BSc ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
Individually and socially, the human well being depends primarily on economic performance and effective management. These are core disciplines which affect everybody. A person who understands them is always in demand in a wide range of human activities.
Economics is a major underlying principle of management. It provides an understanding of how processes of economic growth and change can be analysed and used to forecast and influence economic development and policy at different levels. In conjunction with management studies, a sound conception and analytical framework is established, within which rational management and decision making can occur.
The combination of economics and management studies prepare students for careers in a wide variety of fields including business, the media, government services, finance and marketing.
EC1002 Introduction to economics
MT105A Mathematics 1 and ST104A Statistics 1
AC1025 Principles of accounting
MN1178 Business and management in a global context
One course (or two half courses) from selection groups F1 and F2
200 and 300 Courses
MN2177 Core management concepts (MN1107 or MN1178)
EC2066 Microeconomics (EC1002 + MT105A)
EC2065 Macroeconomics (EC1002 + MT105A)
One course taken from the following:
FN3092 Corporate finance (EC1002 + MT105A or MT105B) OR
AC3059 Financial Management (AC1025)
IS2136 Information systems and organisations
SP2079 Elements of social and applied psychology
MN3032 Management science methods
(ST104A + MT105A)
MN3075 Human resource management
MN3127 Organisation theory: an interdisciplinary approach
(EC1002 or MN1178 or SP2079)
MN3141 Principles of marketing (EC1002 or SC1179 or SP2079)
One 300 course from Selection group E
One 300 course from Selection group M
One course from Selection groups E, M or S
* EC1002 Introduction to Economics must be taken with or after ST104A
Statistics 1 and MT105A Mathematics 1, not before.
- Please refer to the most current version of the EMFSS regulations. These can be found on the University of London International Programmes website.
- Parenthesis indicates the prerequisites of the course.
- The college will provide tuition for a selected number of optional courses. This selection will be based on students’ choices, number of students, and suitability of the course and availability of teachers.