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Bachelor of Economics

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the Bachelor of Economics, students will be able to:

Course learning outcome
1 Formulate and apply models of the behaviour of firms and consumers to realworld problems.
2 Describe and critically interpret the relationship between economic variables using appropriate frameworks.
3 Translate complex economic data and concepts in a manner that is accessible to a diverse audience.
4 Evaluate economic policies acknowledging their implications across social, cultural and institutional boundaries.
5 Work both independently and collaboratively to incorporate economic analysis and argument into a broader analysis of public policy.
6 Demonstrate an ability to source and analyse economic data using appropriate econometric techniques.
7 Identify insights into economic problems by integrating existing or emerging knowledge and data.
8 Critically evaluate a problem using an economic framework that accurately reflects its assumptions and their implications.