The department offers a range of Economics courses at undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research degree level.
BSc (Hons) Economics
This flexible degree will prepare you for the widest range of careers in economics, business and finance. It has the structure with the most flexibility and has the widest variety of elective choice.
BSc (Hons) Economics (Economics with Econometrics)
This degree is very similar to the BSc Economics degree, but with a larger emphasis on data analysis. The choice of core modules will prepare you for careers in economics, business and finance that require more advanced data analysis.
BSc (Hons) Economics with Accounting
This accredited economics degree is designed for anyone who wants to pursue a career in accountancy, finance or banking. It gives you a head start in any accounting-related career with modules accredited by accounting bodies – useful for later professional training and exam exemptions.
BSc (Hons) Financial Economics
This degree will teach the economics of financial markets, and help you develop the analytical abilities of a trained financial economist. It is very suitable for a career in finance or investment banking.
MSc Business Economics / International Business Economics
Learn how to apply economic tools of analysis to the operation of business in a globalised world.
MSc Development Economics
Learn how to apply economic analysis to the crucial policy questions faced by developing countries.
MSc Economic Evaluation in Healthcare
Gain vital skills to carry out economic evaluation in the health care sector and answer some of the most critical policy questions in the world today.
Develop theoretical, applied and empirical tools to analyse economic problems opening a wide range of careers in business, finance, policymaking and further study.
MSc Financial Economics
Develop an advanced understanding of modern economic theory to solve problems in the ever-changing world of finance.
MSc Health Economics
Acquire a highly valued set of skills required to make key decisions as a health economics expert in both developed and developing countries.
PhD / MPhil Economics
We have a wide-ranging but focused research programme with an emphasis on rigorous economic and econometric modelling as well as a concern for practical applications in both private and public sectors.
Our PhD students have access to training opportunities offered by the South East Network for Social Sciences (SeNSS) Doctoral Training Programme and can benefit from training provided by the Doctoral College.
They also have access to modules, summer schools and training opportunities offered by PhD Training Networks (ShoT/SEDOT).