Are you looking to study economics alongside another subject(s)? A number of other departments at Warwick offer degrees that include the study of Economics as part of their core programme structure. The admission criteria for these programmes may vary to those within the Department of Economics.
Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE)
Study the three contributing disciplines of Philosophy, Politics and Economics at foundation level, and two or all three at more advanced (honours) level. This programme has been carefully designed to provide exposure to the techniques, content and major concerns of each discipline.Find out more
Economics, Psychology and Philosophy (EPP)
This course offers a unique opportunity to study at the intersection of three interconnected subjects. You will consider the cognitive and contextual factors that shape people's decision-making, how we can help people make better decisions, and what is involved in groups of people making decisions.Find out more
Economic Studies and Global Sustainable Development
If you are interested in the world's problems, want to learn more about them and have a social conscience, then you should study Global Sustainable Development.
This is a joint course that allows you to combine study of the topical subject of Global Sustainable Development (GSD) with Economics.Find out more
Languages and Economics
Our five new joint degrees will equip you with the skills to solve problems in the global economy. Through intercultural awareness, linguistic skills and an understanding of how business works in your chosen language through specialist language classes.Find out more
Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Economics (MORSE/MMORSE)
MORSE is a mathematics degree which integrates the study of pure mathematics and statistics with their applications to economics, finance and management; the core skills required in modern business analytics.Find out more
This course is ideal if you enjoy thinking about the 'Big Questions' that are facing contemporary society and the world at large, and you prefer to approach problems from the perspective of more than one discipline.Read more