Undergraduate Courses incorporate single honours BSc (Hons) programmes which enable you to focus on specific areas of economics and include: MEcon Integrated Masters Programme, BSc Economics (3 year), BSc Business Economics (3 year), BSc Financial Economics (3 year) and BSc Economics, Money and Banking.
Our joint honours degrees allow you to blend economics with other disciplines. You may want to do this to continue with an area of interest from previous studies, or take up a new subject area as part of your degree, which may help you to specialise or to progress to a specific area of postgraduate study. Joint honours degrees include BSc (Hons) in Economics with options of International Relations or Development Studies. There is also a BA (Hons) in Economics with History.
New for 2016 is our BSc Economics, Money and Banking that combines study of core economics with the application of economic analysis to theoretical and applied aspects of money and banking. There are specialist modules in financial markets and banking, financial economics and international finance. For more information see our undergraduate courses section.