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ICEF Double Degree programme curriculum

 

Specialisation

Economics
 
Subjects External examinations
Year 1
1. Calculus 
2. English Language 
3. Introduction to Microeconomics 

4. Introduction to Macroeconomics
5. Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics
6. Choice of 1 from:
• Information Computer Systems
• Programming and Databases
• Programming and Data Processing
7. Choice of 1 from:
• World Intellectual History
• History of Western Philosophy

1. Calculus
2. Statistics
3. Microeconomics
4. Macroeconomics
5. English Language
Year 2
1. Macroeconomics – 1 
2. Microeconomics – 1 
3. Mathematics for Economists 
4. Statistics 
5. Linear Algebra 
6. Contemporary Sociology in Global Age
7. Principles of Accounting
8. English (Academic writing) 
9. Year paper
10. Choice of 1 from:
• Principles of Law
• Philosophy and Methodology of Science
• Political Science
1. Introduction to Economics
2. Math-1, Stat-1
3. Math-2, Stat-2
4. Choice of 1 from: 
• Contemporary Sociology in Global Age
• Principles of Accounting
Year 3

1. Elements of Econometrics 
2. Macroeconomics – 2 
3. Microeconomics – 2 
4. Choice of 1 from:
• Principles of Banking and Finance
• Business and Management in a Global Context
• Management Accounting
5. Choice of 1 from:
• Game Theory
• Economic History
• Applied Economics
• Development Economics
6. Choice of 1 from:
• Public Economics
• History of Economics Thought
• Sociology of Consumer Finance 
7. Choice of 1 from:
• Further Mathematics for Economists
• Abstract Mathematics
8. Year paper

1. Elements of Econometrics
2. Microeconomics
3. Macroeconomics
4. Choice of 1 from:
• Further Mathematics for Economists
• Management Accounting (if Accounting completed)
• Principles of Banking and Finance
• Business and Management in a Global Context
• Abstract Mathematics (if Math1&2 completed)

Year 4

1. Corporate Finance
Track 1:
2. Industrial Economics 
3. International Economics 
4. Monetary Economics 
Track 2 (if Further Mathematics completed):
2-3. Choice of 2 from:
• Industrial Economics 
• International Economics 
• Monetary Economics
4. Choice of 1 from:
• Quantitative Finance
• Financial Reporting
• Auditing and Assurance
• Organisation Theory
5. Choice of 1 from:
• Institutional Economics 
• Experimental and Behavioural Economics
• Time Series and Panel Data Analysis
• Theory of Finance
6. Research Seminar
7. BSc Graduation Thesis

1. Corporate Finance

Track 1:
2. Industrial Economics 
3. International Economics 
4. Monetary Economics
Track 2 (if Further Mathematics completed):
2-3. Choice of 2 from:
• Industrial Economics 
• International Economics 
• Monetary Economics
4. Choice of 1 from:
• Quantitative Finance
• Financial Reporting
• Auditing and Assurance
• Organisation Theory

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