This renowned professional qualification equips you with analytical and statistical skills you can apply to any business or finance role.
Core studies in economic theory and econometric methods will prepare you academically, technically and professionally, and give you a solid grounding in modern economics analysis. You can also specialise in econometrics, economics or financial economics.
This degree gives you the flexibility to study a second Economics major or an approved Commerce major, such as finance, information systems, international business, management, marketing or real-estate studies.
The knowledge you obtain will enable you to become economically literate and give you an in-depth understanding of local and world economic issues.
Why choose this degree?
This is a widely recognised professional qualification that provides a solid grounding in the core areas of economics and econometrics.
You will develop a broad range of transferable skills that are relevant across various industries.
Who should choose this degree?
Students who are passionate about how economic issues impact business organisations and business decisions and are looking for a solid grounding in economics to pursue a career in the public or private sector.
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- Environmental Humanities
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- Financial Economics
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- International Business
- Japanese Studies
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Degree StructureDegree Handbook
- Economics and financial forecaster
- Economics researcher
- Financial analyst
- Policy adviser
- Statistical analyst
- Wealth management analyst
Accreditation / Professional Recogntion
Depending on your course selection you may meet the education requirement of various professional bodies including Australian Human Resources Institute (Human Resource Management), and Australian Securities and Investment Commission (RG-146) (Finance).