UCAS Code: L100
- To provide training in modern economic analysis, economic policy issues and research techniques.
- To foster analytical abilities and methods of critical appraisal, which provide transferable skills needed for graduate employment.
- To provide critical learning skills appropriate for postgraduate study.
- Prepares graduates for careers in the public and private sector, including financial services, business management and the Government Economic Service. Also prepares you for the transition to independent postgraduate study.
- Suitable for students with a minimum of GCSE Mathematics grade B, or equivalent.
For students entering 13/14*
|Microeconomics 1||Macroeconomics 1|
|Maths for Economists 1||Maths for Economists 2|
|Statistics for Economists 1||Statistics for Economists 2|
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Intermediate Microeconomics 1||Intermediate Microeconomics 2|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics 1||Intermediate Macroeconomics 2|
|Introductory Econometrics||Topics in Applied Econometrics|
|Game Theory||Economic History|
|Semester 1 - Core Modules||Semester 2 - Core Modules|
|Advanced Microeconomics||Advanced Macroeconomics|
|Business Management and Strategy||Dissertation and Research Presentation Skills|
|Government Intervention in the Economy|
|Semester 1 - Optional Modules |
Two optional modules chosen from:
|Semester 2 - Optional Modules
One optional module chosen from:
|Financial Derivatives||Investment Management|
|Managerial Economics||Mathematical Finance|
|The Global Economy||Economics of Education|
*Please note that the above modules may be subject to change.
Download the Economics Undergraduate Module Specifications (pdf).
Please note that Module Specifications are subject to change. Please see the bottom of each report for the date it was last updated.