University of Sussex Business School

Economics and International Development (with a professional placement year)

(BA) Economics and International Development (with a professional placement year)

Entry for 2019

FHEQ level

This course is set at Level 6 in the national Framework for Higher Education Qualifications.

No course outline is currently available.

Full-time course composition

YearTermStatusModuleCreditsFHEQ level
4Autumn SemesterOptionClimate Change Economics (L1078)156
  Critical Perspectives on Conflict and Violence (L2154A)306
  Cultures of Colonialism (F8030DID)306
  Current Themes in the Anthropology of Latin America (L6096D)306
  Development Tools and Skills (L2146)306
  Economics of European Integration (L1066)156
  Economics of Public Policy (L1003)156
  Experimental Economics: Markets, Games And Strategic Behaviour (L1097)156
  Finance and Power (L2069AID)306
  Geographies of Money, Finance, and Debt (012GAD)306
  Geographies of Violence and Conflict (001G4AID)306
  Horizontal Development(s) (007IDA)306
  Human Rights (L2124AD)306
  Human Rights (L2124A)306
  Industrial Dynamics (L1103)156
  International Trade (L1070)156
  Labour Economics (L1039)156
  Mathematical Statistics (L1079)156
  Mobilities and Global Inequalities (004IDA)306
  Mobilities and Global Inequalities (004IDAG)306
  Monetary Theory and Policy (L1040)156
  Palestine and the International (019IRAID)306
  Policing Racial Capitalism (020IRAID)306
  Refugees, Migrants and Religion (008GRID)306
  Religions in Global Politics (L2075ADUDE)306
  Slavery, Emancipation and Legacies (L6303AID)306
  The Anthropology of Geopolitics (L6301AID)306
  The Anthropology of Work, Labour and Precarity (L6302AID)306
  The Arms Trade in International Politics (L7095ADUDE)306
  The Global Politics of Health (004RADU)306
  The Politics of Armed Groups: Rebels, State and Society (014IRID)306
  Topics in Growth and Inequality (L1104)156
  Wealth, Inequality and Development (003IDAIR)306
 Spring SemesterOptionActivism, Development and Violence: Global Systems, Local Encounters (011IDS)306
  Anthropology in the World: Theory, Knowledge, Action (and back again) (L6304SID)306
  Anthropology of the Body (L6065SID)306
  Behavioural Economics (L1083)156
  Decolonial Movements (002ID2)306
  Designing Alternatives for Development (010IDS)306
  Development, Business and Corporate Social Responsibilities (L2131SID)306
  Development, Business and Corporate Social Responsibility (L2131S)306
  Digital Development: Gender, Health and Technology (009ID)306
  Disasters, Environment and Development (005DS)306
  East Asia Rising: Beyond the American Century? (L2074SDUD)306
  Economics of Crime (L1101)156
  Economics of Education (L1098)156
  Economics of Sports (L1004)156
  Environmental Anthropology (L6066D)306
  Financial Economics (L1095)156
  Global Politics of Food (011IRSDU)306
  Global Resistance: Subjects and Practices (L7090SDUD)306
  Political Ecology and Environmental Justice (013IDS)306
  Race, Ethnicity and Identity (L6090D)306
  Statistics Project (L1069)156
  The British Economy in the Twentieth Century (L1102)156
  The Economics of Development (L1065)156
  Urban Futures (006ID)306
  Whose Histories Matter? Doing Decolonial Heritage and National Identities (007GRD)306

About your joint honours course

Sussex has always promoted interdisciplinary study by encouraging students to combine different subjects and different approaches to learning. Joint-honours courses are an ideal option if you want to study more than one subject in depth. A key idea behind joint-honours is to experience the range of ways that different academic disciplines use to teach, learn and research. Those differences are stimulating and challenging, but they can also be confusing, so you will find some useful information below to help you get the most out of your course.

  • To find information about the individual modules that make up your course, go to the school that teaches the module. Each module is assessed by the school that teaches it, so on their website you will find (under “student information”) information about the assessment criteria being used, the referencing style you need to use for your work, contact times for your tutors, information about the student reps scheme and lots of other useful information.
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