Economics within Natural Sciences 2018-2019
This pages is primarily intended for existing students. It consists of modules available to Natural Sciences students, Joint-Honours regulations and general advice (which includes links to Departmental advice.)
The following lists the module code and the title of each module by the level of each module - clicking on the link will take you to further details listed in the Faculty Handbooks.
The last digit of the module code indicates whether the module is single, double or triple. The level indicates the year in which modules are normally taken, but it is often the case that students take modules from the adjacent level beneath the year of study. Visit the Subjects page for the general overarching rules and structure.
Please note that the modules on offer and the requirements for progression can change from year to year and that the only combinations of modules that are guaranteed to fit in the timetable are those splits between the two departments on an approved Joint Honours routes (MSci and BSc).Capstone Modules. These modules are denoted with G
Economics modules available to Natural Sciences students
Level 1 modules
Principles Of Economics (ECON1011)
Economic Methods (ECON1021)
Accounting And Finance In Business (ECON1041)
Introduction To Environmental Economics (ECON1051)
The World Economy (ECON1071)
Introduction To The History Of Economic Thought (ECON1081)
Level 2 modules
Economic Principles I: Macroeconomics (ECON2011)
Economic Principles II: Microeconomics (ECON2021)
Economic Data Analysis I (ECON2061)
European Economics (ECON2071)
Business Competition (ECON2081)
Economics Of Social Policy (ECON2091)
Financial Economics (ECON2101)
Intermediate Methods For Economics And Finance (ECON2121)
Behavioural And Experimental Economics (ECON2141)
Level 3 modules
Applied Econometrics (ECON3011)
Dissertation In EconomicsG (ECON3012)
History Of Economic Thought (ECON3051)
Industrial Organisation (ECON3061)
International Economics (ECON3071)
Labour Economics (ECON3081)
Monetary Economics (ECON3111)
Environmental Economics And Policy (ECON3161)
Development Economics (ECON3171)
Public Economics (ECON3191)
Advanced Microeconomic Theory (ECON3201)
Advanced Macroeconomic Theory (ECON3211)
Security Investment Analysis (ECON3241)
Financial Theory And Corporate Policy (ECON3251)
Post-keynesian Economics (ECON3291)
Game Theory And Applications (ECON3301)
Heterodox Economic Theory (ECON3311)
Requirements for Joint Honours (BSc Programmes)There are 2 routes within Economics: Economics without Mathematics route and Economics with Mathematics route.
Economics with Mathematics
40 credits: Modules taken from the Level 3 Economics list. If 60 credits or more are taken, 20 credits may be taken at Level 2.
40 credits: Modules taken from the Level 3 Economics list. If 60 credits or more credits are taken, 20 credits can be at Level 2.
Advice for progression and other aspectsNatural Sciences advice
Students are unable to take Economic Methods (ECON1021) if they take any Mathematics module other than Discrete Mathematics (MATH1031) due to a major overlap in content.
There is some limited progression if one of Economic Principles I: Macroeconomics (ECON2011) or Economic Principles II: Microeconomics (ECON2021) or Financial Economics (ECON2101) is taken.
For more information about the Natural Sciences degree programme, please contact:
Dr. James Blowey
Deputy Head of Faculty
Faculty of Science Office
Level 3 Chemistry Building
The Natural Sciences web pages are maintained by James Blowey