The Economic Analysis program is designed for students with a strong background in economics and/or mathematics, and professionals requiring high-level training in economic theory and applications. It is also suitable for students seeking a pathway to a PhD in economics. The program teaches the skills to analyse real-world matters, from public policy to financial markets and the drivers of economic development.
The Master of Economic Analysis includes core and elective study alongside a two-semester research dissertation. With innovative instruction in cutting-edge economic theory and applications, it is a challenging graduate program in economics for highly-focused students. Students will learn methods of economic modelling and the art and science of working with data using sophisticated tools, and use these tools to produce independent research.
Please refer to the course resolutions in this handbook for information on the specific admission requirements for different coursework award courses.
Candidates for the Master of Economic Analysis must complete 72 credit points including:
Candidates for the Graduate Diploma in Economic Analysis must complete 48 credit points including:
Candidates for the Graduate Certificate in Economic Analysis must complete 24 credit points including: