Bachelor Degree in Economics in Nottingham in United Kingdom

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Economics

A bachelor's degree is an undergraduate degree that is offered by universities and colleges when students complete a program of study. Most bachelor courses last three or four years with some lasting up to seven years.

Economics is a branch of social science that deals with the distribution, consumption, and production of goods and services. Economics is a derivative of two Greek words which mean “house” and “law,” and thus the subject deals with customs of good management.

 

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BA/BSc Economics

University of Nottingham - Faculty of Social Sciences
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 United Kingdom Nottingham

Offering students the flexibility to tailor their module choice to graduate with either a BA or BSc, this course covers microeconomics, macroeconomics, mathematics and statistics. [+]

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Offering students the flexibility to tailor their module choice to graduate with either a BA or BSc, this course covers microeconomics, macroeconomics, mathematics and statistics.

It leads to competency in a wide range of techniques and skills much sought after by employers.

Macroeconomics, mathematics, microeconomics and statistics form the core of the degree, around which you will study modules in a wide range of topics. You will also have the flexibility to select modules offered by other schools and departments in the University.

The mathematical and statistical modules in years one and two are available as either econometrics or quantitative economics. The former is available only to those with A level maths or equivalent, while the latter is available to everyone, allowing you to tailor the mathematical content of the degree to your aptitude and interests. If you wish you may switch from econometrics in year one to quantitative economics in year two.... [-]