Business, Economics and Law
MScEcon Business Economics with Finance
Taught and Research
Postgraduate students in Economics have access to state-of-the-art research facilities. The University Library is excellent and maintains a full range of research resources for economists, many of which are available online.
All our taught degree schemes follow a common modular structure. To be awarded a Masters degree, you must accumulate 180 credits over Parts One and Two of the academic programme.
Part One is a wholly taught component, in which you must acquire 120 credits from a list of compulsory and optional modules.
Part Two, yielding 60 credits, is a supervised summer dissertation in which you are required to produce a critical review of the literature and make a contribution to any field of study selected from the taught syllabus.
The Department currently offers three MSc schemes in Business Economics, Business Economics with Finance, and Business Economics with Computing.
Each scheme is characterised by a combination of compulsory and optional modules.
The schemes are designed to be academically rigorous and to meet the needs of employers for high-quality personnel who have advanced training in business economics, finance and computing.
The compulsory modules are as for the MScEcon in Business Economics, above, plus three modules: Financial Economics, Financial Econometrics, Management of International Finance.
Optional modules are: Economic Forecasting, Marketing, Business Law, Labour and Personnel Economics, Dissertation in Part Two.
International Student Requirements:
Equivalent overseas qualifications may be considered.
Facts & Figures
International Financial Aid:
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