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Master of Applied Economics (International)

Degree Type Masters by Coursework

Duration 1.5 years full-time or part-time equiv.

SATAC Code 3CM025

CRICOS 073671A

No new admissions into this program for 2017.

Please refer to the new Master of Applied Economics program which contains a major in International Economics.

The Master of Applied Economics (International) program allows students to focus on areas of international finance and international trade within the framework of the Master of Applied Economics. The program blends practical experience with rigorous academic analysis to broaden the knowledge of practitioners in the field of International Economics.

The Master of Applied Economics (International) requires compulsory courses in intermediate and higher level international finance or international trade, and in econometrics.

Students whose degree is in another discipline, such as arts, engineering, science or business, must complete the Graduate Certificate in International Economics before being admitted to the Masters program. Completion of the Graduate Certificate plus the Masters of Applied Economics (International) will take 2 years of full-time study.  Local students may study part-time.

  • Entry Requirements

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    SATAC Code 3CM025
    Mid-year entry? Yes
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    Selection Criteria
    Graduate entry only.
    A completed Bachelors degree in Economics or equivalent, or a completed Graduate Certificate in Economics, or a completed Graduate Certificate in International Economics. All applicants must have achieved credits in the following University of Adelaide courses or equivalent: Intermediate Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics and Intermediate Econometrics.
    Prerequisites
    You must have achieved credits in the following 3 subjects (or equivalent): * Intermediate Macroeconomics * Intermediate Microeconomics * Intermediate Econometrics.
    How to Apply
    SATAC Code: 3CM025

    International applicants

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    Not offered to international students.

  • Fees and Scholarships

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    Scholarships

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  • Careers

    Graduate Attributes

    The objective of this program is to produce graduates with specific attributes as outlined in University of Adelaide Graduate Attributes.
    1. Deep discipline knowledge
    2. Critical thinking and problem solving
    3. Teamwork and communication skills
    4. Career and leadership readiness
    5. Intercultural and ethical competency
    6. Self-awareness and emotional intelligence

    Industry Placement

    Work Placement: [Can include]

     

    Potential careers

    Business Analyst, Business Consultant, Business Data Analyst, Commodities or Futures Trader, Economic Researcher, Economist, Finance Manager, Financial Adviser, Financial Services Officer, International Trade or Business Analyst, Management Consultant, Manager / Business Management, Stockbroker, Taxation Officer

  • Global Learning

    A Global Learning Experience is an integral component to your academic journey at The University of Adelaide. The university is committed to offering its students the opportunity to study overseas through a range of degrees offered via the Global Learning Office, including student exchange, study tours, short study degrees, internships and placements. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania ranging from a few weeks to a full academic year.

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  • Degree Structure

    Academic Program Rules

    The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.

     

    Example Study Plan

    Indicative study plan
    You must complete the following course requirements to be eligible for the degree (total 36 units):
    Compulsory Course (6 Units) ECON 7238 Challenges in Economic Policy and Applied Research (this is the 6 unit research capstone course)
    One of the following combinations (6 units):

    ECON 7072 International Trade PG AND ECON 7102 International Trade IV      

    OR

    ECON 7044 International Finance PG AND ECON 7100 International Finance IV

    Three of the following elective courses not previously taken (9 units): TRADE 5000 International Trade: Negotiations & Agreements  
    TRADE 5001 International Trade: Strategies & Opportunities
    ECON 7001 Econometrics PG
    ECON 7016 Resource & Environmental Eco PG
    ECON 7032 Public Economics PG
    ECON 7044 International Finance PG
    ECON 7058 Development Economics PG
    ECON 7062 Game Theory PG
    ECON 7072 International Trade PG
    ECON 7114 Money, Banking & Financial Markets PG
    ECON 7221 The Economics of Climate Change
    ECON 7236 Sports Economics PG
    ECON 7237 Industrial Organisation PG
    One of the following elective courses not previously taken (3 units): ECON 7067 Economic Development IV
    ECON 7100 International Finance IV
    ECON 7102 International Trade IV
    ECON 7115 Public Economics IV
    ECON 7122 Macroeconomics IV
    ECON 7121 Microeconomic Theory IV
    ECON 7204 Econometrics IV
    ECON 7223 Advanced Time Series Econometrics IV
    ECON 7229 Behavioural Game Theory and Experiments IV
    Plus additional courses (12 units): Additional courses to the value of 12 units chosen from the PG or Level IV courses above, or an additional 6 units plusECON 7225 Master of Applied Economics Dissertation (6 units)
    Please note:  Some courses require some mathematical or statistical background. Consult the Course Planner for up to date course information, availability and scheduling for 2016.


    Assessment

    Assessment is based on a range of methods. Typical examples of those methods include examinations, tests, individual or group assignments, projects, presentations, online quizzes, and tutorial work.

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Last updated: Wednesday, 21 Dec 2016

 

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