Programme Information for students starting in 2014/15

Stage 1

Single subject degree courses

This tab is for students taking the following degree courses:

  • Economics
  • Economics and Finance
  • Economics and Econometrics
  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance
  • Economics and Economic History

Degree course structures

All programme structures are composed of the same series of modules in the first year as listed below.

L100: Economics

L112: Economics & Finance

L124: Economics, Econometrics & Finance

L144: Economics & Econometrics

Microeconomics 1 (30) (PDF , 56kb)

Macroeconomics 1 (30) (PDF , 192kb)

Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb)

Probability 1 (10) (PDF , 62kb)

Statistics 1 (10) (PDF , 79kb)

Historical Perspectives (20) (PDF , 63kb)

First Year economics modules

Each module outline gives the essential information including an overview of its syllabus, assessment details, pre-requisites and textbook references, but before buying any textbooks you are advised to wait for confirmation at the start of the module. Please note some elements of these module outlines are subject to change. You will be notified by email of any such changes.

Elective modules from other departments are not permitted.

Stage 1 Joint

Joint subject degree courses

This tab is for students taking the following degree courses:

  • Economics and Sociology
  • History and Economics
  • Economics and Mathematics
  • Mathematics and Finance

Joint Degree course structures

What modules you will study on your course in stages 2 & 3 - 

STAGE 1: Joint degree programmes (60/40 credits) from 2014/15

LL13: Economics & Sociology VL11: History & Economics LG11: Economics & Mathematics GL11: Mathematics & Finance LOV0: PPE (60 or 40 credits) LL12: Economics & Politics LV15: Economics & Philosophy
Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb) Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb) Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb) Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb) Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb) Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb)
Probability 1 (10) (PDF , 62kb) Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb) Economic Data Analysis 1 (10) (PDF , 59kb) Economic Data Analysis 1 (10) (PDF , 59kb) Probability 1 (10) (PDF , 62kb) Probability 1 (10) (PDF , 62kb) Probability 1 (10) (PDF , 62kb)
Statistics 1 (10) (PDF , 79kb) Either:     Statistics 1 (10) (PDF , 79kb) Statistics 1 (10) (PDF , 79kb)
Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb) Historical Perspectives (20) (PDF , 63kb)     Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb) Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb) Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb)
  Or:     Or (non-ects route)    
  Probability 1 (10) (PDF , 62kb)     Economics 1 (30) (PDF , 57kb)    
  Statistics 1 (10) (PDF , 79kb)     Mathematics 1 (10) (PDF , 54kb)    

 

Part 2 Module registration information 14-16 (PDF , 93kb)

First Year economics modules

Each module outline gives the essential information including an overview of its syllabus, assessment details, pre-requisites and textbook references, but before buying any textbooks you are advised to wait for confirmation at the start of the module. Please note some elements of these module outlines are subject to change. You will be notified by email of any such changes.

Elective modules from other departments are not permitted.

Stage 2

Single subject degree courses

Each module outline gives the essential information including an overview of its syllabus, assessment details, pre-requisites and textbook references, but before buying any textbooks you are advised to wait for confirmation at the start of the module. Please note some elements of these module outlines are subject to change. You will be notified by email of any such changes. Please note: Economics students are not permitted to take elective modules with other departments in Stage 2 & 3

Degree course structures

STAGE 2: Common core plus options  (120 credits) from 2015/16

L100: Economics L112: Economics & Finance L124: Economics, Econometrics & Finance L144: Economics & Econometrics LV13 Economics & Economic History
Microeconomics 2 (20) Microeconomics 2 (20) Microeconomics 2 (20) Microeconomics 2 (20) Microeconomics 2 (20)
Macroeconomics 2 (20) Macroeconomics 2 (20) Macroeconomics 2 (20) Macroeconomics 2 (20) Macroeconomics 2 (20)
Econometrics 2 (20) Econometrics 2 (20) Econometrics 2 (20) Econometrics 2 (20) Econometrics 2 (20)
Economic Growth & Development - a 20th century perspective (20) Mathematics 2 (10) Mathematics 2 (10) Mathematics 2 (10) Economic Growth & Development - a 20th century perspective (20)
Mathematics 2 (10) Intro to Accountancy (10 Econometric Theory 1 (10) Econometric Theory 1 (10) Mathematics 2 (10)
  FECM (20) Econometric Theory 2 (10) Econometric Theory 2 (10)  
    Intro to Accountancy (10)    
 Choose 30 credits (see table below)  Choose 20 credits (from menus C and D)  FECM (20)  Choose 30 credits (from menus A and B)  Choose 30 credits (see table below)

