BSc. in Economics and Finance

Who is it for?

This degree has been primarily designed for those who are interested in a career as a financial economist whether in academia, finance (investment or commercial banking, risk management, research, fund management or securities' trading), or government.

More generally, the combination of economic reasoning and mathematical and other quantitative skills acquired as part of this degree should suit those interested in pursuing careers in consultancy, general management, or accountancy.

Course Plan

Foundation Units
Course Code Title
02 Introduction to economics
05a Mathematics 1 (half unit)
05b Mathematics 2 (half unit)
04a Statistics 1 (half unit)
04b Statistics 2 (half unit)
24 Principles of Banking and Finance
Further Units
Course Code Title
65 Macroeconomics
66 Microeconomics
20 Elements of Econometrics
92 Corporate Finance


Quantitative Finance


One unit from F(i) or F(ii)


One unit from any selection group
F(i) Group
Course Code Title
21 Principles of Sociology
F(ii) Group
Course Code Title
25 Principles of Accounting
107 Introduction to Business and Management
24 Principles of Banking and Finance
E Group
Course Code Title
115 Monetary Economics
16 International Economics
44 Economics of Development
20 Elements of Econometrics
M Group
Course Code Title
141 Principles of Marketing
75 Human Resource Management
32 Management Science Methods
92 Corporate Finance


Organizational Theory: An Interdisciplinary Approach

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