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BSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics

Programme Code: UBEM

Department: Economics

For students starting this programme of study in 2024/25

Guidelines for interpreting programme regulations

Three-year Classification Scheme for BA/BSc degrees from the 2018/19 academic year.

Please note that places are limited on some optional courses. Admission onto any particular course is not guaranteed and may be subject to timetabling constraints and/or students meeting specific prerequisite requirements.

Paper

Course number, title (unit value)

LSE100

LSE100 is a half unit taken by all students, running across Autumn and Winter Terms in the first year. The course provides one of the marks that is eligible to be included in the calculation of the First Year Average for purposes of classification.

Students will choose ONE of the three half-unit options below:

LSE100A The LSE Course: How can we transform our climate futures? (0.5)

LSE100B The LSE Course: How can we control AI? (0.5)

LSE100C The LSE Course: How can we create a fair society? (0.5)

Year 1

Paper 1

EC1P1 Economic Reasoning (0.5)

 

and

 

EC1A1 Microeconomics I (0.5) #

Paper 2

ST109 Elementary Statistical Theory I (0.5) # 1

 

and

 

EC1C1 Econometrics I (0.5) #

Paper 3

EITHER

 

MA108 Methods in Calculus and Linear Algebra (0.5)

 

and

 

EC1B1 Macroeconomics I (0.5) #

 

OR

 

MA100 Mathematical Methods (1.0) #

Paper 4

IF MA108 was taken under paper 3, courses to the value of 1.0 unit(s) from the following:

Undergraduate Outside Options List (Year 1)

 

OR

IF MA100 was taken under paper 3, courses to the value of 1.0 unit(s) from the following:

 

EC1B1 Macroeconomics I (0.5) #

 

and a 0.5 unit MT course from:

Undergraduate Outside Options List (Year 1)

Year 2

Paper 5

EC2A1 Microeconomics II (1.0) # 2

Paper 6

EC2B1 Macroeconomics II (1.0) # 3

Paper 7

EC2C1 Econometrics II (1.0) # 4 5

Paper 8

Courses to the value of 1.0 unit(s) from the following:

Undergraduate Outside Options List (Years 2 & 3)

 

OR

 

EH238 The Origins of Growth (1.0) or

 

FM213 Principles of Finance (1.0) #

Year 3

Paper 9

Courses to the value of 1.0 unit(s) from the following:

 

EC319 Games and Economic Behaviour (1.0) #

 

EC333 Problems of Applied Econometrics (1.0) #

 

EC336 Econometric Theory A (0.5) #

 

EC337 Econometric Theory B (0.5) #

Paper 10

Courses to the value of 1.0 unit(s) from the following:

Econometrics and Mathematical Economics Selection List

Paper 11

Courses to the value of 1.0 unit(s) from the following: A

 

EC319 Games and Economic Behaviour (1.0) #

 

EC333 Problems of Applied Econometrics (1.0) #

 

EC336 Econometric Theory A (0.5) #

 

EC337 Econometric Theory B (0.5) #

Econometrics and Mathematical Economics Selection List

Undergraduate Outside Options List (Years 2 & 3)

Paper 12

EC331 Quantitative Thesis (1.0) #

Econometrics and Mathematical Economics Selection List

AC311 Results Accountability and Management Control for Strategy Implementation (0.5) # * ~A

AC312 Performance Measurement, Strategy, and Uncertainty (0.5) # *

AC341 Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Financial Audit (0.5)

AC342 Accounting, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (0.5)

EC302 Political Economy (1.0) #

EC307 Development Economics (1.0) #

EC310 Behavioural Economics (1.0) #

EC311 History of Economics: How Theories Change (1.0)

EC313 Industrial Economics (1.0) #

EC317 Labour Economics (1.0) #

EC321 Monetary Economics and Aggregate Fluctuations (1.0) #

EC325 Public Economics (1.0) #

EC330 Environmental Economics (1.0) #

EC334 Advanced Macroeconomics (0.5) #

EC335 Economic Policy in the Global Economy (0.5) #

EC338 International Trade (0.5) #

EC339 International Macroeconomics (0.5) #

FM213 Principles of Finance (1.0) #

FM300 Corporate Finance, Investments and Financial Markets (1.0) # ~B

FM321 Risk Management and Modelling (0.5) #

FM322 Derivatives (0.5) #

MA213 Operations Research Techniques (0.5) #

MA301 Mathematical Game Theory (0.5) #

MA324 Mathematical Modelling and Simulation (0.5) #

MA330 Game Theory for Collective Decisions (0.5) #

PH311 Philosophy of Economics (1.0) #

ST202 Probability, Distribution Theory and Inference (1.0) #

Footnotes for Econometrics and Mathematical Economics Selection List

~A : Students may take only two from AC311, AC312, AC341 and AC342 in Year 3.

