Please note: From October 2014 this programme will be replaced by Economics with Management (L103).
Business Economics expands the core of the Economics degree - Elements of Economics, Economic Methods, The World Economy - to include two further core modules investigating finance, business, accounting and management, and one further module, either Environmental Economics or one chosen from another department.
In year two, you study five core modules investigating Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Data Analysis, Business Competition and Corporate Finance, and choose one further module from a selection that includes Economics of Social Policy, European Economics, Intermediate Methods for Economics and Finance, and Organisational Behaviour, Marketing or one chosen from another department.
In year three, you study one core module looking at Industrial Organisation; choose a further three modules from a selection that includes Applied Econometrics, Development Economics, History of Economic Thought, Labour Economics, International Economics, Monetary Economics, Environmental Economics and Policy, Public Economics, Advanced Macro and Micro Economic Theory, Security Investment Analysis, Financial Theory and Corporate Policy; and produce a dissertation (double module).
An insight into the study of Economics can be found in our recommended reading.