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what is the difference!??
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what is the difference!??
If a university offers both a BA Economics and a BSc Economics, then the BSc tends to be more quantitative. If the uni offers just a BA or a BSc then there isn't really a difference, it's just the unis convention/tradition of how to class their degrees
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If a university offers both a BA Economics and a BSc Economics, then the BSc tends to be more quantitative. If the uni offers just a BA or a BSc then there isn't really a difference, it's just the unis convention/tradition of how to class their degrees
This. At Manchester for example, the BAEcon is more social sciency and less heavily invested in the maths stuff, and the BSc Econ is more heavily based in maths and calculus
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