MAJ09402 Extended Economics
Businesses operate within the economy and many of the prospects and problems faced by a business are influenced or determined by the economy. Consequently, many business leaders emphasise the need for business managers to understand the economy and its impact on business. The Extended Economics major provides students with the professional skills, knowledge and understanding that enhance their capabilities in each of the professional areas within business.
Course programs for each individual major are available at study plan management.
Students intending to apply for the honours program in economics should enrol in 23508 Quantitative Methods in Economics and Business and 23509 Empirical Methods for Policy Evaluation as optional subjects.
Students undertaking the Extended Economics major with the following sub-major will need to substitute an alternative subject:
- SMJ09058 Econometrics students must substitute an alternative subject from the MAJ09402 Extended Economics option list in place of 23571 Introductory Econometrics.
Anti-requisite: SMJ09028 Economics
|23566 Economics for Business 2||6cp|
|23506 Strategic Decision Making and Game Theory||6cp|
|23567 Intermediate Microeconomics||6cp|
|23568 Intermediate Macroeconomics||6cp|
|23571 Introductory Econometrics||6cp|
|23580 Contemporary Economic Perspectives (Capstone)||6cp|
|Select 36 credit points of options:||36cp|
|23005 Behavioural Economics||6cp|
|26600 Business Internship||6cp|
|23569 Economic Growth and Development||6cp|
|23504 Economics of Competition and Strategy||6cp|
|23505 Economics of Monetary Policy and Central Banking||6cp|
|23570 Economics of the Environment||6cp|
|23509 Empirical Methods for Policy Evaluation||6cp|
|23004 Experimental Economics||6cp|
|23021 Labour Economics||6cp|
|21644 Law and Ethics for Managers||6cp|
|23002 Market Design||6cp|
|23022 Public Economics||6cp|
|23508 Quantitative Methods in Economics and Business||6cp|
|23507 Time Series Econometrics||6cp|