~B : FM300 can only be taken if FM213 is taken in the second year.


Undergraduate Outside Options List (Year 1)

Where the regulations refer to an approved paper taught outside the department, this means that you may take any course in a subject other than the principal subject(s) of your degree, subject to timetabling constraints and any restrictions listed in the Course Guides. If your degree is for joint honours (e.g. Philosophy and Economics) or is a major/minor combination (e.g., Geography with Economics), a course outside the department means a course taught in any department other than the two named in the title of your degree. The home department of each course is indicated by the first two letters in its code.

Please note that some course combinations are not allowed. Please see the Mutually Exclusive Options list.

The courses available as outside options where regulations permit are:

Outside Options for students in Year 1:

AC102 Elements of Financial Accounting (0.5)

AC103 Elements of Management Accounting, Financial Management and Financial Institutions (0.5)

AN100 Being Human: Contemporary Themes in Social Anthropology (1.0)

AN101 A History of Anthropological Theory (1.0)

DS101A Fundamentals of Data Science (0.5)

DS101W Fundamentals of Data Science (0.5)

DS105A Data for Data Science (0.5)

DS105W Data for Data Science (0.5)

DS202A Data Science for Social Scientists (0.5) #

DS202W Data Science for Social Scientists (0.5) #

EC1A3 Microeconomics I (0.5) # ~1 *

EC1A5 Microeconomics I (0.5) ~2

EC1B3 Macroeconomics I (0.5) # ~3 *

EC1B5 Macroeconomics I (0.5) # ~4

EH101 The Internationalisation of Economic Growth, 1870 to the present day (1.0)

EH102 Pre-industrial Economic History (1.0) *

EH111 The Internationalisation of Economic Growth (0.5)

FM101 Finance (0.5)

GV100 Introduction to Political Theory (1.0)

GY100 Introduction to Geography (1.0)

GY103 Contemporary Europe (1.0)

GY120 Environmental Change: Past, Present and Future (1.0)

GY121 Sustainable Development (1.0)

GY140 Introduction to Geographical Research (1.0)

HY113 From Empire to Independence: World History in the Twentieth Century (1.0)

HY116 International Politics since 1914: Peace and War (1.0)

HY118 Faith, Power and Revolution: Europe and the Wider World, c.1500-c.1800 (1.0) ~A

LL104 Law of Obligations (1.0)

LL106 Public Law (1.0)

LL108 Criminal Law (1.0)

LL142 Contract Law (1.0) *

LL143 Tort Law (1.0)

LN100 Russian Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN101 Russian Language and Society 1 (beginner) (1.0) #

LN102 Russian Language and Society 2 (intermediate) (1.0) #

LN104 Mandarin Language and Society Level 1 (Beginner) (1.0) # *

LN110 German Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN112 German Language and Society 2 (Intermediate) (1.0) #

LN120 Spanish Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN121 Spanish Language and Society 1 (beginner) (1.0) #

LN122 Spanish Language and Society 2 (intermediate) (1.0) #

LN130 French Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN131 French Language and Society 1 (beginner) (1.0) #

LN132 French Language and Society 2 (intermediate) (1.0) #

LN140 Mandarin Language and Society 3 (Advanced) (1.0) #

LN142 Mandarin Language and Society 2 (Intermediate) (1.0) #

LN200 Russian Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN210 German Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN220 Spanish Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN230 French Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN240 Mandarin Language and Society 4 (Proficiency) (1.0) #

LN250 English Literature and Society (1.0) #

LN251 Comparative Literature and 20th Century Political History (1.0) #

LN252 Contemporary Literature and Global Society (1.0) #

LN253 European Literature and Philosophy (1.0) #

LN254 Literature and Aspects of Ethics (1.0) #

LN270 Society and Language: Linguistics for Social Scientists (1.0)

LN320 Spanish Language and Society 5 (mastery) (1.0) #

LN330 French Language and Society 5 (mastery) (1.0) #

LN340 Mandarin Language and Society 5 (Mastery) (1.0) #

LN342 Academic Chinese for International Relations (1.0) # *

MA100 Mathematical Methods (1.0) #

MA102 Mathematical Proof and Analysis (0.5) #

MA103 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics (1.0) #

MA107 Quantitative Methods (Mathematics) (0.5) # *

MG104 Operations Management (0.5) ~B

MG105 Organisational Behaviour and Leadership (0.5) ~C

PB100 Foundations of Behavioural Science (1.0) # *

PB101 Foundations of Psychological Science (1.0) # * ~D

PB102 Social Psychology (1.0)

