BA Financial Economics
**A special opportunity to study the syllabus for the Claritas Investment certificate.**
UCAS Code: L111
- Explores modern economics and its application to financial systems and institutions in an international context.
- Introduces techniques of financial economics such as derivatives pricing, risk management methods and portfolio management.
- Provides the opportunity to critically analyse economic events with reference to their impact on financial markets, using financial software and data sources.
- Enhances communication, IT, presentation, written, research and technical skills in the context of financial economics.
- Prepares you for careers and training opportunities in both the public and private sector, including banking and finance, central banking and regulatory agencies. Also prepares you for transition to independent postgraduate study.
- Suitable for you if you have a minimum of a 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|
|Intermediate Microeconomics 1||Intermediate Microeconomics 2|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics 1||Intermediate Macroeconomics 2|
|Introductory Econometrics||Topics in Applied Econometrics|
|Principles of Banking||Principles of Finance|
|Semester 1 - Core Modules||Semester 2 - Core Modules|
|International Finance||Corporate Finance and the Capital Market|
|Financial Derivatives||Dissertation and Research Presentation Skills|
Semester 1 - Optional Modules Two optional modules chosen from:
Semester 2 - Optional Modules One optional module chosen from:
|Advanced Microeconomics||Advanced Macroeconomics|
|Business Management and Strategy||Investment Management|
|Managerial Economics||Government Intervention in the Economy|
|The Global Economy||Mathematical Finance|
|Management Science||Economics of Education|
*Please note that the above modules may be subject to change.