Course Title: BSc Economics and Management
Please note that the entry requirements above are for 2014 entry. If you are an international student applying for 2013 entry please see 2013 equivalent qualifications.
This degree programme offers you the opportunity to combine a specialised study of economics with a broad understanding of the functions and processes involved in the management of an organisation. Covering the core concepts, practices and techniques of each subject, this programme also develops analytical, quantitative, computing, presentation and other transferable skills required by the business world and employers in both the private and public sectors. BSc Economics and Management should be attractive to those wishing to explore the interaction between the economic environment and the organisations which inhabit it.
The combination of academic and social life makes for a really rounded experience… and I know that without that experience, I wouldn’t even have made it onto the first rung of the ladder.
Jeremy Brook, IBM Read more
Our degrees have a modular structure. This provides the core elements (compulsory modules) you need but with the flexibility to tailor your course to your personal interests and career aspirations (optional and elective modules). Use the above tabs to view typical modules for BSc Economics and Management by year and click on the module titles for further information on each. Also, find out more about our modular approach on the learning and teaching page.
Learning and Teaching
We use a variety of methods in order to help you succeed. Find out more about learning and teaching at Leeds University Business School.
Your work will be assessed using a variety of methods, designed to showcase your knowledge and strengthen your skill set. Assessment methods may include coursework, oral presentations, group reports, examinations and dissertations.
|Compulsory Modules||Elective Modules|
|Accounting for Managers||Chosen from another subject area|
|Mathematics and Statistics for Business and Economics 1|
|Starting your own Business|
|Economics Theory and Applications 1|
|Personal Tutorials for Economics and Management|
|Compulsory Modules||Optional Modules||Elective Modules|
|Intermediate Microeconomics||Theories of Growth, Value and Distribution||Chosen from another subject area|
|Contemporary HR Management||Industrial Economics|
|Operations and Supply Chain Management||Mathematics for Business and Economics 2|
|Intermediate Macroeconomics||Project Appraisal|
|Marketing||Introduction to Health Economics|
|Information in Organisations||The International Economic Environment|
|Advanced Management Decision Making|
|Introduction to Econometrics|
|Statistics for Business and Economics 2|
|Exploring Innovation Management|
What kind of job can you get?
An economics degree can open a variety of doors for you. Over the last few years we have seen graduates go into a wide variety of careers including roles such as Portfolio Manager, Insolvency Case Officer, Management Consultant, Financial Advisor, Commercial Analyst, Teacher, Investment Manager, and Risk Analyst. Individuals also progress into graduate study.
How will we help you get there?
We have a wide range of careers support and opportunities available for you to make the most of. Discover more about our careers services .