The Bachelor of Economic Science (BEconSc) extends over three academic years of full-time study.
TEN units must be taken from a limited choice of quantitatively orientated subjects. Mathematics I (Major) is compulsory. Double unit sets (majors) must be taken. Normally one of the unit sets is Economic Science III. The other may be chosen from Actuarial Science III, Computer Science III, Mathematical Statistics III, Mathematics III, Computational and Applied Mathematics III or Mathematical Techniques III.
The Dean may permit a student to take Actuarial Science III and Mathematical Statistics III as unit sets, in which event the student takes Economic Science IIA and IIB only.
The choice of units marked by an asterisk (**) in the pdf below may be limited by the timetable, the number of places available and may have specific admission requirements, e.g. Computer Science I, Mathematical Statistics etc.