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BA Industrial Economics

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  • Objectives
    BA Industrial Economics is a rigorous and comprehensive course in the application of economic theory to the management of the modern business. It entails a wideranging economic analysis of the firm, its international structure, markets and competitors as well as external economic environment. The economic approach to business is complemented with a choice of management studies modules covering the latest thinking in a range of subjects such as strategy and marketing.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: Pass in fourth AS level (excluding general studies); GCSE mathematics Grade B or above. IB score: 32 to include 17 points at Higher Level
  • Academic Title
    BA Industrial Economics
  • Course description
    BA Industrial Economics

    Programme

    Year one

    The first year of the course includes core modules in business economics, entrepreneurship, the economics of decision making, organisational studies, business computing, and quantitative methods. There are also five optional modules.

    Year two

    Second year studies include core modules in business economics, the economics of innovation, the economics of pricing and decision making, the economics of organisation, international firms, quantitative methods, and econometrics. In addition there are five optional modules.

    Year three

    The final year includes core modules in industrial economics, the economics of regulation, corporate restructuring, and economic policy making. There are also six optional modules.

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