Table of Options – only one module can be selected from each menu

               Economic Theory & Econometrics   Applied Economics Finance   Growth & Development
Menu A     FECM (20) Development Economics (20)
Menu B Dynamic Modelling (10) Economics of Population (10) Intro to Accountancy (10)  
Menu C Econometric Theory 1 (10) Cost-Benefit Analysis (10)    
Menu D Econometric Theory 2 (10)   Commodity Markets (10) Making Poverty History (10)

Selecting your modules - Second year modules

Please see below for the second year module outlines 2015/16

ECO00001I Microeconomics II 15/16 (PDF , 71kb) - Economics students only

ECO000021 Macroeconomics II 15/16 (PDF , 60kb) - Economics students only

ECO00003I Econometrics 2 15/16 (PDF , 76kb)

ECO00004I FECM 15/16 (PDF , 73kb)

ECO00006I Development Economics 15/16 (PDF , 86kb)

ECO00008I Introduction to Accountancy 15/16 (PDF , 61kb)

ECO00009I Cost Benefit Analysis 15/16 (PDF , 58kb)

ECO00012I Dynamic Modelling for Economists 15/16 (PDF , 75kb)

ECO00015I Economics of Population 15/16 (PDF , 78kb)

ECO00016I Making Poverty History 15/16 (PDF , 102kb)

ECO00019I EconometricTheory I 15/16 (PDF , 58kb)

ECO00021I Econometric Theory II 15/16 (PDF , 70kb)

ECO00024I Growth and Development 15/16 (PDF , 87kb)

ECO00027I Mathematics 2 15/16 (PDF , 58kb)

 

Please be aware of the pre-requisites for the 3rd year modules for 2016/17 when selecting your 2nd year modules.

These pre-requisites can be found in the table below.

Module Pre-requisites
Applied Economics  
Applied Econometrics Econometrics 2
Microeconomics 3 Microeconomics 2 or Economics 2-Micro
Macroeconomics 3 Macroeconomics 2 or Economics 2-Macro
Principles of Corporate Finance FECM
Structure & Regulation of Financial Markets FECM
EMR Econometric Theory 1 or LG11/GL11
Alternative Perspectives  
Bubbles, Panics and Crashes  
Financial and Time Series Econometrics Econometric Theory 1 or LG11/GL11
International Economic Growth and Development  
Health Economics  
International Economics  
Industrial Economics  
Labour Economics  
Mathematical Economics

Micro 2 or Economics 2-Micro

Macro 2 or Economics 2-Macro

Monetary Economics  
Political Economics  
Economics of Social Policy  

Stage 2 Joint

Joint Degree course structures 

STAGE 2: Joint degree programmes (60/40 credits) from 2015/16

LL13: Economics & Sociology   Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 Econometrics 2 (20)
VL11: History &  Economics  Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 Econometrics 2 (20) or

 Economic Growth & Development - a 20th century perspective (20)

LG11: Economics & Mathematics  Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 Econometrics 2 (20)
GL11: Mathematics & Finance  Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 FECM(20)
LOV0: PPE  Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 + option of Econometrics 2 (20) if on ‘econometrics route’
LL12: Economics & Politics  Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 Econometrics 2 (20)
LV15: Economics & Philosophy  Economics 2 - Microeconomics (20)
 ECO00025I
 Economics 2 - Macroeconomics (20) 
 ECO00026I
 Econometrics 2 (20)

Selecting your modules - Second year modules

Please see below for the second year module outlines 2015/16

ECO00003I Econometrics 2 15/16 (PDF , 76kb)

ECO00004I FECM 15/16 (PDF , 73kb)

ECO00006I Development Economics 15/16 (PDF , 86kb)

ECO00009I Cost Benefit Analysis 15/16 (PDF , 58kb)

ECO00012I Dynamic Modelling for Economists 15/16 (PDF , 75kb)

ECO00015I Economics of Population 15/16 (PDF , 78kb)

ECO00016I Making Poverty History 15/16 (PDF , 102kb)