PH103 The Big Questions: An Introduction to Philosophy (1.0) #

PH105 Historical and Global Perspectives on Philosophy (0.5)

PH111 Introduction to Logic (0.5) ~5

PH112 Intermediate Logic and Probability (0.5) # ~6

SO100 Key Concepts: Introduction to Social Theory (1.0) ~E

SO110 Power, Inequality, and Difference: Contemporary Themes in Sociology (1.0) ~F

SP111 Social Economics and Policy (1.0) #

SP112 Politics of Social Policy Making (1.0)

ST101A Programming for Data Science (0.5) #

ST101W Programming for Data Science (0.5) #

ST102 Elementary Statistical Theory (1.0) # ~7

ST107 Quantitative Methods (Statistics) (0.5) # ~8

ST109 Elementary Statistical Theory I (0.5) # ~9

ST110 Elementary Statistical Theory II (0.5) # ~10

ST115 Managing and Visualising Data (0.5) # *

Footnotes for Undergraduate Outside Options List (Year 1)

~A : HY118 can be taken in Year 1 only

~B : MG104 can be taken in Year 1 only

~C : MG105 can be taken in Year 1 only

~D : PB101 is not available to third year students.

~E : SO100 can be taken in Year 1 only

~F : SO110 can be taken in Year 1 only

Prerequisite Requirements and Mutually Exclusive Options for Undergraduate Outside Options List (Year 1)

~1 : EC1A3 can not be taken with EC1A5

~2 : EC1A5 can not be taken with EC1A3

~3 : EC1B3 can not be taken with EC1B5

~4 : EC1B5 can not be taken with EC1B3

~5 : PH111 can not be taken with PH101, PH104

~6 : PH112 can not be taken with PH101, PH104

~7 : ST102 can not be taken with ST107, ST108, ST109, ST110

~8 : ST107 can not be taken with ST102, ST108, ST109, ST110

~9 : ST109 can not be taken with ST102, ST107, ST108

~10 : ST110 can not be taken with ST102, ST107, ST108


Undergraduate Outside Options List (Years 2 & 3)

Where the regulations refer to an approved paper taught outside the department, this means that you may take any course in a subject other than the principal subject(s) of your degree, subject to timetabling constraints and any restrictions listed in the Course Guides. If your degree is for joint honours (e.g. Philosophy and Economics) or is a major/minor combination (e.g., Geography with Economics), a course outside the department means a course taught in any department other than the two named in the title of your degree. The home department of each course is indicated by the first two letters in its code.

Please note that some course combinations are not allowed. Please see the Mutually Exclusive Options list.

An outside paper may be selected from the Undergraduate Course Guides, subject to the approval of the candidate's tutor and to the successful completion of prerequisites where necessary, with the following exceptions:

- certain first-year courses are not available to students in the second or third year of their degree;
- some courses are not available as an outside option; and
- some papers are mutually exclusive and may therefore not be combined.

The courses available as outside options where regulations permit are:

Outside Options for students in Year 2 and Year 3:

AC102 Elements of Financial Accounting (0.5)

AC103 Elements of Management Accounting, Financial Management and Financial Institutions (0.5)

AC200 Accounting Theory and Practice (1.0) # *

AC311 Results Accountability and Management Control for Strategy Implementation (0.5) # * ~A

AC312 Performance Measurement, Strategy, and Uncertainty (0.5) # * ~B

AC331 Contemporary Issues in Financial Accounting (0.5) # * ~C

AC332 Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation (0.5) # * ~D

AC341 Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Financial Audit (0.5) ~E

AC342 Accounting, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (0.5) ~F

AN100 Being Human: Contemporary Themes in Social Anthropology (1.0)

AN101 A History of Anthropological Theory (1.0)

AN102 Ethnography through Mixed Media (1.0)

AN200 The Anthropology of Kinship, Sex and Gender (1.0)

AN205 The Anthropology of Melanesia (0.5)

AN221 The Anthropology of Christianity (0.5) #

AN223 The Anthropology of Southeast Asia (0.5)

AN226 Political and Legal Anthropology (1.0)

AN237 The Anthropology of Development (0.5)

AN240 Investigating the Philippines - New Approaches and Ethnographic Contexts (0.5)

AN243 Children and Youth in Contemporary Ethnography (0.5) #

AN245 Borders and Boundaries: Ethnographic Approaches (0.5)

AN250 The Anthropology of South Asia (0.5) #

AN256 Economic Anthropology (1): Production and Exchange (0.5)

