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    Hello everyone! I was asking myself why do you get only 60 credits in the first year and 60 in the second year, and then (3 & 4 year) they double into 120?

    First Year: 60 credits: EC1001, EC1002 and EC1003 (Students who have passed MT1002 are exempt from EC1003). EC1003 may be taken in Second Year.

    Second Year: 40 credits: EC2001 and EC2002 - with passes at first sitting and an average grade of 11 or better across both; 20 credits: EC2203 (Students who have passed MT2004 or MT2508 are exempted from EC2203.)

    Third Year: 60 credits: EC3301 and EC4417 and EC4418; 60 further credits: EC3302 – EC3350, EC4401 – EC4416, EC4419 – EC4429.

    Fourth Year: 20 credits: EC4430; 100 further credits: EC3302 – EC3350, EC4401 – EC4416, EC4419 – EC4429, EC4499, EC5201 - EC5203 to a total of 120.
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    Hey, looking at the prospectus (pg. 6 has information on the degree structure at St Andrews) will give you your answer

    At St Andrews, and at most other Scottish universities, you take modules outside of your degree in your first and second years. Your remaining 60 credits in 1st and 2nd year will be from modules outside of your Financial Economics degree.
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    I appreciate your response! Thank you!
 
 
 
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