Annex B - Syllabuses for Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences
Students should note that the course code is given next to the course title in Annex A and Annex B of the Programme Specification and Detailed Regulations. Course codes are new from the 2011-12 academic year and replace any previous examination numbers. This change does not impact on the syllabus or content of the course. An overview of how old examination numbers are mapped to new course codes can be found on the University of London International Programmes website: www.londoninternational.ac.uk/new_codes
- The syllabuses for all courses available under these Regulations are listed in this Annex. For the availability of these courses within the different degrees and diplomas, reference must be made to the structures given in Annex A.
- The syllabuses for all courses in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences are given in Annex B. Syllabuses for law courses follow separately the same Annex.
- The syllabuses for courses which are now only available to students as re-sits have been omitted from this Schedule. Students permitted to take these courses should refer to previous editions of the Regulations for details of these syllabuses.
- For the degrees only, most 200 and 300 courses have prerequisites. Details of prerequisites (which, unless indicated otherwise, must always be passed before the course concerned may be attempted on the degrees) and of courses which must be taken together are given under the relevant syllabuses. Where there is a choice of prerequisite careful reference should also be made to the relevant degree structures in Annex A.
- Certain courses may only be taken with or after other courses, or may not be taken with other courses (exclusions). Details of these excluded combinations are given under the relevant syllabus heading.
- Where minor changes have been made to a law course syllabus this is indicated by the sub-heading 'Amended syllabus'.
- Students who have queries regarding their permitted choice of courses should consult the Student Assessment Office at the address given in the Student handbook before finalising their choice.
- The syllabuses for the Diploma in Economics and Diploma in Social Sciences are the same as for the 100 courses with the same name and number on the degrees in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and the Social Sciences. Students who progress to a degree after passing the Diploma in Economics or Diploma in Social Sciences will not be permitted to attempt any syllabus previously passed or failed at the third attempt at the Diploma in Economics or Diploma in Social Sciences.