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BA Economics and Philosophy

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  • Objectives
    On this course you will divide your time equally between the two subjects. You study the core of each discipline in the first two years, and in the final year you select modules from a variety of specialist modules in the two departments. Both economics and philosophy look at fundamental aspects of human society. The combination allows a deeper understanding of how societies work, and the course will provide a unique blend of knowledge from the two disciplines.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: GCSE mathematics (at least grade A) IB score: 38
  • Academic Title
    BA Economics and Philosophy
  • Course description
    BA Economics and Philosophy

    Programme

    Year one

    In Economics, you will take Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Quantitative Economics modules. In Philosophy, you will take Philosophical Problems, Self, Mind and Body, Elementary Logic, Locke, Appearance and Reality, and other philosophy modules.

    Year two

    In Economics, you will take Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Quantitative Economics and Applied Economics modules. In Philosophy, you will take Philosophical Problems, Reason and Knowledge, Philosophical Logic, Wittgenstein and after, and other philosophy modules.

    Year three

    You take 60 credits in Economics and 60 in Philosophy from the wide range of final year 10 credit modules available in both Schools

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