The course emphasises both theoretical foundations and real-world application in core and advanced areas of behavioural economics and the cognitive science of judgement and decision making.
The Economics Track is intended for those with an undergraduate degree in economics. Students attend a short pre-sessional maths and statistics course before the term starts and take modules in Econometrics and Microeconomics in Term 1.
You must have, or expect to obtain, a degree specialising mainly in economics of first or upper second class honours standard from a British university or the equivalent from an overseas university.You should have achieved a good standard in undergraduate courses in mathematics and economic statistics. Whilst formal techniques are taught as part of the MSc course, prior training in these areas of mathematics and statistics is expected.
Recipient: University of Warwick
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