ECO00017I Commodity Markets 15/16 (PDF , 77kb)

ECO00019I EconometricTheory I 15/16 (PDF , 58kb)

ECO00021I Econometric Theory II 15/16 (PDF , 70kb)

ECO00024I Growth and Development 15/16 (PDF , 87kb)

ECO00025I Economics 2 (Microeconomics) 15/16 (PDF , 69kb) - Joint students only

ECO00026I Economics 2 (Macroeconomics) 15/16 (PDF , 72kb) - Joint students only

ECO00027I Mathematics 2 15/16 (PDF , 58kb)

 

Please be aware of the pre-requisites for the 3rd year modules for 2016/17 when selecting your 2nd year modules.

These pre-requisites can be found in the table below.

Module Pre-requisites
Applied Economics  
Applied Econometrics Econometrics 2
Principles of Corporate Finance FECM
Structure & Regulation of Financial Markets FECM
EMR Econometric Theory 1 or LG11/GL11
Alternative Perspectives  
Bubbles, Panics and Crashes  
Financial and Time Series Econometrics Econometric Theory 1 or LG11/GL11
International Economic Growth and Development  
Health Economics  
International Economics  
Industrial Economics  
Labour Economics  
Mathematical Economics

Micro 2 or Economics 2-Micro

Macro 2 or Economics 2-Macro

Monetary Economics  
Political Economics  
Economics of Social Policy

Stage 3

Single subject degree courses

Each module outline gives the essential information including an overview of its syllabus, assessment details, pre-requisites and textbook references, but before buying any textbooks you are advised to wait for confirmation at the start of the module. Please note some elements of these module outlines are subject to change. You will be notified by email of any such changes. Please note: Economics students are not permitted to take elective modules with other departments in Stage 2 & 3

Degree course structures

STAGE 3: Options & pathways (120 credits) from 2016/17

L100: Economics L112: Economics & Finance L124: Economics, Econometrics & Finance L144: Economics & Econometrics LV13 Economics & Economic History

Choose 120 credits

Principles of  Corporate Finance (20)

Principles of  Corporate Finance & Derivative Securities (20)

EMR (20),

Bubbles , Panics & Crashes(20)

 

Structure and Regulation (20)

Structure and Regulation (20)

Financial (& Time Series) Econometrics (20)*

International Economic Growth and Development (20)

 

Choose 80 credits (from menus A, B, C , D or G)

EMR (20)

Choose 80 credits (from menus A, B, C, E or F)

Choose 80 credits (from menus A, B, C, E or F)

   

Financial & Time Series Econometrics (20)*

   
   

Choose 40 credits (from menus A, B, or C)

   

* Combines Financial Econometrics and Introduction to Time Series in a 20 credit module

Table of Options & Pathways – only one module can be selected from each menu

  Theory Applied/
Econometrics
Finance Macro, Growth &
Development
Micro Public Policy

Menu A    

Microeconomics 3
(20)
Alternative
Perspectives
(20)
       
Menu B Macroeconomics 3
(20)
Applied
Economics
(20)
       
Menu C Mathematical
Economics
(20)
Applied
Econometrics
(20)
  International
Economics
(20)
   
Menu D Monetary Economics
(20)
EMR
(20)
    Industrial
Economics
(20)
 
Menu E    

Principles of Corporate Finance
and Derivative Securities
(20)

International Economic
Growth and Development
(20)

Experimental
Economics
(20)
Economics of Social Policy
(20)
Menu F     Structure and Regulation
(20)
  Labour Economics
(20)

Political
Economics
(20)

Menu G     Financial & Time Series
Econometrics
(20)*
Bubbles, Panics &
Crashes (20)
  Health Economics
(20)

