This is a fast-track, nine-month programme that provides rigorous training in core skills in analytical economics and econometrics, as well as allowing some specialisation in chosen areas of the subject. It is intended for graduates whose first degree did not focus on economics. It is a free-standing qualification, enabling graduates to seek employment in economics-related fields. For graduates intending to pursue further study, the programme is designed to meet entrance requirements for postgraduate programmes at Master's level or higher.
Core units Three units are taken from the school's undergraduate programmes: -Econometrics -Intermediate Economics 1 with extended essay -Intermediate Economics 2 with extended essay
Optional units You must select two specialised units from a list announced each year. This list includes both second- and third-year undergraduate units, and students must choose at least one third-year unit. A typical list might include: -Current Economic Problems -Environmental Economics -History of Economic Thought -Industrial Economics -International Economics -Labour Economics* -Macroeconomic Theory and Policy -Corporate Finance -Growth and Development -Applied Microeconomics -Behavioural Economics
*Permission to take this unit is at the unit director's discretion.
Successful completion of this programme will enable graduates to seek employment in economics-related fields and meet entrance requirements for postgraduate programmes at Master's level or higher.
An upper second-class degree (or international equivalent). Entrance qualifications must include a significant mathematical/statistical component, either at degree level or a minimum of grade A at A-level Mathematics (or equivalent). Candidates should supply details of high school qualifications when applying.
Recipient: University of Bristol
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