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Hi all,

So I've got to choose my optional modules for my Accounting & Finance degree at Southampton. I have to take at least one Economics module and so have been debating between:

Economics for non-economics
or
Principles of Microeconomics

The only requisite for the Principles of Microeconomics is a Grade C at A-Level Maths which I have. However, there is no reward for taking Principles of Microeconomics as oppose to Economics for non-economics, and seeing as I have never studied economics before, I am struggling to see any reason to make it harder than it has to be. Therefore I am leaning towards taking Economics for non-economics.

Anyone offer any thoughts/advice on this?
Thanks
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