BSc Financial Economics (EFS1)

Curricular information is subject to change

Show/hide contentOpenClose All

This is an international finance and economics programme that is aimed at students who aim to pursue

a finance career in China or abroad. The programme is delivered

by an international team through English, resulting in a western educational culture that offers an

alternative to the environment that students typically experience in Chinese universities. We value

logical thinkers and problem solvers, and these skills are encouraged throughout the degree

programme. We aim to provide a collaborative learning environment with approachable international

staff. In addition to traditional lectures, the curriculum is also delivered via tutorials, interactive

laboratory sessions and through online engagement. The programme has a strong focus on learning

by doing, through group and individual projects and lab work.


1 - Develop problem solving skills and a capacity to apply these skills in a variety of contexts
2 - Design theoretical models to explore the operation of financial markets specifically and the economy in general
3 - Understand the impact of government action on financial markets and the economy in general
4 - Understand in a rigorous manner the linkages between domestic and foreign markets
Module ID Module Title Trimester Credits
Stage 1 Core Modules
     
BDIC1040J Maths 1 Autumn

5

BDIC1041J Maths 2 Autumn

5

BDIC1044J Linear Algebra Autumn

5

BDIC1045J Introduction to Economics Autumn

5

BDIC1047J English for University Studies at BDIC Autumn

5

ARCH1001J Ireland - Landscape, Heritage and Culture Spring

5

BDIC1038J Principles of Microeconomics Spring

5

BDIC1042J Maths 3 Spring

5

BDIC1043J Maths 4 Spring

5

BDIC1048J English Gen Academic Purposes at BDIC Spring

5

ECON1046J Economics and Society Spring

5

MATH1002J Introduction to Analysis (for Spring

5

Stage 1 Core Modules
     
Stage 2 Core Modules
     
BDIC1039J Intro to Financial Accounting Autumn

5

BDIC2005J Probability and Statistics Autumn

5

BDIC2015J Academic Writing and Communication Skills Autumn

5

BDIC2018J The Chinese Economy Autumn

5

BDIC2020J Intermediate Microeconomics 1 Autumn

5

ECON1001J Principles of Macroeconomics Autumn

5

BDIC2007J English for Specific Academic Purposes Spring

5

BDIC2016J Intermediate Microeconomics 2 Spring

5

BDIC2019J Introduction to Financial Economics Spring

5

ECON2002J Intermediate Macroeconomics Spring

5

ECON2021J European Economy Spring

5

MATH1004J Foundations for Financial Math Spring

5

Stage 2 Core Modules
     
Stage 3 Core Modules
     
ECON2004J Game Theory (J) Autumn

5

ECON3001J International Money & Banking Autumn

5

ECON3004J Economics of Corporate Finance Autumn

5

ECON3006J Financial Economics: Asset Pricing Autumn

5

STAT2004J Linear Modelling Autumn

5

STAT2005J Predictive Analytics Autumn

5

BDIC3010J Investment and Portfolio manag Spring

5

BDIC3022J Business Strategy (Fin Econ) Spring

5

ECON3002J Applied Econometrics Spring

5

ECON3005J Financial Economics: Derivates and Risk Management Spring

5

ECON3008J Economics of Financial Institutions Spring

5

MATH2003J Optimisation in Economics Spring

5

Stage 3 Core Modules
     
Stage 4 Core Modules
     
BDIC3009J International Financial manage Autumn

5

BDIC3016J Behavioural Finance Autumn

5

ECON3020J Hist and Econ of Fin Crises Autumn

5

ECON3022J Industrial Economics Autumn

5

ECON3028J Development Economics Autumn

5

STAT3007J Time Series Analysis Autumn

5

ECON3007J Econometrics of Financial Mark Spring

5

ECON3017J International Trade Economics Spring

5

ECON3018J Advanced Econometrics Spring

5

ECON3023J Advanced Microeconomics Spring

5

ECON3027J Advanced Macroeconomics Spring

5

MATH3026J Topics in Mathematics for Economics and Finance Spring

5


(Google Chrome is recommended when printing this page)