Selecting your modules - Third year modules

Please see below for the third year module outlines 2016/17

ECO00001H Microeconomics III 16/17 (PDF , 73kb)
ECO00002H Macroeconomics III 16/17 (PDF , 81kb)
ECO00003H Applied Economics 16/17 (PDF , 76kb)
ECO00004H Economics of Social Policy 16/17 (PDF , 131kb)
ECO00005H Labour Economics 16/17 (PDF , 60kb)
ECO00006H Health Economics 17-18 (PDF  , 80kb)
ECO00007H Mathematical Economics 16/17 (PDF , 81kb)
ECO00008H Industrial Economics 16/17 (PDF , 79kb)
ECO00009H International Economics 16/17 (PDF , 74kb)
ECO00010H Monetary Economics 16/17 (PDF , 77kb)
ECO00011H Alternative Perspectives in Economics 16/17 (PDF , 79kb)
ECO00012H Principles of Corporate Finance 16/17 (PDF , 78kb)
ECO00013H The Structure and Regulation of Financial Markets 16/17 (PDF , 79kb)
ECO00014H Applied Econometrics 16/17 (PDF , 80kb)
ECO00015H Econometric Methods for Research 16/17 (PDF , 74kb)
ECO00018H Bubbles, Panics and Crashes 16/17 (PDF , 68kb)
ECO00019H International Economic Growth and Development 16/17 (PDF , 91kb)
ECO00027H Political Economics 16/17 (PDF , 146kb)
ECO00028H Experimental Economics 16/17 (PDF , 127kb)
ECO00029H Financial and Time Series Econometrics 16/17 (PDF , 81kb)


 

Stage 3 Joint

Joint Degree course structures 

STAGE 3: Joint degree programmes from 2016/17

LL13: Economics & Sociology VL11: History & Economics LG11: Economics & Mathematics GL11: Mathematics & Finance LOV0: PPE LL12: Economics & Politics LV15: Economics & Philosophy
Choose options Choose options Choose options Principles of  Corporate Finance & Derivative Securities (20) Choose options Choose options Choose options
      Structure and Regulation (20)      
      Financial & Time Series Econometrics (20)*      

* Combines Financial Econometrics and Introduction to Time Series in a 20 credit module

Table of Options & Pathways – only one module can be selected from each menu

  Theory Applied/
Econometrics
Finance Macro, Growth &
Development
Micro Public Policy

Menu A    

Microeconomics 3
(20)
Alternative
Perspectives
(20)
       
Menu B Macroeconomics 3
(20)
Applied
Economics
(20)
       
Menu C Mathematical
Economics
(20)
Applied
Econometrics
(20)
  International
Economics
(20)
   
Menu D Monetary Economics
(20)
EMR
(20)
    Industrial
Economics
(20)
 
Menu E    

Principles of Corporate Finance
and Derivative Securities
(20)

International Economic
Growth and Development

(20)
Experimental
Economics
(20)
Economics of Social Policy
(20)
Menu F     Structure and Regulation
(20)
  Labour Economics
(20)

Political
Economics
(20)

Menu G     Financial & Time Series
Econometrics
(20)*
Bubbles, Panics &
Crashes (20)
  Health Economics
(20)

 

Selecting your modules - Third year modules

Please see below for the third year module outlines 2016/17

 

ECO00001H Microeconomics III 16/17 (PDF , 73kb)
ECO00002H Macroeconomics III 16/17 (PDF , 81kb)
ECO00003H Applied Economics 16/17 (PDF , 76kb)
ECO00004H Economics of Social Policy 16/17 (PDF , 131kb)
ECO00005H Labour Economics 16/17 (PDF , 60kb)
ECO00006H Health Economics 16/17 (PDF , 80kb)
ECO00007H Mathematical Economics 16/17 (PDF , 81kb)
ECO00008H Industrial Economics 16/17 (PDF , 79kb)
ECO00009H International Economics 16/17 (PDF , 74kb)
ECO00010H Monetary Economics 16/17 (PDF , 77kb)
ECO00011H Alternative Perspectives in Economics 16/17 (PDF , 79kb)
ECO00012H Principles of Corporate Finance 16/17 (PDF , 78kb)
ECO00013H The Structure and Regulation of Financial Markets 16/17 (PDF , 79kb)
ECO00014H Applied Econometrics 16/17 (PDF , 80kb)
ECO00015H Econometric Methods for Research 16/17 (PDF , 74kb)
ECO00018H Bubbles, Panics and Crashes 16/17 (PDF , 68kb)
ECO00019H International Economic Growth and Development 16/17 (PDF , 91kb)
ECO00027H Political Economics 16/17 (PDF , 146kb)
ECO00028H Experimental Economics 16/17 (PDF , 127kb)
ECO00029H Financial and Time Series Econometrics 16/17 (PDF , 81kb)

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