The Bachelor of Economics is a three-year program that will teach you how to question, analyse, model and predict behaviour. Economics is central to decision-making in business, markets, trade, government, health, and a range of other areas.
Choose to study either one or two majors. Majors span topics from economic theory, applied economics and econometrics. Majors are also optional – if you prefer, you can study a mix of courses.
Complete a list of compulsory courses that will build your knowledge about key economic principles, theories and tools. You'll study topics including microeconomics, macroeconomics, mathematics, statistics, econometrics, and more.
Study at one of the largest, most influential and most prestigious schools for economics in Australia. The school is home to more than 70 staff, including experts in energy and climate change, productivity and efficiency analysis, and development economics.
Business and Industry, Economics and Public Policy, International Trade and Finance, Natural Resources and Environment, Quantitative Methods