This degree provides concepts and methods from economics that are relevant for management and shows its application. It also gives the opportunity to acquire the foundations of complementary disciplines like finance, accounting, sociology, as well as the necessary quantitative methods. Together with the optional course choices, these subjects cover all relevant aspects of management from many different perspectives.
This will facilitate the understanding of how organisations work and how they interact. Analysing the structure and strategies of firms will allow the student to understand the evolution of industries and the functioning of markets. This ability to apply economic reasoning and to think independently about management is critical for managers and entrepreneurs. This degree provides the foundation for careers in management, consulting, or further study.