For the Law and Finance Certificate Programme you must take a total of 60 credits to include at least one law module (45 credits) or two law modules (22.5 credits) and one finance module (15 credits) to be selected from the list of options below.
Pre-sessional course (optional): Mathematics and Statistics (week 0)
Students who want to review concepts such as statistical distributions and matrix algebra have the option to attend modules during induction week (week zero) within the School of Economics and Finance.
Pre-sessional course (optional): Law (week 1): offered within the Centre of Commercial Law Studies
You will be also presented with basic Statistics and Statistical software (Eviews) - Semester A)
Quantitative Research methods for Lawyers - optional non-credit bearing (Semester B).
- ECCL001 Macroeconomics A (15 credits)
- ECCL002 Microeconomics A (15 credits)
- ECCL003 Econometrics A (15 credits)
- ECCL011 Quantitative Methods in Finance (15 credits)
- QLLM307 Economics of Competition Law (22.5 credits)
- ECCL004 Marcoeconomics B (15 credits)
- ECCL005 Mircoeconomics B (15 credits)
- ECCL006 Labour Economics and Public Policy (15 credits)
- ECCL007 Econometrics B (15 credits)
- ECCL008 International Finance (15 credits)
- ECCL010 Behavioural Finance (15 credits)
- ECCL025 Applied Econometrics (Marco and Finance) (15 credits)
- ECCL026 Valuation of Private Equity (15 credits)
- ECCL027 Islamic Finance (15 credits)
- ECCL029 Mergers and Acquisitions (15 credits)
- ECCL030 Principles of Accounting (15 credits).
Semester A and B
- QLLM069 Law of Finance and Foreign Investment in Emerging Economies (45 credits)