St. Andrews MA Economics Watch

ErvinBoyes
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I notice that St. Andrews has two Economics courses, the MSc and then MA. Does this the mean that the MA Economics does not require a maths a level even though it says it would be 'an advantage'? Did you get on this course without it, and if so, what did you get in your GCSE maths?
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As stated in your other thread, BSc and MA (Hons) are exactly the same in terms of economic content. The only difference is the extra non-core subjects you study alongside economics in the first two years.

If you want to combine economics with science subjects, then go for the BSc. If you want to take languages, international relations or other arts subjects, then go for the MA (Hons).

It's all explained on the website.

My daughter got a 9 at GCSE Maths, an A* at Further Maths and did Maths at A Level. She preferred the Arts combination of non-economics subjects, so went for the MA.
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