What is the textbook/approximate syllabus for advanced micro?
Hi, I am a current student at NYU, which is top 30 undergrad with top 15ish econ department I suppose?
I am trying to decide between Advanced Micro course vs complex variable. I am actually leaning toward Complex variable for the following reasons:
1. I am trying to do RA after undergrad and my plan includes taking phd micro 1.
2. I am also trying to do math masters right after undergrad; however, I will have to take grad complex variable course, in which I will be better prepared if I take undergrad complex variable.
3. I hear that undergrad econ classes are less important than math courses.
Also I am considering an alternative option: stochastic process vs complex variable vs advanced micro/macro. (I will be taking stochastic calc later)
A math masters is a really poor use of time (and money), seeing as to how you'll be coming from a Math and Econ undergrad. From the looks of it, if you have more than enough math for grad school, and are better served doing stochastic process (which would help stochastic calculus).
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