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  • Objectives
    Aiming to provide you with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of methods, theory and application in Economics, this course develops your ability to use economic reasoning in a variety of contexts. You will be examining a range of business and policy-related issues in economics and applying economic analysis to a wide range of important questions. There is a wide range of optional modules. The Department has a strong research base and a thriving alumni community that helps maintain links with employers and City institutions. The course also develops your employability skills in business.
  • Entry requirements
    You should also have 200 points from two or more A-levels. You should have GCSE Grade C or above, or equivalent, in English Language and Maths.
  • Academic Title
    BA Economics
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Single Honours students take eight modules at each level. Joint Honours involves four modules from each level in Economics, plus four from your other subject. You may also choose a Major/Minor combination after level 1.

    Level 1

        * Introduction to Microeconomics
        * Introduction to Macroeconomics
        * Quantitative & Academic Skills
        * International Economic Growth
        * Financial Markets and Institutions
        * Mathematics for Economists

    Level 2

        * Macroeconomics
        * Microeconomics
        * Empirical Methods of Economics
        * Economics of Employment
        * Introduction to Econometrics

    Level 3

        * Macroeconomic Issues and Policy
        * Economics Project
        * Financial Economics
        * Industrial Economics
        * State and Economy
        * Labour Economics
        * From Political Economy to Economics
        * International Economic History
        * Government and Industry

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