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Economics Joint Major (ECJ1)
School: Economics



Economics may also be taken as a Joint Major (25 Credit Major) in combination with other subjects offered on the BA programme. For students entering the BA programme via DN500 (BA Joint Honours), click here to view stage 1 modules.




     Stage 2   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits, Area Notes )
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ECON20010Intermediate Microeconomics ISemester One5
ECON20040Statistics for EconomistsSemester One5
ECON20020Intermediate MacroeconomicsSemester Two5
ECON20180Intermediate Microeconomics IISemester Two5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
DEV20130Achieving the Sustainable Development GoalsSemester Two5
ECON20060Irish EconomySemester One5
ECON20080Economic Policy AnalysisSemester One5
ECON20190Introduction to Financial EconomicsSemester One5
ECON20100Game TheorySemester Two5
ECON20120The Economics of the European Union: Institutions, Policies and CrisesSemester Two5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSemester Two5
MATH20330Optimisation for EconomicsSemester One5
 

     Stage 3   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits, Area Notes )
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
DEV20130Achieving the Sustainable Development GoalsSemester Two5
ECON20060Irish EconomySemester One5
ECON20080Economic Policy AnalysisSemester One5
ECON20190Introduction to Financial EconomicsSemester One5
ECON30100The Economics of Health and Health PolicySemester One5
ECON30160International Trade EconomicsSemester One5
ECON30180Industrial Economics: Economics of Business StrategySemester One5
ECON30270Behavioural Economics and Public PolicySemester One5
ECON30290Advanced MicroeconomicsSemester One5
ECON30360Labour EconomicsSemester One5
ECON30130Econometrics: Applying Statistics to Economic DataSemester One and Two5
ECON20100Game TheorySemester Two5
ECON20120The Economics of the European Union: Institutions, Policies and CrisesSemester Two5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSemester Two5
ECON30120Advanced MacroeconomicsSemester Two5
ECON30150International Money and BankingSemester Two5
ECON30170Financial Economics: Asset PricingSemester Two5
ECON30190Public Economics: Government Spending, Taxation and Public ChoiceSemester Two5
ECON30370Economics of the EnvironmentSemester Two5
ECON30380History and Economics of Financial CrisesSemester Two5
FIN30200Econometrics of Financial MarkSemester Two5
MATH20330Optimisation for EconomicsSemester One5
 

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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
DEV20130Achieving the Sustainable Development GoalsSemester Two5
ECON20060Irish EconomySemester One5
ECON20080Economic Policy AnalysisSemester One5
ECON20190Introduction to Financial EconomicsSemester One5
ECON30100The Economics of Health and Health PolicySemester One5
ECON30160International Trade EconomicsSemester One5
ECON30180Industrial Economics: Economics of Business StrategySemester One5
ECON30270Behavioural Economics and Public PolicySemester One5
ECON30290Advanced MicroeconomicsSemester One5
ECON30360Labour EconomicsSemester One5
ECON30130Econometrics: Applying Statistics to Economic DataSemester One and Two5
ECON20100Game TheorySemester Two5
ECON20120The Economics of the European Union: Institutions, Policies and CrisesSemester Two5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSemester Two5
ECON30120Advanced MacroeconomicsSemester Two5
ECON30150International Money and BankingSemester Two5
ECON30170Financial Economics: Asset PricingSemester Two5
ECON30190Public Economics: Government Spending, Taxation and Public ChoiceSemester Two5
ECON30370Economics of the EnvironmentSemester Two5
ECON30380History and Economics of Financial CrisesSemester Two5
FIN30200Econometrics of Financial MarkSemester Two5
MATH20330Optimisation for EconomicsSemester One5
 

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