Economics is the perfect combination of numbers and words, problems, essays, calculations and interpretations. It is both an art and a science subject. Students will have the opportunity to learn and build microeconomic models which give insights into the real world, and then to critique these models on the basis of their assumptions. There is rarely a right answer in Economics but any argument put forward must be backed up by quantitative evidence. Students will ultimately enjoy Economics because it allows them to employ and develop analytical and evaluative skills.
students in this course will be working towards
10 credits that are internally assessed and 10 credits that are externally assessed Course endorsement is possible in L3 Economics 20 credits towards Level 1 Literacy 10R, 10B credits to UE literacy (R/W/B) This course is university approved