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Coventry University
Coventry, Great Britain
On campus
 1104 Points
3 Years

Program Description

Economics is a social science which focuses on the allocation of scarce resources among competing needs. It affects us all, with almost every aspect of modern society, from the taxes we pay to the price of anything we buy, dictated by economic forces.

By studying Economics BSc (Hons) at Coventry University, you will have the opportunity to investigate how individuals, businesses, and governments continually make challenging choices to ensure they pursue their goals in the most optimal way, despite the many constraints they face, such as limited time, money and materials. Economics provides the analytical tools to understand how such decisions are made and assesses the consequences for individuals and societies, both nationally and internationally.

Through a focus on contemporary economic debate and the applications of economics, our course seeks to cultivate logical thinking, quantitative skills and real-world expertise to support your employability upon successful graduation. Former graduates of the course have gone on to find successful careers in areas such as financial services, accountancy, consultancy and the civil service.

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Year 1

Principles of Economics 1

Applied Economic Principles

The Economist's Toolkit - Analytical and Professional Skills

Principles of Economics 2

Mathematics for Economists

Statistics for Economists


Year 2

Intermediate Microeconomics

Introduction to Econometrics

The Economist's Toolkit - Employability Skills

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Topics in Applied Economics

Optional modules

Year 3

Advanced Microeconomics - Theory and Policy

Advanced Macroeconomics - Theory and Policy

The Economist's Toolkit - Research Methods


Optional modules



On successful completion, you should be well placed to pursue a wide variety of potential future career options in areas such as:

  • investment banking
  • accountancy
  • tax consultancy
  • the public sector
  • auditing
  • derivatives trading
  • management consultancy
  • mergers and acquisitions

Recent graduates from our economics courses have found employment in a wide variety of careers at managerial level with a number of prestigious employers including:

  • PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
  • Bank of England
  • Government Economic Service (GES)
  • Vodafone and HSBC

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