Economics (Specialisation in Planning Policy)
Please note that this programme structure acts as a guideline, refer to your Undergraduate Handbook for official programme information.
NOTE:    ECON 1004 (EC14B) Maths for Social Sciences II: Students with an inadequate    
                 background in Mathematics are strongly advised to complete ECON 1003 (EC14A)
                 Maths for Social Sciences I in Semester One or Two Before taking ECON 1004
                 (EC14B) Maths for Social Sciences II.  Students may take ECON 1004 (EC14B) IN 
                 level II of their programme.

ECON 1001  Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 1002  Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 1004  Maths for Social Sciences II
ECON 1005  Introduction to Statistics
MGMT 1000 Introduction to Computers
GOVT 1000  Introduction to Political Analysis

One of the following:
SOCI 1000   Introduction to Sociology II
SOCI 1002   Introduction to Sociology I

One of the following:
FOUN 1001  English for Academic Purposes                     
FOUN 1008  Rhetoric II:  Special Purposes

One of the following:
FOUN 1101  Caribbean Civilization                      
FOUN 1210  Science, Medicine and Technology in the Society
One (1) Approved Elective


ECON 2000  Intermediate Microeconomics I
ECON 2001  Intermediate Microeconomics II
ECON 2002  Intermediate Macroeconomics I
ECON 2003  Intermediate Macroeconomics II
ECON 2025  Statistical Methods
ECON 2026  Statistical Methods 2
ECON 2029  Research Methods for Economists
ECON 3008  History of Economics Thought 
ECON 3027  Economic Planning
ECON 3034  Environmental Economics
ECON 3049  Econometrics I

One (1) approved Level II/III elective from the Department of Economics

Two (2) additional courses chosen from the following list:

GOVT 3017   Caribbean Governance I
GOVT 3018   Caribbean Governance II
SOCI 3004     Sociology of Tourism
SOCI 3007     Rural Development
SOCI 3009     Industrial Sociology I
SOCI 3012     Social Planning
SOCI 3035     Caribbean Social Problems
SOCI 3037     Social Dimensions of Inequality

Two (2) additional courses chosen from the following list:

ECON 3005   Monetary Theory and Policy
ECON 3016   Public Finance I
ECON 3017   Public Finance II
ECON 3019   Transport Economics
ECON 3029   Labour Economics
ECON 3043   Economics of Tourism
ECON 3054   Agriculture Economics

Twelve (12) additional level II\III course credits, at least six (6) of these credits from the Faculty of Social Sciences


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