BSc Economics and Economic History

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  • Objectives
    This is designed for economists with a keen interest in history, and historians willing to make a commitment to economics. It combines economic analysis with historical knowledge to advance understanding of such issues as Britain’s position in Europe and the determinants of economic growth; the conditions for exchange rate stability and successful European integration; the causes of economic fluctuations and unemployment; the economics of state socialism and transition. The degree aims to combine an understanding of economic concepts with a grasp of historical sources with which the University Library is very well stocked.
  • Entry requirements
    General university admissions requirements All applicants must possess a minimum level of competence in English Language and in Mathematics or a Science. A pass at Grade C or above in GCSE English Language and in Mathematics or a Science, or an equivalent qualification, fulfils this requirement. For some courses, requirements are above this University minimum, so you should check the relevant course-specific entry requirements in our hard copy prospectus which you can order online or browse on our online directory. We usually ask for candidates to show a broad base of study at GCSE level (or equivalent) with passes in at least five subjects from a range of disciplines.
  • Academic Title
    BSc Economics and Economic History
  • Course description
    BSc  Economics and Economic History

    Programme

    Year One

    -The World Economy: History and Theory
    -Economics 1
    -The Industrial Economy
    -Qualitative Techniques
    -A History option; or a Language option

    Year Two

    -The Industrial Revolution: British industrialisation, including agrarian change, population growth, trade, technology, factory systems, social change and the standard of living
    -Economics 2
    -Economic and Social Statistics (see Industrial Economics) or Econometrics 1 or Foundations of Econometric Analysis (see Economics)
    -Chosen from a list including: Russian Industrialisation, The Economics of Two World Wars, Theories of International Relations and language options

    Year Three

    -The British Economy in the Twentieth Century: growth and cycles, changes in industrial anf inancial structure, public economic policy, changing international environment.
    -The International Economic System since 1918.
    -Two options chosen from the Second and Third Year options offered by Economics, including Research in Applied Economics, or an approved history or language option.

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