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ECON103 coursepaper 1718 Course: Quantitative Methods for Economics (ECON103) DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Econ 103: QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR ECONOMICS 2017/2018 COURSE AIMS & OBJECTIVES, KEY SKILLS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES Course Aim: The objective of this course is to deliver essential mathematical and statistical methods that will be necessary for other economics modules. To this end, students will be provided with core concepts in mathematics and statistics, essential for the understanding of economics and business courses within the Management School, both in the first and subsequent years of study. This is a quantitative skills module and as such the course will deliver minimal economics contents. Students will have the opportunity to apply the analytical and quantitative skills through a few examples. These skills are what distinguishes an Economics major in the graduate labour market. Key Skills: Students who successfully complete the course will have acquired the basic tools of mathematics
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