This course emphasizes the development of practical skills, which are relevant in a wide range of careers. The law courses are taught through a participative and interactive environment where you can develop interpersonal and group skills. Studying law will develop your ability to solve problems, engage in logical argument, interpret the written word and develop an understanding of social values and public affairs.
The main emphasis of the course is on applied economics and in particular the application of economic analysis to real world problems and developments. The course emphasises how economics can play a role in analysing and modeling situations in the business environment, developing countries and in the formation of public policy.
The first year provides an introductory course which makes economic organisation accessible even if you are new to the subject.
Following on from the first year there are three pathways which you may study: microeconomics, macroeconomics and applied policy, international banking and economics.
The final year options lead to specialist studies, and may include a project.
Entry Requirement: Year 12 equivalent, IELTS 6.0
Course Duration: 3 years
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