Degrees by CAO Code > DN500 BA Joint Honours FT > Economics

Economics (ECS1)
School: Economics



In your first year (called Stage 1) you take 12 modules over two semesters. You must study core modules in Economics and typically two further Arts subjects.

Stage 2 students progress with a major in Economics, students also get the chance to take a small number of elective modules from any School across the University during their degree programme.

See below for the full list of subjects. Further details per stage will be displayed when browsing through subject. Please note that some subject combinations may not be possible, for timetable or other reasons.

(Please Note:Stage 1 below is only applicable to direct entry students. Students entering the BA programme via DN500 (Omnibus) do not select specific majors until stage 2. DN500 students must apply to the relevant School for entry to a single major).




     Stage 1   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ECON10730Data Analysis for EconomistsAutumn5
ECON10740Exploring EconomicsAutumn5
ECON10770Introduction to EconomicsAutumn5
ECON10030Introduction to Quantitative EconomicsAutumn and Spring (separate)5
ECON20040Statistics for EconomistsAutumn and Spring (separate)5
ECON10010Principles of MicroeconomicsSpring5
ECON10020Principles of MacroeconomicsSpring5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSpring5
 

     Stage 2   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits)
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ECON20010Intermediate MicroeconomicsAutumn5
ECON30130Econometrics: Applying Statistics to Economic DataAutumn and Spring (separate)5
ECON20020Intermediate MacroeconomicsSpring5
ECON20170Economics Research Project 1Spring5
MATH20330Optimisation for EconomicsAutumn5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
DEV20130Achieving the Sustainable Development GoalsSpring5
ECON20060Irish EconomyAutumn5
ECON20080Economic Policy AnalysisAutumn5
ECON20190Introduction to Financial EconomicsAutumn5
ECON30270Behavioural Economics and Public PolicyAutumn5
ECON20100Game TheorySpring5
ECON20120The Economics of the European Union: Institutions, Policies and CrisesSpring5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSpring5
ECON20160Economics of the EnvironmentSpring5
ECON30380History and Economics of Financial CrisesSpring5
 

     Stage 3   Information
(50 Programme Credits, 10 Elective Credits, Area Notes )
Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ECON30250Economics Research Project 2Autumn5
ECON30290Advanced MicroeconomicsAutumn5
ECON30120Advanced MacroeconomicsSpring5
ECON30310Economics Research Project 3Spring10
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
CHN30060Chinese EconomyAutumn5
ECON30100The Economics of Health and Health PolicyAutumn5
ECON30180Industrial Economics: Economics of Business StrategyAutumn5
ECON30270Behavioural Economics and Public PolicyAutumn5
ECON30360Labour EconomicsAutumn5
ECON30410Development EconomicsAutumn5
ECON30150International Money and BankingAutumn and Spring (separate)5
ECON30160International Trade EconomicsSpring5
ECON30170Financial Economics: Asset PricingSpring5
ECON30190Public Economics: Government Spending, Taxation and Public ChoiceSpring5
ECON30260The Economics of the Transport SectorSpring5
ECON30380History and Economics of Financial CrisesSpring5
ECON30390Experimental EconomicsSpring5
ECON30420Advanced EconometricsSpring5
ECON30430Economics of International FinSpring5
FIN30200Econometrics of Financial MarkAutumn5
POL30430Data Analytics for Social SciencesSpring5
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
DEV20130Achieving the Sustainable Development GoalsSpring5
ECON20060Irish EconomyAutumn5
ECON20080Economic Policy AnalysisAutumn5
ECON20190Introduction to Financial EconomicsAutumn5
ECON20100Game TheorySpring5
ECON20120The Economics of the European Union: Institutions, Policies and CrisesSpring5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSpring5
ECON20160Economics of the EnvironmentSpring5
 

Core   Information  
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
ECON30250Economics Research Project 2Autumn5
ECON30290Advanced MicroeconomicsAutumn5
ECON30120Advanced MacroeconomicsSpring5
ECON30310Economics Research Project 3Spring10
 
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CodeTitleSemesterCredit
CHN30060Chinese EconomyAutumn5
ECON30100The Economics of Health and Health PolicyAutumn5
ECON30180Industrial Economics: Economics of Business StrategyAutumn5
ECON30270Behavioural Economics and Public PolicyAutumn5
ECON30360Labour EconomicsAutumn5
ECON30410Development EconomicsAutumn5
ECON30150International Money and BankingAutumn and Spring (separate)5
ECON30160International Trade EconomicsSpring5
ECON30170Financial Economics: Asset PricingSpring5
ECON30190Public Economics: Government Spending, Taxation and Public ChoiceSpring5
ECON30260The Economics of the Transport SectorSpring5
ECON30380History and Economics of Financial CrisesSpring5
ECON30390Experimental EconomicsSpring5
ECON30420Advanced EconometricsSpring5
ECON30430Economics of International FinSpring5
FIN30200Econometrics of Financial MarkAutumn5
POL30430Data Analytics for Social SciencesSpring5
 
Select B)MIN0OF:   [Show Rule Details]
CodeTitleSemesterCredit
DEV20130Achieving the Sustainable Development GoalsSpring5
ECON20060Irish EconomyAutumn5
ECON20080Economic Policy AnalysisAutumn5
ECON20190Introduction to Financial EconomicsAutumn5
ECON20100Game TheorySpring5
ECON20120The Economics of the European Union: Institutions, Policies and CrisesSpring5
ECON20130Economic History: From the Middle Ages to the Second World WarSpring5
ECON20160Economics of the EnvironmentSpring5
 

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