This course combines training in economics with the freedom to explore complementary subjects. You'll develop the core skills employers look for, with the potential to gain excellent industry experience through competitive work placements in your second year. The economics degree offers a different approach. One that provides formal training in economic theory and application, but which also allows you to choose a complementary specialism that best suits you. This better prepares you for the job market, as you'll also have a comprehensive understanding of an area traditional economics graduates won't.
Modules include: People and society; concepts, ideas and perspectives; communication and technology; markets and organisation.
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