Entry requirements UCAS Tariff: 300 points for those entering with three A2s.
320 points for those entering with three A2s and one AS. Total points exclude Key Skills and General Studies.
GCSE Mathematics Grade B and English Grade C or above.
Irish Highers: BBBBB
International Baccalaureate: 30 points
Start date September each year
Mode & duration 3 years full-time
Programme overview This degree comprises core modules in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Introductory Econometrics. As an alternative to one of the optional modules, you may write a dissertation of 6000 - 8000 words. The BSc Economics also includes compulsory units in Mathematics for Economics (Year 2), and Applied Econometrics (Year 3). The two additional compulsory modules cover more technical and advanced material.
Introductory Quantitative Techniques
Introduction to Economic Institutions & Policy in Britain
Introduction to Mathematics for Economics & Business
Contemporary Economic Policy
The following lists our range of optional modules; the specific availability of optional modules varies between degree programmes. However, there is no guarantee that in any one year all of the optional modules will be available and options may have to be withdrawn at a later date.
European Economic Integration
Economics of Labour
Business Forecasting & Operations Research
Economics of Development
Corporate Social Responsibility
Money & Banking
Processes of Long Term Political & Economic Change
European Urban & Regional Economics
Economics of Land Development & Planning
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