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We will update this page when we make significant changes to course information. This does not necessarily include minor corrections or formatting.

If you ever want to ask us about a change, you can contact us at webeditor at warwick dot ac dot uk.


4th March 2022

We added 'important information' boxes to our 'Course overview' and 'Modules' tab.

10th March 2022

We updated the ‘Core Modules’ text on the ‘Modules’ tab.

Previous content:

The course allows you to gain strong knowledge in each of the disciplines while also enabling you to specialise according to your interests and strengths.

The first year comprises of core foundation modules in each subject, which will support you with the foundation of the disciplines. In Economics, Mathematical and Statistical modules are available at either an intermediate or advanced level, to suit students’ existing knowledge.

In the second year you can choose between four pathways (Tripartite EPP, Philosophy and Psychology, Economics with Philosophy or Behavioural Economics) to guide your remaining choices.

Depending on your pathway, you will be able to graduate with either a BA or BSc.

In your second and third years, you will take a combination of modules from the departments to complement your pathway, combining a number of core modules with your own optional module choices. In third year, all students study the interdisciplinary EPP module, bringing together the subjects and focussing on topics at the intersection of the disciplines.

Revised content:

The course allows you to gain strong knowledge in each of the disciplines while also enabling you to specialise according to your interests and strengths.

The first year comprises of core foundation modules in each subject, which will support you with the foundation of the disciplines. You may also choose to take additional optional modules to further explore areas of interest. In Economics, Mathematical and Statistical modules are available at either an intermediate or advanced level, to suit students’ existing knowledge.

In the second year you can choose between four pathways (Tripartite EPP, Philosophy and Psychology, Economics with Philosophy or Behavioural Economics) to guide your remaining choices.

Depending on your pathway, you will be able to graduate with either a BA or BSc.

In your second and third years, you will take a combination of modules from the departments to complement your pathway, combining a number of core modules with your own optional module choices. In third year, all students study the interdisciplinary EPP module, bringing together the subjects and focussing on topics at the intersection of the disciplines.

We also removed the core module ‘Psychology in Context’ from the ‘Modules’ tab.