BSc Development and Economics

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The degree combines the study of economics with the analysis of international development globally. Studying this degree will provide you with analytical and communication skills that are valued by employers and institutions. Perhaps more importantly, it gives you the chance to gain knowledge from a wide variety of sources that will demonstrate the importance of development, and give you the chance to understand more about what is happening in the world today.

 

Degree Structure

Standard Route

100 Courses

EC1002 Introduction to economics
ST104A Statistics 1 (half course) and MT105A Mathematics 1 (half course)
DV1171 Introduction to international development
SC1179 Contemporary sociology in a global age

200 and 300 Courses

EC2065 Macroeconomics
EC2066 Microeconomics
GY2109 Geographies of development
EC3044 Economics of development
One 300 course from Selection groups D or E
One 300 course from Selection group D
One 300 course from Selection group D
One 100, 200 or 300 course (or two half course) from any Selection group

 

Graduate Entry Route

100 Courses

EC1002 Introduction to economics
ST104A Statistics 1 (half course) and MT105A Mathematics 1 (half course)
DV1171 Introduction to international development
SC1179 Contemporary sociology in a global age

200 and 300 courses

EC2065 Macroeconomics
EC2066 Microeconomics
GY2109 Geographies of development
EC3044 Economics of development
One 300 course from Selection groups D or E

 

Additional Information

Through the Graduate Entry Route the degree takes a minimum of three years to complete.

 

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