(LO1) Students will be able to demonstrate and evaluate (in quantitative and qualitative terms) a representative range of material evidence corresponding to the themes studied and discussed in seminars.
(LO2) Students will gain confidence and competency in the use of primary data to support original arguments.
(LO3) Students will gain confidence and competency in the conduct of primary research, using different types of evidence, literary, historical, and material.
(LO4) Students will be able to recognize and apply motivational factors for social and economic behaviour across cultures.
(LO5) Students will be able to apply different theoretical models to interpret economic behaviour.
(LO6) Students will be able to recognise the various ethical and moral frameworks governing individual and communal decision-making.
(S1) Improving own learning / performance - reflective practice
(S2) Communication (oral, written and visual) - presentation skills – oral
(S3) Time and project management - personal organisation
(S4) Critical thinking and problem solving - critical analysis
(S5) Working in groups and teams - group action planning
(S6) Numeracy / computational skills - reason with numbers / mathematical concepts
(S7) Global citizenship - ethical awareness
(S8) Communication (oral, written and visual) - influencing skills – argumentation
(S9) Commercial awareness - relevant economic / political understanding