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 you 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 if you have 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.