Land Economy Cambridge Watch
What do you thing of the Land Economy Course in Cambridge ?
However, it is important to remember that Land Economy is not a pure economics degree. It is an interdisciplinary degree with elements of economics, law, environmental studies, human geography, urban planning, etc.
The full set of courses taken is available here: https://www.landecon.cam.ac.uk/Under...udy/prospectus
Is it a good course? Well, this depends entirely on your reasons for applying to study it in the first place.
As .ACS. says, it's not purely an economics degree - in fact a lot of the "economic" aspects after first year seem to pertain more to economic policy issues, than actual economic theory. It also has some finance options, as well as those noted above by .ACS., which may or may not be of interest.
The department is involved in a variety of research initiatives, including some very conservation/sustainability focused ones (it's one of the contributing departments to the Cambridge Conservation Initiative as well as the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership), among the more expected aspects of land law, planning and real estate, and development studies. These themes are likely to be represented in various course options as well as in potential dissertation titles, so there a fair breadth of content to cater to a lot of interests, whether you're a die hard real estate venture capitalist or an conservation and sustainability focused environmentalist