Economics - career implications of the BA and BSCJul 2019
Most universities offer the choice between a BA or a BSc in Economics. The choice at this stage seems to be largely based on whether or not the candidate has a good grade at A Level Maths. Please could you tell me what would be the implications for future career paths of taking a BA in Economics? Which careers would be definitely closed, and are there any for which it would be an advantage?
Universities ask for A Level Maths because they believe that without it students won't manage the course content. They also realise that students without a high level of Maths are interested in Economics, hence the BA course. There are hundreds of courses to choose from. You should check the entry requirements for each course and investigate those for which you're qualified. You can use our course search to find out. As far as a BA (rather than a BSc) in Economics is concerned, remember that most graduate jobs don't specify a degree subject at all, let alone a BSc or BA. For employability, a good degree classification is what employers are looking for in general. Research further though and make sure all decisions are well informed.
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