This programme provides a thorough grounding in economic theory and analysis as well as good knowledge of econometrics and quantitative techniques. The two'subject degree combines economics with another discipline or language.
Economics Years 1: Introduction to economic analysis; introduction to quantitative methods for economists (for those without A level mathematics or equivalent); quantitative methods for economists (for those with A level mathematics grade A or B or equivalent); comparative growth in Asia and Africa. Year 2: Intermediate economic analysis; econometrics; quantitative methods for economists; quantitative methods for economists; economics of developing countries I; banking and finance in economic development; foreign trade and development. Year 3: Advanced economic analysis; applied econometrics; economic development of Africa; economic development of South Asia; economic development of South'East Asia; economic development of Japan since 1868; economic development of modern China; economic development of the modern Middle East; economics of developing countries II; independent study project in economics. African studies Modules include: Amharic; Hausa; Somali; Swahili; Yoruba; Zulu; culture in Africa; language in Africa; African history; African art and archaeology; contemporary African literature; history in African and Caribbean literature; African language literatures (oral and written); representations and transformations: South African drama and film; the structure of Bantu languages; theory and practice of Swahili translation; religions of Africa; black urban studies; introduction to pan'Africanism; music in Africa; the world of Cuban music.
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- GCE A-level AAB-AAA
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