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Department of Economics

BA and Economics (with Economics appearing second in the degree) Programme Structure 2012-2013

Year 1

Core Courses

(153400003) Introduction to Economic Analysis

AND Depending on mathematics background EITHER:

(153400120) Introduction to Quantitative methods for Economists (for those without A level mathematics or equivalent)


(153400121) Quantitative Methods for Economists (for those with A level mathematics grade A or B or equivalent)

Year 2

Core Courses 

(153400107) Intermediate Economics Analysis


(153400124) Issues in Development in Economics


At least ONE or TWO of the following:

(153400121) Quantitative Methods for Economists (if not already taken in year 1)
(153400100) Banking and Finance in Economic Development
(153400103) Econometrics
(153400106) International Economics

(153400124) Issues in Development Economics

Year 3

At least ONE of the following:

(153400124) Issues in Development Economics (If not taken in year 2)

(153400100) Banking and Finance (if not taken in year 2)
(153400106) International Economics (if not taken in year 2)
(153400126) Advanced Mathematical Methods - Not running 2014/15

(153400128) Environmental Economics - Not running 2014/15

(153400125) Global Economic Policy

(153400127) Gender Economics

(153400129) Labour Economics - Not running 2014/15

(153400011) Economic Development of South Asia
(153400012) Economic Development of South East Asia
(153400025) Economic Development of Modern China
(153400031) Economic Development of the Modern Middle East
(153400013) Economics Development of Japan since 1868
(153400103) Econometrics (if not taken in year 2)
(153400101) Economic Development of Africa
(154300119) Applied Econometrics
(153400109) Economics of Developing Countries II
(153400114) Independent Study project

Please note that note that all of the above optional courses will be available in any one academic year, depending on staff availability and student interest.

Final year students may not take any first year or introductory open options or intercollegiate courses as part of their economics courses.

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2012 - 2013 BA Economics and Two Subject Degree (with Economics appearring second in the degree title)

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