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  • Objectives
    Our degree courses equip you with a solid grounding in modern economic theory, incorporating the issues underlying current debates on economic policy and the quantitative and analytical skills essential for economists. You will learn a way of thinking that can be applied to challenges in many areas of contemporary concern. Geographers study a range of social issues and problems in which space and location are key elements. These range from the global (eg. the globalisation of the economy), to the local (eg. individual spatial decision-making) and span both the Environmental and Social Sciences.
  • Entry requirements
    -GCE/VCE A Levels - ABB* -Two GCE A Levels plus two GCE AS Levels - AB+BB or equivalent grades* -Two Scottish Advanced Highers plus two Highers - AB+BB* -Irish Leaving Cert. - AABBB* -International Baccalaureate - 33 points* -Core Requirements - Grade B in GCSE Maths or equivalent and Grade B in GCE A Level Geography or a relevant social science (e.g. Economics, Sociology, Politics). Economics not essential. Maximum of one single award AVCE accepted. Three A Levels preferred to two A Levels plus two AS Levels. -Dual degree entry requirements vary - please contact us for more information.
  • Academic Title
    BA Economics and Geography
  • Course description
    This is a list of modules that have been offered in the past. We expect similar modules to be offered for courses starting in 2009.

    Typical First Year Modules

    -Economic Analysis and Policy 1    
    -Economic Analysis and Policy 2    
    -Statistical Methods for Economics    
    -Information and Communication Skills for Geographers    
    -Introducing Social and Cultural Geographies    
    -Qualitative Methods in Human Geography    
    -Region, Nation and World
    -Mathematical Methods for Economics 1    
    -Mathematical Methods for Economics 2    

    Typical Second Year Modules

    -Macroeconomic Principles    
    -Microecnomic Principles    
    -Philosophical Issues in Human Geography    
    -Applied Economics    
    -Economics of the European Union    
    -Further Mathematical Methods for Economics    
    -The Economics of Education    
    -The Economics of Well Being    
    -Cities and Modernities    
    -Cultural Geographies    
    -Environment, Society and Policy    
    -Geographies of Development    
    -Geographies of Governance    
    -Geographies of Social Identities and Difference    
    -Introduction to Geographic Information Systems    
    -Research Design in Human Geography    
    -Researching Human Geographies
    -Social Geographies of Life Chances    
    -Socio-Spatial Analysis    

    Typical Third Year Modules

    -Geographical Research Project    
    -Advanced Economic Analysis    
    -Development Economics    
    -Development Geographies Field Class    
    -Development and Global Change
    -Environmental and Resource Economics    
    -Extended Essay in Economics and Geography    
    -Extended Geographical Essay    
    -Further Econometrics    
    -GIS and the Environment    
    -GIS and the Social Sciences    
    -Geographical Impact of The European Union    
    -Geographies of Consumption    
    -Geographies of Health    
    -Geography of Elections    
    -Geography of Europe Field Class    
    -Health Economics    
    -Industrial Organisation    
    -International Trade    
    -Labour Economics    
    -Mathematical Economics    
    -Modern Finance    
    -Public Sector Economics    
    -Social Geography of Europe    
    -The International Economy
    -Urban Field Class

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