Recent changes to the course have included the introduction of material from the CORE textbook, The Economy. The second-year sequence covers Micro- and Macroeconomics at a more advanced level, and also includes an introductory course in statistical methods and econometrics (termed Quantitative Economics).

Although some remedial maths classes are provided through the Economics Department, applicants are strongly advised to have completed the equivalent of an A-level Mathematics. An A-level in Economics is not required, and is indeed of only very marginal utility for the first-year courses.

James Duffy, the Tutorial Fellow in Economics, teaches Prelims (i.e. first-year) Economics in conjunction with Luke Milsom, a Stipendiary Lecturer in Economics. Second year teaching is provided by tutors at Queen's and Corpus, with James also teaching Quantitative Economics. Third-year option teaching is provided by specialist tutors in other colleges, as organised centrally by the Department of Economics.

The Library has an extensive collection of resources related to Economics, and holds sufficient copies of all course readings such that students do not need to purchase their own copies of any textbooks.

Resources for Key Stage 5, applying to Oxford, and finding out more about Corpus can be found here.