BA Economic Studies

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  • Objectives
    This policy-orientated degree will provide you with knowledge of the key issues in economics. Looking at both theoretical and policy-related areas, the course will develop your ability to use the analytical tools central to economics and will help you learn how to a wide range of economic questions. As well as acquiring specialist knowledge, you will develop a range of transferable and analytical skills. There is a wide range of optional modules to choose from, and the course develops your employability skills in business. The Department has a strong research base and a thriving alumni community that helps maintain links with employers and City institutions.
  • Entry requirements
    You should have GCSE Mathematics and English Language, plus 200 points from two or more A-levels, or a BTEC Diploma in Business.
  • Academic title
    BA Economic Studies
  • Course description
    Course structure

    You study eight modules at each of three levels. After level 1 you can continue on Single Honours or take a Major/Minor combination.

    Level 1

        * Introductory Microeconomics
        * Introductory Macroeconomics
        * Quantitative and Academic Skills
        * Economic and Political Framework
        * International Economic Growth
        * Financial Markets and Institutions

    Level 2

        * Choices, Markets and Employment
        * Macroeconomic Models
        * Economics of Employment
        * Quantitative Economics
        * International Economics
        * Economics of the Environment
        * Finance
        * Development

    Level 3

        * Business and Government
        * Macroeconomic Policy
        * Economics Project
        * Development
        * Europe in a Global Context
        * Labour Economics
        * Transnational Corporations
        * State and Economy

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