Analysis of Economics Data: Further Courses

What courses to take after Statistics 13 and Economics 102 (Analysis of Economics Data 102)?
This is changing over time as there are more offerings.

ECONOMICS COURSES
STATISTICS COURSES
Statistics courses are listed here. Most immediately useful for economists are
A minor in Statistics is Stat 106, 108, 130A-B (or 131A-B) and 1 course with 130B as a pre-requisite.
A major in Statistics requires 48-52 upper division units depending on which trak you take.

DATA STUDIES COURSES
This new small program offers two courses listed here.
COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSES

The most useful first course is ECS 10 which will soon be relabelled ECS 32A.
Another useful course may be ECS 116 (Data bases for non-majors). Relational databases. SQL.

Computer science courses are listed here. The new numbering, beginning in 2018-19 follows.

The lower division courses for non-majors  include
The lower division courses for majors include
MATHEMATICS COURSES

Mathematics courses are listed here with detailed syllabi here.
To strengthen mathematics for economics take more advanced courses in linear algebra and calculus.

A. Colin Cameron / UC-Davis Economics / http://www.econ.ucdavis.edu/faculty/cameron