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Could someone please explain the differences between Bsc (Hons) Economics and Management and MA (Hons) Economics and management at St Andrews as they are both undergrad courses
Reply 1
B = Bachelor M = Masters, right?
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Reply 2
Original post by nelson585
B = Bachelor M = Masters, right?

They're both undergrsd courses though
Reply 3
Original post by Anonymous #1
Could someone please explain the differences between Bsc (Hons) Economics and Management and MA (Hons) Economics and management at St Andrews as they are both undergrad courses

Depends on whether you want to take science modules alongside the course or arts ones.

"Students who have a background in the sciences or who wish to study Economics or Financial Economics alongside Science subjects at St*Andrews should apply for the BSc. For those interested in studying Economics or Financial Economics alongside Arts subjects, the MA may be of interest instead.
The entry requirements are the same for all single Honours*Economics and Financial Economics*degrees, and the chance of receiving an offer is the same for each of these degrees."

https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/subjects/economics/
Reply 4
Original post by Anonymous #1
They're both undergrsd courses though

That's weird. Maybe look at the modules.

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