I'm getting a bit desperate from having no idea of what sorts of mathematics would be present in this degree, or what minimum of maths could one get away with in this degree or just any other general degree in economics.
Industrial Economics generally seems like an economics degree focused on how economics applies to businesses and just general microeconomics. It does not seem to involve a whole lot of mathematics, but mostly sociology/business management/general economic theories. So it seems like more of an essay based degree focused on the use of logic and past events and some basic maths and a few numbers.
Would any of you say that economics cannot be just as light on maths as A-level Economics? I find it extremely easy and the maths is very easy to understand due to it being applied to something, as opposed to IGCSE Maths.
And would you say Industrial Economics in specific would be just a nice combination of Economics and Business that does not involve any serious amount of maths, at least as compared to A Level Economics and Business? I find A level Economics and Business very easy and fun, but IGCSE Maths (albeit more difficult than GCSE Maths) was hell to me.
Is there no way to get some very in depth look at what students would be doing at university in terms of the actual theory/maths that would be studied?
Some opinions on this would be hugely appreciated!
...or just paranoid?