Description of Course:
The BScEcon Economics program aims to cultivate a new generation of economic thinkers. Led by a research-focused faculty, you will be prompted to contemplate the societal, economic, and ethical consequences of your decisions through modules covering areas such as labor economics, development, ethics, and morality.
Guided by their expertise, you will translate theoretical knowledge into practical applications and explore solutions to a variety of social and political challenges. This prepares you for diverse career paths in business, banking, and consultancy, or further academic pursuits through postgraduate and doctoral studies. The Economics course spans three years of full-time study, encompassing both mandatory and elective modules, with a typical annual credit attainment of 120 and a cumulative total of 360 credits.