UCAS code: L7L1
Programme requirement: A level Mathematics at grade A or International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum of 6 at Higher level Mathematics
Usual standard offer: A level: grades A A A including an A in Mathematics
International Baccalaureate: Diploma with 38 points including 7 6 6 at Higher level (to include Mathematics)
Other qualifications are considered
For further details see lse.ac.uk/ugAdmissionsCriteria
Applications 2013: 170
First year students 2013: 30
This major-minor degree is a tightly focused programme which will help you to develop a coherent understanding of both disciplines. Please be aware that not all options are available every year.
Please read the following important information before referring to full details of course options found in the Programme Regulations.
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Core courses in human geography, economics and mathematics are combined with options in statistics, research methods and European geography.You have the choice of either Economics A or Economics B. Economics A provides a foundation in economics, primarily to those without significant background in the subject. Economics B is an introductory course in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Quantitative Methods (Statistics) develops the elementary statistical tools necessary for further study in management and economics. Quantitative Methods (Mathematics) develops the basic mathematical tools necessary for further study in economics and related disciplines. Environment, Economy and Society provides students with an introduction to Geography at LSE. You have the choice of Methods in Spatial and Social Analysis or Environmental Change: Past, Present or Future or Sustainable Environment. Methods in Spatial and Social Analysis introduces a range of qualitative and quantitative research approaches and methods used in the construction of contemporary knowledge related to human geography and the environment. Contemporary Europe provides an introduction to society, economy and polity of contemporary Europe. Environmental Change: Past, Present and Future focuses on developing an appreciation of the Planet Earth as the home of human societies. Sustainable Development seeks to understand how the natural world is affected by development decisions.
Second and third years
In the second year, you take one compulsory course in geography, a compulsory course in microeconomics and two from a range of geography and environment options. Microeconomics Principles I is an intermediate course in microeconomic analysis. Urban and Spatial Economic Analysis I provides a theoretical and empirical understanding of spatial economic processes and how these influence the behaviour of firms and households and the wider economy.
In the third year you take one compulsory course in macroeconomics and a compulsory course in geography. Macroeconomic Principles is an intermediate course in macroeconomic analysis. Urban and Spatial Economic Analysis II develops theoretical and empirical understanding of spatial economic processes. You also choose two from a list of geography and environment as well as economics options.