AN269 The Anthropology of Amazonia (0.5) #

AN275 The Anthropology of Revolution (0.5) #

AN276 Anthropology and the Anthropocene (0.5) *

AN277 Topics in the Anthropology of sub-Saharan Africa (0.5) # *

AN280 Public Anthropology (0.5) # *

AN281 Health and Welfare: Anthropological Perspectives (0.5)

AN283 Anthropology, Art, and Poetics (0.5)

AN284 Anthropological Approaches to Race, Racism, and Decolonisation (0.5)

AN292 Anthropological Entanglements in the Middle East (0.5) *

AN301 The Anthropology of Religion (1.0) #

AN357 Economic Anthropology (2): Transformation and Globalisation (0.5)

AN393 Language, Signs, World, Action! Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (0.5) # *

DS101A Fundamentals of Data Science (0.5)

DS101W Fundamentals of Data Science (0.5)

DS105A Data for Data Science (0.5)

DS105W Data for Data Science (0.5)

DS202A Data Science for Social Scientists (0.5) #

DS202W Data Science for Social Scientists (0.5) #

EC1A3 Microeconomics I (0.5) # ~1 *

EC1A5 Microeconomics I (0.5) ~2

EC1B3 Macroeconomics I (0.5) # ~3 *

EC1B5 Macroeconomics I (0.5) # ~4

EC2A3 Microeconomics II (0.5) # ~5 ~6

EC2A5 Microeconomics II (0.5) # ~7 ~8

EC2B3 Macroeconomics II (0.5) # ~9

EC2B5 Macroeconomics II (0.5) # ~10

EC2C3 Econometrics I (0.5) #

EC2C4 Econometrics II (0.5) # ~11

EC302 Political Economy (1.0) #

EC307 Development Economics (1.0) #

EC310 Behavioural Economics (1.0) # *

EC311 History of Economics: How Theories Change (1.0) *

EC313 Industrial Economics (1.0) # *

EC317 Labour Economics (1.0) #

EC319 Games and Economic Behaviour (1.0) # *

EC321 Monetary Economics and Aggregate Fluctuations (1.0) # *

EC325 Public Economics (1.0) #

EC330 Environmental Economics (1.0) # ~G

EC333 Problems of Applied Econometrics (1.0) # *

EC334 Advanced Macroeconomics (0.5) #

EC335 Economic Policy in the Global Economy (0.5) #

EC336 Econometric Theory A (0.5) # *

EC337 Econometric Theory B (0.5) # *

EC338 International Trade (0.5) #

EC339 International Macroeconomics (0.5) #

EH101 The Internationalisation of Economic Growth, 1870 to the present day (1.0)

EH102 Pre-industrial Economic History (1.0) *

EH204 Money and Finance: From the Middle Ages to Modernity (1.0)

EH207 China since 1800: Culture, institutions and economic growth (1.0) #

EH209 The Family Economy in History: 1260 to the present day (1.0) #

EH211 Africa and the World Economy, 1500-2000 (1.0)

EH214 Money and Finance: From the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century (0.5)

EH215 Money and Finance: From the Eighteenth Century to Modernity (0.5)

EH217 Chinese Economic History since 1800: A Chronology (0.5) #

EH218 Chinese Economic History since 1800: Economic Growth in a Historical Perspective (0.5) #

EH221 Boom and Bust: Macroeconomic History of the Modern World (1.0)

EH222 Economic History of the Middle East and North Africa (1.0)

EH225 Latin America and the International Economy (1.0)

EH238 The Origins of Growth (1.0)

EH240 Business and Economic Performance since 1945: Britain in International Context (1.0)

EH312 Knowledge, Technology and Economy from the Middle Ages to Modernity (1.0) * ~H

EH316 Atlantic World Slavery (1.0) * ~I

EU3A1 The Politics and Policies of 'Brexit': The UK's changing relationship with the European Union (0.5) * ~J

FM101 Finance (0.5)

FM212 Principles of Finance (1.0) #

FM300 Corporate Finance, Investments and Financial Markets (1.0) #

FM321 Risk Management and Modelling (0.5) # *

FM322 Derivatives (0.5) # *

GV100 Introduction to Political Theory (1.0)

GV225 Public Choice and Politics (1.0) #

GV245 Democracy and Democratisation (1.0) #

GV248 Power and Politics in the Modern World: Comparative Perspectives (1.0) # *

GV249 Research Design in Political Science (1.0) *

GV251 Government, Politics and Public Policy in the European Union (1.0) #

GV262 Contemporary Political Theory (1.0) #

GV263 Public Policy Analysis (1.0) # *

GV264 Politics and Institutions in Europe (1.0) #

GV267 Global Political Thought (1.0) #

GV311 British Government (1.0) # ~K

GV312 Advanced Topics in Government: Executive Politics (1.0) # *

GV313 Politics of Trade in Comparative Perspective (0.5) # * ~L

GV324 Applied Quantitative Methods for Political Science (0.5) #

GV325 Topics in Political Economy (0.5) # *

GV330 Data Science Applications to Politics Research (0.5) # *

GY100 Introduction to Geography (1.0)

