Bachelor of Economics

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Bachelor of Economics

University of Adelaide
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Bachelor of Economics is a 3 years Bachelor program taught at University of Adelaide, . The program is offered in campus-based modes with full Time options. To successfully obtain Bachelor of Economics from University of Adelaide you are required to complete credit hours. After completion of Bachelor of Economics you will be able to further continue for advance studies or start career as Economist, Economic Analyst.

Our Bachelor of Economics sets you up to understand and shape our economy's future. You will:

learn how to break down complex issues into resolvable questions

discover advanced techniques for analysing and managing data

study how maths and statistics are applied to economics

explore matters relating to the growth and stability of the whole economic system

investigate social issues such as inequality, housing affordability, environmental management and depleting natural resources.

There are also opportunities for professional internships in Adelaide, other Australian cities and overseas.

Admission Requirements

The minimum requirements for admission in Bachelor of Economics at University of Adelaide for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:

  • program specific academic requirment set by University of Adelaide.
  • English Language OR any other language requirments as set by University of Adelaide as pre-requiste for admission in Bachelor of Economics.

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Courses Units

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The Bachelor of Economics program includes compulsory courses designed to give students a solid understanding of economics, plus a selection of optional courses.

The compulsory courses make up half of the program and include economic principles, applied economics and econometrics.

The other half of the program consists of optional or elective courses. Students can choose from further economics courses (for example big data, international economics, international trade, environmental economics, human resources economics, development economics, behavioural economics) or courses from other disciplines including accounting, finance, international studies, management, politics, marketing, geography, history, languages, mathematics, or computer science. In this way, the Bachelor of Economics will give students the opportunity to pursue one or more areas of interest outside of economics.

The optional Honours (fourth) year involves the writing of a research report or thesis together with advanced coursework in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics.

Career Opportunities

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