Economics in Trinity College Dublin offers a number of degree possibilities. It can be taken with one of a variety of other subjects or it can be taken on its own. The subject range can accommodate the mathematically-inclined student, students interested in finance or accountancy, students wishing to pursue a career in business or those with an interest in policy studies or in European issues.
Joint Honours Economics
"Studying Economics via the Joint Honours route augmented my learning experience by learning to look at and analyze the world around me from two different perspectives, using different skillsets and methodologies." -- Economics and Psychology Graduate
"I found the initial broad subject range extremely useful as it meant I could gain an overview of the social sciences and obtain experience in various different fields before specialising in the later years." -- PPES Graduate
Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology
"As is the case with many students I was by no means certain which direction I wished to follow when I filled out my CAO form but by choosing BESS I ensured that my options were left open as the course splits into 10 different degree options." -- BESS Graduate
Business, Economics and Social Studies