GY103 Contemporary Europe (1.0)

GY120 Environmental Change: Past, Present and Future (1.0)

GY121 Sustainable Development (1.0)

GY140 Introduction to Geographical Research (1.0)

GY202 Introduction to Global Development (1.0)

GY204 Political Geography (0.5) #

GY206 Urban Geography and Globalisation (0.5)

GY207 Economy, Society and Place (0.5)

GY209 The Economic Geography of Trade, Production and Development (0.5) #

GY210 The Economics of Cities (0.5) #

GY212 Pathways in Human Geography (0.5) #

GY220 Environment: Science and Society (1.0)

GY222 Applied Environmental Economics (1.0)

GY307 Regional Economic Development (0.5) *

GY308 The Economic Geography of Growth and Development (0.5) *

GY309 The Political Geography of Development (0.5)

GY310 Urban Politics (0.5)

GY311 The Political Economy of Urbanisation (0.5) *

GY313 Firms and Economic Geography: Location, Technology and Innovation (0.5) # *

GY314 The Economics of Housing Markets and Migration (0.5) # *

GY316 Gender, Space and Power (0.5)

GY317 Geographies of Urban Violence (0.5) ~M

GY326 Sustainable Business and Finance (0.5) *

GY327 Global Environmental Governance (0.5)

GY328 Political Ecology of Development (0.5)

GY329 Applied Economics of Environment and Development (0.5) #

GY331 Geographies of Global Migration (0.5) *

HY113 From Empire to Independence: World History in the Twentieth Century (1.0)

HY116 International Politics since 1914: Peace and War (1.0)

HY200 The Rights of Man: the History of Human Rights Discourse from the Antigone to Amnesty International (1.0) *

HY206 The International History of the Cold War, 1945-1989 (1.0)

HY221 The History of Russia, 1676-1825 (1.0)

HY226 The Great War 1914-1918 (1.0)

HY235 Modernity and the State in East Asia: China, Japan and Korea since 1840 (1.0)

HY239 People, Power and Protest in Latin America, c.1895 to the present day (1.0)

HY240 From Empire to Commonwealth: war, race and imperialism in British History, 1780 to the present day (1.0)

HY241 What is History? Methods and Debates (1.0)

HY242 The Soviet Union: Domestic, International and Intellectual History (1.0)

HY243 Islamic Empires, 1400 - 1800 (1.0)

HY245 The United States and the World since 1776 (1.0) *

HY246 The Global Caribbean: Colonialism, Race and Revolutions 1780s-1980s (1.0) *

HY247 The History of Modern Turkey, 1789 to the Present (1.0) *

HY311 Limited War During the Cold War Era: The US in Korea (1950-53) and Vietnam (1954-75) (1.0) *

HY315 The European Enlightenment, c.1680-1799 (1.0)

HY319 Napoleon and Europe (1.0) *

HY320 The Cold War Endgame (1.0)

HY322 Nazi Germany's War: Violence and Occupation in Europe, 1939-1945 (1.0)

HY323 Travel, Pleasure and Politics: The European Grand Tour, 1670-1825 (1.0)

HY327 The Anglo-American Special Relationship, 1939-89 (1.0) *

HY329 Independent India: Myths of Freedom and Development (1.0)

HY330 From Tea to Opium: China and the Global Market in the Long Eighteenth Century (1.0)

HY331 Henry Kissinger and the Global 1970s (1.0) *

HY332 Interwar worlds: the cultural consequences of the First World War (1.0) *

HY333 People and Power in West African History, c. 1450 - 1850 (1.0) *

HY334 Communication Revolutions in Latin America, c.1539 to the Present (1.0)

HY335 History of Foreign Relations of the People’s Republic of China, 1949-2008 (1.0)

HY336 The United States and nuclear weapons from the Manhattan project to the end of the Cold War (1.0) *

LL104 Law of Obligations (1.0)

LL106 Public Law (1.0)

LL108 Criminal Law (1.0)

LL142 Contract Law (1.0) *

LL143 Tort Law (1.0)

LL201 Law and State Power (1.0)

