|The award||How you will study||Study duration||Course start||Domestic course fees||International course fees|
|BSc (Hons)||Full-time||3 years||September||GBP 9250 per year||GBP 21000 per year|
The BSc (Hons) Economics is infused with a strong global interest: courses use case studies and examples from around the world, and in many courses, students are able to choose a case study for their assessments.
The economics curriculum covers three key elements of economics: economic theory (microeconomics and macroeconomics), quantitative study (mathematics, statistics, econometrics), and specialist contextual study (for example, economic history, finance, and political economy).
This degree programme combines this rigorous economics syllabus with a personalised elective pathway. Students can choose to deepen their focus on economics through their elective courses, or they can further contextualise and broaden their studies with courses that match other interests and goals.
Economics students develop a wide range of skills. They become disciplined thinkers and problem-solvers, competent in both quantitative and qualitative analysis, and highly equipped in the inquiry of how societies might develop and progress their material and psychological well-being, as well as being analysers of human behaviour. Students develop vital credentials to manage data and analyse it, and to communicate their results in ways that are suitable for diverse audiences.
These valuable and transferable skills open up a wide array of career possibilities upon graduation.
Contact Northeastern University London to find course entry requirements.
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