This course is aimed at students seeking a career in economics. It provides you with a solid grounding in economic theory and its applications including microeconomics, macroeconomics, industrial economics, quantitative methods, and alternative perspectives in economics. You study economic concepts and theories including the latest research, but also explore concepts from other disciplines. This gives you a wide range of career choices. You also develop skills that employers value, such as critical thinking, problem solving, report writing, presenting, and teamworking. You study employability modules to help you in a placement and graduate roles. As the world economy is continually evolving, our course content evolves, which keeps teaching fresh and engaging. You experience a range of class based learning, including lectures, seminars and IT sessions. Lectures give you information and help your understanding of complex concepts. Seminars give you an in-depth exploration of issues covered in lectures. You can access teaching materials electronically to support your learning. Guest lecturers, including industry professionals, also contribute to some modules. You also attend frequent IT sessions during modules such as introduction to statistics, introduction to econometrics and applied econometrics. These IT sessions use real world data and software like Excel, SPSS and Stata, which are essential for some economics jobs.