LL202 Commercial Contracts (1.0) # *

LL203 Company Law (1.0) # *

LL204 Advanced Torts (1.0) # *

LL205 Medical Law (1.0) *

LL207 Civil Liberties and Human Rights (1.0) *

LL210 Information Technology and the Law (1.0) # *

LL212 Conflict of Laws (1.0) *

LL221 Family Law (1.0) *

LL232 Law and Institutions of the European Union (1.0)

LL233 Law of Evidence (1.0) *

LL241 European Legal History (1.0)

LL250 Law and The Environment (1.0)

LL251 Intellectual Property Law (1.0)

LL257 Employment Law (1.0) *

LL259 Legal and Social Change since 1750 (1.0)

LL272 Outlines of Modern Criminology (0.5) *

LL275 Property II (1.0) ~12 *

LL276 Property (1.0) ~13

LL278 Public International Law (1.0)

LL284 Topics in Sentencing and Criminal Justice (0.5) *

LL293 Tax and Tax Avoidance (1.0)

LL295 Media Law (1.0)

LL300 Competition Law (1.0)

LL301 Global Commodities Law (1.0) *

LL305 Jurisprudence (1.0) *

LL342 International Protection of Human Rights (1.0) # * ~N

LN100 Russian Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN101 Russian Language and Society 1 (beginner) (1.0) #

LN102 Russian Language and Society 2 (intermediate) (1.0) #

LN104 Mandarin Language and Society Level 1 (Beginner) (1.0) # *

LN110 German Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN112 German Language and Society 2 (Intermediate) (1.0) #

LN120 Spanish Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN121 Spanish Language and Society 1 (beginner) (1.0) #

LN122 Spanish Language and Society 2 (intermediate) (1.0) #

LN130 French Language and Society 3 (advanced) (1.0) #

LN131 French Language and Society 1 (beginner) (1.0) #

LN132 French Language and Society 2 (intermediate) (1.0) #

LN140 Mandarin Language and Society 3 (Advanced) (1.0) #

LN142 Mandarin Language and Society 2 (Intermediate) (1.0) #

LN200 Russian Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN210 German Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN220 Spanish Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN230 French Language and Society 4 (proficiency) (1.0) #

LN240 Mandarin Language and Society 4 (Proficiency) (1.0) #

LN250 English Literature and Society (1.0) #

LN251 Comparative Literature and 20th Century Political History (1.0) #

LN252 Contemporary Literature and Global Society (1.0) #

LN253 European Literature and Philosophy (1.0) #

LN254 Literature and Aspects of Ethics (1.0) #

LN270 Society and Language: Linguistics for Social Scientists (1.0)

LN320 Spanish Language and Society 5 (mastery) (1.0) #

LN330 French Language and Society 5 (mastery) (1.0) #

LN340 Mandarin Language and Society 5 (Mastery) (1.0) #

LN341 Mandarin in the Global Workplace (1.0) # *

LN342 Academic Chinese for International Relations (1.0) # *

MA100 Mathematical Methods (1.0) #

MA102 Mathematical Proof and Analysis (0.5) #

MA103 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics (1.0) #

MA107 Quantitative Methods (Mathematics) (0.5) # *

MA203 Real Analysis (0.5) #

MA207 Further Quantitative Methods (Mathematics) (0.5) #

MA208 Optimisation Theory (0.5) #

MA209 Differential Equations (0.5) #

MA210 Discrete Mathematics (0.5) #

MA211 Algebra and Number Theory (0.5) #

MA212 Further Mathematical Methods (1.0) #

MA213 Operations Research Techniques (0.5) #

MA214 Algorithms and Data Structures (0.5) #

MA222 Further Mathematical Methods (Linear Algebra) (0.5) #

MA301 Mathematical Game Theory (0.5) #

MA315 Algebra and its Applications (0.5) # *

MA316 Graph Theory (0.5) #

MA317 Complex Analysis (0.5) #

MA318 History and Culture of Mathematics (0.5) #

MA319 Partial Differential Equations (0.5) # *

MA320 Mathematics of Networks (0.5) # *

MA321 Measure Theoretic Probability (0.5) # ~O

MA322 Mathematics of Finance and Valuation (0.5) # ~P

MA324 Mathematical Modelling and Simulation (0.5) # *

MA330 Game Theory for Collective Decisions (0.5) #

MA333 Optimisation for Machine Learning (0.5) #

MC300 Media Power and Communication Practice (Showcase Portfolio) (0.5)

MG205 Econometrics: Theory and Applications (1.0) # ~14

MG206 Firms, Management and Competitive Advantage (0.5) #

MG207 Managerial Economics (1.0) #

MG209 E-business (0.5)

MG210 Corporate Social Responsibility and International Labour Standards (0.5) #

MG212 Marketing (0.5)

MG213 Information Systems (0.5)

