish a job and it turns out just as I’d planned.



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