This BSc course is delivered over 4 years for most students
- Principles of Economics
This module looks at Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, and how the markets for goods and assets fuel or hinder employment, inflation and economic growth.
- Quantitative Methods of Economics 1
You’ll learn the mathematical, statistical and computing skills you’ll need to make accurate quantitative analyses in an economic context.
- Post-Crisis Economics
This module looks at economic growth, wealth and world problems on the current ‘post crisis’ era.
This module delves deeply into concepts of individual optimisation and the behaviours they explain.
This module considers recent macroeconomic events, and the policy considerations they have affected and been affected by.
- Quantitative Methods of Economics 2
This expands on the earlier module, allowing you to formally test hypotheses using statistics.
- Financial Markets and Institutions
Here you’ll learn about the national and international institutions that act in the financial sphere, and the principles that underlie their processes.
- Industrial Growth and Competition
This module explores the theories and history behind modern models for market competition and industrial expansion.
Your third year represents the chance to take a year in a paid business placement. This is more than just a CV-filler, it will give you vital real world experience and an expanded list of business contacts.
- Industrial Economics 1
This module explores the models used to analyse industries and individual companies, and the methods used to apply them.
- Financial Economics 1
Here you’ll explore the entities that make up the global financial system, as well as the concept of risk-factor pricing.