MG214 Human Resource Management (0.5) # *

MG228 Managing the Stone-Age Brain (0.5)

MG301 Strategy (1.0) # ~Q

MG302 Topics in Management Research (0.5) # ~R

MG303 International Business Strategy and Emerging Markets (0.5) # * ~S

MG305 Innovation and Technology Management (0.5)

MG307 International Context of Management (0.5) #

MG308 Simulations for Managerial Decisions (0.5) #

MG310 Strategic Decision Making (0.5) #  (not available 2024/25)

MG311 Foundations of Behavioural Decision Science (0.5) #

MG312 Science of People in Workplaces (0.5)

MG316 Brand Strategy (0.5)

MG317 Leading Organisational Change (0.5) # *

MY360 Quantitative Text Analysis (0.5) #

MY361 Social Network Analysis (0.5) #

PB100 Foundations of Behavioural Science (1.0) # * ~T

PB101 Foundations of Psychological Science (1.0) # * ~U

PB102 Social Psychology (1.0)

PB301 Cognition and Culture (0.5) # *

PB302 Creativity and Innovation (0.5) # *

PH103 The Big Questions: An Introduction to Philosophy (1.0) #

PH105 Historical and Global Perspectives on Philosophy (0.5)

PH111 Introduction to Logic (0.5) ~15

PH112 Intermediate Logic and Probability (0.5) # ~16

PH201 Philosophy of Science (1.0)

PH214 Philosophy, Morals and Politics (1.0)

PH222 Philosophy and Public Policy (1.0)

PH223 Mind and Metaphysics (0.5) #

PH224 Epistemology (0.5) #

PH226 Philosophy of Society (0.5) # *

PH227 Genes, Brains and Society (0.5)

PH230 Einstein for Everyone: From time travel to the edge of the universe (0.5) # *

PH232 Physics and Uncertainty: From Quantum Jumps to Stock Market Crashes (0.5) # *

PH236 Set Theory (0.5) # *

PH237 Advanced Logic (0.5) # *

PH238 Philosophy of Language (0.5) #

PH239 Anarchy, Authority and Evidence: Topics in Philosophy of Law (0.5)

PH240 The Ethics of Data and AI (0.5)

PH311 Philosophy of Economics (1.0) #

PH333 Philosophy of Gender and Race (0.5)

SO100 Key Concepts: Introduction to Social Theory (1.0)

SO110 Power, Inequality, and Difference: Contemporary Themes in Sociology (1.0)

SO203 Political Sociology (1.0) *

SO234 Digital Technology, Speed and Culture (0.5) # *

SP111 Social Economics and Policy (1.0) # ~V

SP112 Politics of Social Policy Making (1.0) ~W

SP210 Development and Social Change (1.0)

SP230 Education Policy (1.0)

SP231 Poverty, Inequality, and Social Policy (1.0)

SP232 Health and Social Care Policy (1.0)

SP271 Psychology of Crime and Criminal Justice (1.0)

SP314 Ethnicity, Race and Social Policy (0.5) ~X

SP315 Urbanisation and Social Policy in the Global Souths (0.5) ~Y

SP331 Sexuality, Everyday Lives and Social Policy in Developing Countries (0.5) ~Z

SP332 Social Security Policies (0.5) ~?

SP333 NGOs, Social Policy and Development (0.5) ~?

SP335 Migration: Current Research, Critical Approaches (0.5) ~?

SP336 Behavioural Public Policy (0.5) ~?

SP372 Punishment and Penal Policy (0.5) ~?

SP374 Riots, Disorder and Urban Violence (0.5) # ~?

ST101A Programming for Data Science (0.5) #

ST101W Programming for Data Science (0.5) #

ST102 Elementary Statistical Theory (1.0) # ~17

ST107 Quantitative Methods (Statistics) (0.5) # ~18

ST109 Elementary Statistical Theory I (0.5) # ~19

ST110 Elementary Statistical Theory II (0.5) # ~20

ST115 Managing and Visualising Data (0.5) # *

ST201 Statistical Models and Data Analysis (0.5) # ~21

ST202 Probability, Distribution Theory and Inference (1.0) #

ST205 Sample Surveys and Experiments (0.5) # ~22

ST206 Probability and Distribution Theory (0.5) #

ST207 Databases (0.5) # *

ST211 Applied Regression (0.5) # ~23 *

ST213 Introduction to Pricing, Hedging and Optimization (0.5) #

ST226 Actuarial Investigations: Financial (0.5) #

ST227 Survival Models (0.5) #

ST300 Regression and Generalised Linear Models (0.5) #

ST301 Actuarial Mathematics (Life) (0.5) #

ST302 Stochastic Processes (0.5) #

ST303 Stochastic Simulation (0.5) # * ~?

