Master of Economics University of Queensland - UQ

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Masters Degree
Brisbane
2.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Interested in pursuing a career in economics? The Master of Economics teaches all the knowledge and skills expected of a professional economist, whether you're aiming to work in business, government, finance, or beyond.

This two-year program is designed for those with a bachelor's degree in any discipline; a Graduate Certificate in Economic Studies from UQ; or a Graduate Diploma in Economics from UQ.

Receive comprehensive training in core and advanced-level economic courses. You can also choose from a range of electives to specialise in fields such as environmental economics, health economics, and economic development.

Benefit from a program that emphasises understanding and practical application as key approaches to addressing economic problems. You will develop strong skills in research, analysis, and critical- and logical-thinking.

Undertake an optional thesis in your final year to sharpen the skills required for a professional career in economics research, whether in industry or academia. You will participate in all aspects of defining and developing your chosen research topic.
Careers

Investment banking
Senior consulting
Financial analysis
Government economic policy
Research

Additional Information

In your final year you'll have the option of writing a thesis on an original topic. This will not only further your expertise and skills in critica...

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Student Reviews

December 2017
Year completed 2017

It is about different macroeconomic theories and models such as the classic Solow growth model, neoclassical models, aggregate demand and supply models, Keynesian models, quantity theory of money, quantitative easing and more contemporary models in economics.

It also touches monetary, fiscal and exchange rate policies.
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