Both pathways share 2 core modules which will provide a solid grounding in economic theory and an appreciation of today’s economic issues.
The BSc pathway also includes 2 electives from the Accounting and Management list as well as 2 others. The MA pathway lets you select all 4 electives from the larger lists.
Here you’ll study Microeconomics, exploring concepts like theory of firms and consumer choice. You’ll also learn about Macroeconomics, looking at unemployment, money markets and the economy more broadly. You’ll begin to learn about statistics in an economic context as well.
Those on the MA pathway may select 4 more electives, whilst BSc students will study 2 Management modules and 2 broad electives.
The pathways combine in year 3, with all students taking modules in Advanced Microeconomics, Management Science and business-oriented Statistics. Two modules can be selected from business topics, such as Marketing, Financial Institutions or Human Resources.
Again, there will be 2 core modules common to both paths. You’ll learn about the economics of globalisation as well as decision-making ad business strategy. Again, two more modules can be selected form a limited list, including International Finance, Marketing Research, Government and Business and a few others.