ST304 Time Series and Forecasting (0.5) #

ST306 Actuarial Mathematics (General) (0.5) #

ST307 Aspects of Market Research (0.5) # ~24

ST308 Bayesian Inference (0.5) #

ST309 Elementary Data Analytics (0.5) # ~25

ST310 Machine Learning (0.5) # ~26

ST311 Artificial Intelligence (0.5) # *

ST313 Ethics for Data Science (0.5) # * ~?

ST314 Multilevel and Longitudinal Models (0.5) # *

ST326 Financial Statistics (0.5) # * ~?

ST327 Market Research: An Integrated Approach (1.0) #

Footnotes for Undergraduate Outside Options List (Years 2 & 3)

~A : AC311 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~B : AC312 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~C : AC331 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~D : AC332 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~E : AC341 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~F : AC342 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~G : EC330 can be taken in Year 3 only

~H : EH312 is not available to students on the BSc in Economic History and Geography programme

~I : EH316 is not available to students on the BSc in Economic History and Geography programme

~J : EU3A1 can be taken in Year 3 only

~K : GV311 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~L : GV313 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~M : GY317 can be taken in Year 3 only

~N : LL342 can be taken in Year 3 only

~O : MA321 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~P : MA322 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~Q : MG301 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~R : MG302 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~S : MG303 can be taken in Year 3 only

~T : PB100 is not available to third year students.

~U : PB101 is not available to third year students. 

~V : SP111 is not available to third year students

~W : SP112 is not available to third year students

~X : SP314 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~Y : SP315 can be taken in Year 3 only

~Z : SP331 can be taken in Year 3 only.

~? : SP332 can be taken in Year 3 only.

Prerequisite Requirements and Mutually Exclusive Options for Undergraduate Outside Options List (Years 2 & 3)

~1 : EC1A3 can not be taken with EC1A5, EC100, EC102

~2 : EC1A5 can not be taken with EC100, EC102, EC1A3

~3 : EC1B3 can not be taken with EC1B5, EC100, EC102

~4 : EC1B5 can not be taken with EC100, EC102, EC1B3

~5 : Before taking EC2A3 you must take EC1A3

~6 : EC2A3 can not be taken with EC2A5, EC202, MG207, EC2B3

~7 : Before taking EC2A5 you must take EC1A5

~8 : EC2A5 can not be taken with EC2A3, EC2B5, MG207, EC202

~9 : EC2B3 can not be taken with EC2B5

~10 : EC2B5 can not be taken with EC2B3

~11 : Before taking EC2C4 you must take EC2C3

~12 : LL275 can not be taken with LL276

~13 : LL276 can not be taken with LL275

~14 : MG205 can not be taken with EC220, EC221

~15 : PH111 can not be taken with PH101, PH104

~16 : PH112 can not be taken with PH101, PH104

~17 : ST102 can not be taken with ST107, ST108, ST109, ST110

~18 : ST107 can not be taken with ST102, ST108, ST109, ST110

~19 : ST109 can not be taken with ST102, ST107, ST108

~20 : ST110 can not be taken with ST102, ST107, ST108

~21 : ST201 can not be taken with DS202, ST211

~22 : ST205 can not be taken with ST307

~23 : ST211 can not be taken with ST201

~24 : ST307 can not be taken with ST205

~25 : ST309 can not be taken with ST310

~26 : ST310 can not be taken with ST309


Prerequisite Requirements and Mutually Exclusive Options

* means available with permission

# means there may be prerequisites for this course. Please view the course guide for more information.

1 : ST109 can not be taken with ST102, ST107, ST108

2 : Before taking EC2A1 you must take EC1A1

3 : Before taking EC2B1 you must take EC1A1
     Before taking EC2B1 you must take EC1B1

4 : Before taking EC2C1 you must take EC1A1
     Before taking EC2C1 you must take EC1B1
     Before taking EC2C1 you must take EC1C1
     Before taking EC2C1 you must take EC1P1

5 : EC2C1 can not be taken with MG205

Footnotes

A : In exceptional circumstances a student may substitute a paper from the Undergraduate Outside Options List for Paper 11. This outside paper should be both of an advanced nature and coherent with the student's other choice of papers. Permission to take such a paper should first be obtained from the Departmental Tutor who must countersign the Additional Permission Form. Any subsequent revision to the student's choice of papers must also be countersigned by the Departmental Tutor.

Note for prospective students:
For changes to undergraduate course and programme information for the next academic session, please see the undergraduate summary page for prospective students. Changes to course and programme information for future academic sessions can be found on the undergraduate summary page for future students.