Master of Applied Economics

The University of Adelaide

The Master of Applied Economics is a broad, applied, two-year master's degree, which provides a thorough understanding of core ideas and concepts in Economics and their professional application. Graduates can choose to specialise in Public Policy, International Economics or Economic Theory. Economics analyses the decisions and choices of individuals, governments and businesses and the impact of their behaviour on our lives and welfare. Important ideas and concepts include incentives; opportunity costs; trade-offs; supply and demand; and efficiency. These are applied to a range of fields, from public policy to finance, international trade, economic growth and development, natural resources or the organisation and structure of markets.

Course Fee:

Australian: $56,000
International: $77,000

Entry Requirements:

A completed Bachelor's degree or equivalent with a GPA of 5.0; Students may enter this degree from the Graduate Certificate in Applied Economics or the Graduate Diploma in Applied Economics.

Structure:

This master's degree is a 48-unit program of study. Students take 21 units of core courses including five 3-unit courses and the 6-unit course Challenges in Economic Policy and Applied Research, which provides the capstone research experience. Students also choose 27 units of elective courses.

Subjects you can Study:

Economics; International business; Public policy

Who for:

Graduates with a background in economics

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00123M

Related Careers:

Economist,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
North Terrace No info No Full time 2 years

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We are a member of the leading universities in Australia, the Group of Eight (Go8) coalition, and have strong partnerships with government, a wide range of industries, and universities right across the globe.    
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