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Second year programme – Flexible Combined Honours

economicsThere are three pathways available, according to which Economics modules you studied in your first year.

1) Year one was Macro- and Microeconomics (BEE1030 and BEE1031)

Compulsory Economics module(s):

  • Macroeconomics 2BEE2025 (30 credits)

and / or

  • Microeconomics 2BEE2026 (30 credits)

 

2) Year one was Macro- or Microeconomics (BEE1030 or BEE1031)

Compulsory Economics module:

  • Economic Principles and PolicyBEE2024 (30 credits)

 

3) Year one was Economic Principles (BEE1029)

Compulsory Economics module:

  • Economic Principles and PolicyBEE2024 (30 credits)

 

Pathway 1 or 2. Optional modules

any remaining credits to make up your second-year Economics programme are chosen from level-two Economics modules available in the Business School, e.g.:

  • Public Finance BEE2005 (30 credits)
  • Introduction to Econometric TheoryBEE2020 (15 credits)
  • Statistics and EconometricsBEE2006 (30 credits)

 

Second-year transfer into Economics from another Exeter first-year programme

If you would like to transfer into Economics from your second year and Economics has not formed part of the name of your degree in your first year, you should have 3 grade As at A-Level or equivalent tariff points.

Entry into the second year will require an interview with the Business School FCH co-ordinator.

The pathway you follow depends on whether you have A-Level Economics and/or have studied any Economics in your first year.

a) No Economics A-Level and no Economics in your first year

 

Year two

Compulsory module:

  • Economic Principles BEE1029 (30 credits)

and you are strongly recommended to take:

  • Basic Mathematical EconomicsBEE1020 (15 credits) (if A-Level Maths has not been taken)

You choose other Economics level one (or level 2 if appropriate) modules available in the Business School to make up the number of credits you would like to study.

Year three

Compulsory module:

  • Economic Principles and PolicyBEE2024 (30 credits)

You choose other Economics modules available in the Business School to make up the number of credits you would like to study. These must be level 3 modules.

 

b) Economics A-Level or Economics in your first year

If you have Economics A-Level or have taken any Economics modules in your first year, the composition of your second-year Economics modules is determined through discussion with the Business School FCH co-ordinator.

Business School web pages.