Students who have studied economics and/or business administration as subsidiaries at first-degree level may continue to study these subjects as subsidiaries within an MA degree programme. As a rule, MA candidates who have no previous knowledge of economics or business administration are barred from this option. Business administration can be studied as a subsidiary subject within a master’s degree programme in mathematics or physics. In master’s degree courses economics can be studied as a subsidiary subject in conjunction with mathematics, physics or human geography. In an MA degree programme in political science, individual modules devoted to economics can be taken both by beginners and by students who have previous knowledge of the subject.
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