About this course
One of the key concepts central to this subject is how economies divide up their scarce resources – who gets what and why? In this course, you will study microeconomics, examining issues such as pollution, traffic congestion, poverty, and the degree of competition within different markets. Macroeconomics looks at government policies, unemployment, inflation, international trade, and the difficulties governments face when they attempt to steer the economy in a specific direction. This course will give you a strong knowledge of the economy and will hone your logical, numerical, and analytical skills.
- Five A*- C grades (or equivalent 4+) including at least a grade 4 in English Language and Mathematics.