What Will You Study

Taught by experts in departments that are internationally recognised for the quality of their research, studying Economics and Mathematics at Lancaster gives you the opportunity to develop the necessary knowledge and tools to understand how important Economics is to the functioning of government, business and society. At the same time you will acquire mathematical and analytical skills, which are much sought-after by many employers.

In your first year, you’ll take modules including Principles of Economics, Integration, and Matrix Methods before moving on to second-year subjects such as Linear Algebra, Probability, Intermediate Micro- and Macroeconomics, and Introductory Econometrics. You’ll complete your degree in your third year, following courses such as Likelihood Inference, Mathematical Economics, Monetary Economics and Advanced Microeconomic Theory.