Pretty much. THere is no "Economics" major at UB as such. There was one in "Applied Economics and Finance", which involves some maths work in the finance classes (Black-Scholes, discounting etc) but nothing too strenuous. My third year Economic Policy class had about 12 people in it from memory, and even a class I took on Comparative Economic Systems only had about 15. I've found similar here, but ANU has a rep for being heavy on maths in the eco stream, so it wasn't unexpected. First year macro here was using partial derivatives to solve models, which weren't even mentioned at any stage at UB. I am living on campus, but I'm a hermit so probably not the best person to ask. Different colleges do have different 'cultures' (lack of a better word) though.