School of Economics

Years 1 & 2 (Pre-Honours)

Your undergraduate degree in economics will cover a comprehensive range of subjects, equipping you for further study and professional life.

Year one

In your first year, you will take Economics 1 and two other courses. 

If you are studying single honours Economics, you will take two further courses in outside subjects of your own choice.

If you are studying joint honours Economics, then you will take two other courses, one of which will be in your second subject.

 

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

09:00        

 

Independent Study Independent Study Independent Study Independent Study Independent Study

 

10:00

 

Economic History Lecture Independent Study Economic History Lecture Economic History Lecture Economic History Lecture

 

11:10

 

Independent Study Independent Study Economic History Lecture Economics 1 Tutorial EconPals

 

12:10

 

Economics 1 Tutorial Independent Study Independent Study Economics 1 Tutorial Independent Study

 

13:05

 

         

 

14:00

 

Independent Study EconPals   Independent Study Independent Study

 

15:00

 

Intro to Politics & International Relations Independent Study   Intro to Politics & International Relations Independent Study

 

16:10

 

Independent Study Economics 1 Lecture   Economics 1 Lecture Economics 1 Lecture

 

17:10

 

Independent Study Independent Study EconSoc seminar Independent Study Independent Study

 

Year two

Economics 2

Statistical Methods for Economics

If you are studying single honours Economics, you will take further courses in outside subjects of your own choice or you could choose to take some of our 2nd year Economics option courses. 

Economics of Corporate Social Responsibility

In addition to a discussion of the topics grounded in economics, this course attempts to provide empirical motivation and evidence to the various topics addressed.

Introductory Financial Economics

This course aims to provide an understanding of the role of financial markets, the behaviour of asset prices and the economic causes and consequences of financial market imperfections.

Issues in Global Economics

This course illustrates the usefulness of economic analysis in a global context.

If you are studying joint honours Economics then you will take a course in your second subject although you may have enough time to take one of our option courses.