Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
In modern economies, the relationships between global growth, prices, supply and demand are complex and dynamic. Using quantitative modelling and critical thinking, economists analyse how these economic forces interact and explore how to solve current challenges to trade, commerce, policy and living standards in a constantly changing world. With UNE's Graduate Diploma in Economics you will upgrade your analytical skills and build advanced economic knowledge to enhance your career, enabling you to add value in all sectors of business, government and society.
Graduates keen to extend their knowledge in economics
8 units (48 credit points)
- Agricultural and Resource Economics
- Economics Statistics
Standard entry requirements
Entry is based on a bachelor qualification.
This course is an articulation pathway to the Master of Economics. Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies.
|Mid year intake
|UNE Armidale (main campus)
Students may complete work integrated learning and professional skills development (WORK500) with approved institutions and/or an overseas study tour (OSSE500) during their course.