You can study Economics as a four-year single honours degree or take it in conjunction with one of eight other subjects to earn a combined honours degree. The interactive CORE teaching approach in semesters 1-2 is explored in more detail in semesters 3-4, which will also include an accessible and applied introduction to statistics for economics.
Modules in semesters 5-8 are designed to develop your knowledge and understanding of the central methods of economic analysis and major policy issues, in addition to dedicated modules in behavioural economics and game theory. You’ll also write a dissertation in your final year, as well as choosing from elective modules that can give you a specialist understanding of areas such as Environmental and Financial Economics, Experimental Economics and Industrial Organisation.
2024 entry requirements:
4 Highers at ABBB (first sitting) or AABB (two sittings). Grades and subjects may vary depending on combinations taken.
For entry to three year Honours degree, you will need 3 Advanced Highers at ABB including Economics.
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