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Undergraduate Course Guide

Land_Economy_Department

Introduction

The Land Economy undergraduate degree is a three year honours degree programme which leads to the award of a Cambridge first degree (BA).  The Land Economy tripos focuses on law and economics, but includes aspects of the environment, business finance, and resource management. As you advance in your studies, you will have the opportunity to specialise and choose the subjects that are of the most interest to you. The programme is rigorous. Students are introduced to complex theoretical debates, and to their practical implications.

What is the “Tripos”?

Originally, “tripos” was the name of the three-legged stool that students sat on for their exams.  These days, we’ve moved on from stools, but the word has stuck. Now “tripos” at Cambridge refers to undergraduate degree courses.

The undergraduate degree is often called the “tripos,” referring to the tripos exams you must pass to complete the degree. In Land Economy, this is split into 3 years:

How do we teach?

Learn more about the array of lectures, supervisions, and seminars offered within the Department.

About the Department

Learn more about the Department facilities, including computing, library access, and ties across campus.

Alternative Paths

For current Cambridge students wishing to change into Land Economy, or mature students interested in a career change, see Transfer and Affiliated Student.

You can also view our full prospectus, or of this prospectus.

Enquiries

Upcoming events

Workshop series - session #3: Water - 24th of May

May 24, 2017

Boardroom, Faculty of Architecture. 1 Scroope Terrace, Cambridge CB2 1PX

Workshop series - session #4: Waste - 31st of May

May 31, 2017

Boardroom, Faculty of Architecture. 1 Scroope Terrace, Cambridge CB2 1PX

Workshop series - session #5: Energy - 7th of June

Jun 07, 2017

Latimer Room, Clare College. Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 1TL

Upcoming events

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