It seems like I can only get an Economics and Maths (50maths:50economics) degree or a Maths WITH economics degree (75m:25e), but does anyone know whether universities offer Economics with Maths degrees (75e:25m)?
I'd rather have a strong foundation in economics with maths on the side, rather than mainly maths with economics on the side.
Thanks in advance
(btw, I didn't know whether to put this in the maths or economics forum, so I've put it in general uni discussion)
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- Thread Starter
- 02-04-2011 20:29
- PS Helper
- 02-04-2011 20:36
You'd probably get a better response in the economics forum tbh considering it is a predominantly economics course you're looking for. I only seem to remember seeing Maths with Economics but not the other way round... You could think about something like Economics and Econometrics. This would have a strong focus on economics and slightly more maths thanks to the econometrics, this course is offered by many places including York, Nottingham and Bristol