Plymouth University International College

BSc (Hons) Economics with Law

Plymouth University International College
In Plymouth

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Plymouth
Duration 3 Years
Start October
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Plymouth
  • Duration:
    3 Years
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Your law minor means you’ll be eligible for entry into our Graduate Diploma in Law programme, enabling you to convert your degree to a 'qualifying' law degree. You will also have the opportunity to apply your skills in a work environment by taking our optional four year degree course, which contains an industrial placement, working full-time for a public or private sector organisation.

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Portland Villas, Plymouth PL4 6DX, UK, Devon, England
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Starts October
Portland Villas, Plymouth PL4 6DX, UK, Devon, England
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· Requirements

If you hold a BTEC qualification it is vital that you provide our Admissions team with details of the exact modules you have studied as part of the BTEC. Without this information we may be unable to process your application quickly and you could experience significant delays in the progress of your application to study with us. Please explicitly state the full list of modules within your qualification at the time of application.

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5.0 07/12/2018
What I would highlight: I am every excited to start my journey in the university as I have only enrolled myself by now.
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What I would highlight: The campus was great and I must say amazing. I met friendly people and had a great time with them.
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What you'll learn on the course

IT Law
Environmental Law
Financial economics
IT Law
IT Law
Contemporary Economics
Law Minor

Course programme

Year 1

In your first year, you’ll explore the world of economics and learn how to interpret economic data. You’ll build up a range of principles and theories and develop quantitative methods and study skills that will provide a firm foundation for further studies. You’ll also be introduced to the key areas of law and gain an understanding of the English, EU and international legal systems, and examine law in context to understand its relationship with other areas of study.

Core modules
  • ECN1001PP Introduction to Business and Financial Economics

  • ECN1005 Contemporary Economics

  • ECN1011 Principles of Economics A

  • ECN1012 Principles of Economics B

  • LAW1219 Legal Studies (Law Minor)

  • LAW1220 Introduction to Law (Law Minor)

Year 2

In your second year, you’ll build on the core syllabus of the first year, and develop your knowledge of theories and methods that are central to modern economic analysis. You’ll study micro and macro economics in depth and improve your quantitative skills with econometrics. You’ll also have a choice of law modules including consumer law, media and information law, tort and human rights.

Core modules
  • ECN2005 Econometrics

  • ECN2006 Microeconomics

  • ECN2012 Macroeconomics

  • EPIE200 Placement Preparation

Optional modules
  • ECN2008B Contemporary Business Economics

  • ECN2009 Economic Perspectives

  • ECN2011 Financial Economics

  • LAW2215 Environmental Law

  • LAW2216 Human Rights Law

  • LAW2218 Family Law

  • LAW2219 Immigration, Nationality and Refugee Law

  • LAW2220 Cybercrime: Issues and Regulation

  • LAW2226 Tort Law (Law Minor)

  • LAW2229 Jurisprudence: law, society and justice

Optional placement year

Get paid for hands-on work experience and develop your economic flair during our optional industrial placement. We'll support you to find the most suitable private or public sector placement. With the guidance of your host organisation, plus support from academic staff on your course, this provides an extremely valuable opportunity to apply and deepen your knowledge and to develop a range of skills that will be invaluable to your future career.

Core modules
  • EPIE300 Placement Year

  • EPIE301 The Placement Project

Final year

In your final year, you’ll research a dedicated honours project on a subject of your choice. You’ll learn more about the global economy and specialise in business, finance or economics topics of your choice. You can study a number of economics topics including economics of renewable energies in the UK and issues relating to environmental and economic sustainability. Law options include criminal law, media and information law, environmental law, and business regulation and corporate governance.

Core modules
  • ECN3017 International Economics

  • ECN3020 Economics Project

Optional modules
  • ECN3018 Economic Growth and Development

  • ECN3019 Games and Strategy

  • HRL308 Gender at Work

  • LAW3229 Environmental Law

  • LAW3230 Family Law

  • LAW3231 Criminal Law (Law Minor)

  • LAW3233 Commercial Law

  • LAW3235 Immigration, Nationality and Refugee Law

  • LAW3238 Sex, Power and Legal Control

  • LAW3239 Cybercrime: Issues and Regulation

  • LAW3244 Jurisprudence: law, society and justice

  • LAW3248 Law, Literature and the Screen

  • MAR321 Carriage of Goods by Sea

Additional information

International - £13,000

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