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We offer over 300 courses designed to open your mind to all the disciplines within the Social Sciences. Our courses are diverse and range from Environmental Economics to Game Theory in the Department of Economics; Caribbean Political Thought to Punishment and Corrections in the Department of Government; New Venture Management to Sustainable Tourism in the Mona School of Business and Management; and Sex, Gender and Society to Social and Cultural Anthropology in the Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work. In addition, our course teaches critical skills in management, computing, statistics and research that will serve you well in the world of work. While your programme requirements are prescriptive, choose electives that excite you, challenge you to think analytically and critically, enrich your experience, expand your knowledge base, and enhance your marketability.

Code Title Semester Pre-Requisites
ACCT1005 Financial Accounting 1 CXC Mathematics Grades 1-3 or ECON0001
ACCT1005 Computer Applications 1 & 2 ACCT1005 (Anti-requisite: HOTL2016)
ACCT2014 Financial Accounting I 1 [ACCT1003 or CAPE Accounting Unit 2] & [ACCT1005 or CAPE Accounting Unit I]
ACCT2017 Management Accounting I - Cost Accounting 1 [ACCT1003 or CAPE Accounting Unit 2] & [ACCT1005 or CAPE Accounting Unit I] (Anti-requisite: HOTL2021)
ACCT3041 Advanced Financial Accounting 1 ACCT2015
ACCT3043 Auditing I 1 ACCT2015
DBST1000 Understanding Persons with Disabilities 1 & 2 None
DBST2000 Disability, Law and Society 1 & 2 DBST1000 or SOCI1002
ECON1000 Principles of Economics I 1 & 2 CSEC/CXC Math or GCE Math or ECON0001 or GOVT0100
ECON1003 Mathematics for Social Sciences I 1 & 2 CSEC/CXC Math or GCE Math or ECON0001 or GOVT0100 (Anti-requisite: MATH0100, MATH0110 & MATH1141)

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