Middlesex University

Economics BSc Honours

Middlesex University
In London

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location London
Duration 3 Years
Start October 2020
  • Bachelor's degree
  • London
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Start:
    October 2020

Emagister adds to its catalog the Economics BSc Honours from Middlesex University of London.

Economic principles play an important role in the daily choices that we make and impacts on aspects of society from banking and financial services to public policy, education and healthcare. We provide our students with the necessary tools to address economic problems in the real world, ensuring graduates are able to confidently navigate their future career path.

Why study BSc Economics at Middlesex?
The study of Economics is concerned with a wide range of issues such as the production, consumption and pricing of goods and services, the study of incentives, the effect of social interactions on economics outcome, monetary and fiscal policies, and decision making. Through stimulating theory, quantitative methods and debate students explore the key factors that influence economic forces and learn to apply knowledge to real world problems.
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Oct-2020Now taking bookings

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· What are the objectives of this course?

The BSc Economics challenges students to grow and perform at a high level, helping them to acquire the technical knowledge, analytical skills and critical thinking that are in demand across many industry sectors and fields. Our degree can lead to a wide range of careers and roles across the finance, economics and policy sectors, including business analyst, economic consultant, investment analyst, researcher, policy analyst, among others. Highly active in areas at the forefront of economics, from applied microeconomics and networks to banking, trade and applied industrial organisations, our academics use their research to inform both the knowledge they deliver and the innovative teaching methods they use. For example students are taught by some of the world's leading experts in the cutting edge field of behavioural economics, with our Behavioural Economics Group ranked in the top 10 in the UK overall in Experimental Economics (RePEC, 2014).

· Requirements

If you have achieved a qualification such as a foundation degree or HND, or have gained credit at another university, you may be able to enter a Middlesex course in year two or three.

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Alice Williams
4.5 15/08/2016
What I would highlight: Economics teaches you a lot of life skills such as the reasons why things happen, why firms supply the number of items that they do. And it gives you a lot of real world knowledge, how to analyze things –not specifically economics. With Economics you learn mainly through lectures and seminaries, and then you work in your own time. You also have a couple of laboratory sessions where you learn the specialized computer programs. I really like how supportive the tutors are, if you need help you just have to ask and they will help you. They also have industry experience meaning you can benefit from baking and financial sectors.
What could be improved: No
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Financial Risk
Risk Management
International Trade
Labour Economics
Financial Risk Management
IT risk
Financial Training
Network Training
IT Development
IT Management
Economic Policy
Macroeconomic Environment

Course programme

Course Programme:

All students will follow the same course in the first and second years, developing your understanding of economics and specific aspects of the discipline. In your third year you can choose modules that develop specific 'pathways' in Quantitative Economics, Business, Finance, Behavioural and Experimental Economics, Development, Industrial economics or Banking. Alternatively you can select any of the optional modules and follow a solely Economics pathway.

Year 1
  • Principles of Microeconomics (30 Credits) Compulsory
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (30 Credits) Compulsory
  • Statistics and Inference (30 Credits) Compulsory
  • Quantitative Techniques 1 (30 Credits) Compulsory
Year 2
  • Microeconomics (30 Credits) Compulsory
  • Macroeconomics (30 Credits) Compulsory
  • Econometrics (30 Credits) Compulsory
  • Quantitative Techniques 2 (30 Credits) Compulsory
Year 3
  • Advanced Microeconomics
  • Advanced Macroeconomics
  • Advanced Econometrics
  • Research Topics in Economics
  • Social Network and Labour Economics
  • Development Economics
  • Behavioural Economics
  • Industrial Organisation
  • Trade: Theory and Policy
  • Experimental Economics
  • Banking Theory and Practice
  • Financial Risk Management in Banking
  • Monetary Policy
  • International Finance
  • Finance
  • Investment Analysis

Additional information

£12,500 per year