The Law and Economics Joint Honours BA (Hons) at DMU will equip you with a broad knowledge of the main features, concepts and principles of the UK and EU legal systems, along with developing your understanding of the business environment and how economic policy is formulated in the context of contemporary economic events.
The Law and Economics Joint Honours is not a qualifying law degree and does not exempt you from the academic stage of legal training for the Law Society and Bar Council. However, at the end of year one it maybe possible to transfer to the Law LLB, which is a qualifying law degree course.
- Develop practical skills that are in demand with employers
such as mathematical and statistical analysis, problem solving and the ability to explain complex data in layman’s terms
- A dedicated law environment
including a mock court room, client interviewing room and an integrated law library
- Activities such as Law Clinic, the Careers Project, Street Law, mooting and client interviewing
enhance your employability, ensuring you are well equipped for a range of career paths or further study
- Opportunities to get involved in extra-curricular activities
such as visits to the Supreme Court, giving talks about legal issues in schools and colleges, and social events including the Annual Law Society Ball
- Enjoy an international experience with #DMUglobal
trips have included New York, Berlin, Toronto and Doha
- Placement opportunities with local, national and global companies
including Toyota, Walt Disney, Shoosmiths, Samworth Brothers and Enterprise Rent A Car
- Rated in the top 10 most popular universities in the UK by UCAS, find out more #ichoseDMU.
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
YEAR ONE: Applied Economics Analysis, Economics, Constitutional and Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Principles of Economics
YEAR TWO: Intermediate Micro and Macroeconomics, Plus option modules from the following indicative list: ECONOMICS OPTIONS - Business Research Issues and Analysis, Economic History, European Economic Issues, Financial Markets and Institutions, New Directions in Economics LAW OPTIONS: Criminology, European Union Public Law*, Family Law, Issues in Civil Liberties, Land Law*, Law of Tort*, Police Powers and Public Order, Private Law of Consumer Protection, Public Law of Consumer Protection, Substantive Law of the European Union*
YEAR THREE: Applied Economic Theory or Developments in Advanced Microeconomics, Plus option modules from the following indicative list:
ECONOMICS OPTIONS - Decision Analysis, Economics Dissertation, Economic Development, Financial Markets and the Central Bank, International Trade, Open Economy Macroeconomics, Political Economy LAW OPTIONS: Commercial Law, Company Law, Criminal Law, Employment Law, Equity and Trusts*, Intellectual Property Law, Law and Medicine, Project, Social Justice, * You must select these modules if you want to gain a qualifying law degree
You will be taught through a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, group work and self-directed study. Assessment is through coursework (presentations, essays and reports) and usually an exam or test, which is typically weighted as follows in your first year:
These assessment weightings are indicative only. The exact weighting may vary depending on option modules chosen by students and teaching methods deployed by the academic member of staff each year. Indicative assessment weighting and assessment type per module are shown as part of the module information. Again these are based on the current academic session.
If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:
You will need these codes when you add a choice to your application.
|Campus name||Leicester Campus|
The following entry points are available for this course:
|UCAS Tariff||112 points||
from at least two A Levels.
Plus five GCSEs at grades A*–C (9 - 4) including English Language and Maths.
|Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)||DMM|
|Access to HE Diploma||M: 30 credits||
Pass Access with 30 Level 3 credits at Merit or equivalent.
English (Language or Literature) and Maths GCSE required as separate qualifications at grades A* - C (9 -4).
|International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme||26 points|
|IELTS (Academic)||6.5||including a minimum of 5.5 in each component|
|Northern Ireland||£9,250||Year 1|