This course is specifically designed to enable you to study a second subject while undertaking a Qualifying Law Degree.
You will develop a critical appreciation of alternative theories concerning the working of both the micro-economy and the macro-economy, alternative economic systems and alternative economic policy strategies.
You will benefit from the law department’s extensive experience in legal skills training to equip you with the skills and knowledge you need for the study of law and the research and teaching expertise in business law, public law and intellectual property law, as well as the excellent economics provision within the Business School. Advanced mathematical skills are not required for the areas of economics covered in the course.
The combination of law and economics will give you a competitive advantage and flexibility in the job market as you will have a range of knowledge and skills to pursue a career not only in law but also in other areas of business.
You will undertake a compulsory placement year in law or commerce during the third year.