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MSc Modules


    MSc Economics / MSc Economics & International Financial Economics

    The MSc Economics is run entirely from within the Department. The MSc Economics and International Financial Economics is the sister course to the MSc Economics and follows a very similar structure, except that the choice of optional modules is more focused.

    The following basic structure applies to the MSc Economics and MSc Economics and International Financial Economics:

    • EC901 Economic Analysis: EC9011 Microeconomics (50%) and EC9012 Macroeconomics (50%)

    • EC902 Quantitative Methods: Econometrics A or EC910 Quantitative Methods: Econometrics B (both include Introductory Maths and Statistics)

    • Research Methods

    • Three option modules (restrictions apply according to programme)

    • A dissertation

    MSc Behavioural & Economic Science

    The MSc in Behavioural and Economic Science (Economics Track) is a joint degree programme run by the Departments of Economics and Psychology. The Department of Economics is responsible for the administration of this programme and all enquiries from students on this programme should be directed to the Economics Postgraduate Office.

    The following basic structure applies to MSc Economic in Behavioural and Economic Science (Economics Track):

    • EC9011 Economic Analysis: Microeconomics
    • EC907 Quantitative Methods: Econometrics A or EC987 Quantitative Methods: Econometrics B (both include Introductory Maths and Statistics)
    • PS922 Issues in Psychological Science
    • PS923 Methods and Analysis in Behavioural Science
    • PS916 Research Project

    Five modules from:

    • EC984 Experimental Economics
    • EC989 Behavioural Economics
    • PS918 Psychological Models of Choice
    • PS919 Behavioural Science: Implications and Applications
    • PS927 Neuroeconomics
    • IB9AN Principles of Cognition

    MSc Finance & Economics

    The MSc in Finance and Economics is managed by the Business School (although much of the course is taught by members of the Economics Department) and you should direct any questions about that course to the MSFE Office in the Warwick Business School.