Economics is the scientific study of how society manages its scarce resources. Economics majors develop strong research and analytical skills while exploring issues such as the production of goods and services and the distribution of income. As a growing field that intersects business and social science, economics allows students to apply economic theories and trends to pertinent issues including finance, labor relations, poverty reduction and public policy. The bachelor of arts in economics degree fuses specialized study in economics with a broad foundation in liberal arts, preparing graduates for a wide array of opportunities. With over 30 credit hours of in-depth economic coursework, you'll develop strong research and analytical skills to solve complex problems of scarce resources and unlimited wants.
Taught by the Department of Economics, this five-year doctoral program in economics sits among the world's top Graduate Research programs, with substantial coursework, research and supervision available across a wide variety of areas in the field of economics. This program is designed for students with prior training in economics or a cognate discipline with a strong analytical/mathematical component, who wish to acquire the advanced skills needed to practice as a professional economist in the public or private sectors. When undertaking the Doctoral Program in Economics we can offer Ph D supervision for topics in a wide range of specialisations, including: Students who have completed a four year Australian bachelor degree (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline that includes one year honors with a research component equivalent to at least 25% of one year of full-time study, and a minimum weighted average of 75% in final-year subjects are admitted into the Master of Commerce (Economics) coursework. Doctoral program applicants without any proper research training must complete a 25-point Research Report subject in the first year of the program in order to proceed to year two. Applicants to the Ph D degree in Economics offered by the Department of Economics and the Melbourne Institute are exempted from the GRE requirement if: they have previously provided a GRE result for their admission to the first year of the Doctoral Program in Economics (comprising the second year of the Master of Economics); or had that waived by the Faculty on the basis of completion of an Australian tertiary qualification within 18 months of applying OR as a holder of a permanent Humanitarian Visa for Australia.
The business economics program teaches you to understand the forces that drive the actions of corporations and consumers, the way an economy works, and the importance of global trade. You may choose one of three emphasis areas: General and Honors emphases: Market research, consulting, banking, finance, insurance, manufacturing, international and development organizations, and intelligence agencies. Real estate emphasis: Urban planner, developer, real estate agent, residential/commercial appraiser, mortgage broker, or commercial lender. A business economics degree is a great base for a variety of graduate degrees.
This essay looks at the fundamental elements of economics. Economics covers the area of human activity that deals with how people provide for their material wellbeing. It looks at the complex sets of transactions that take place around the world every day. These transactions decide on the global allocation of raw materials and capital. It also looks at the decisions individuals make when they decide how to prioritise their needs and wants and how to spend their money.
UZH students can take advantage of the wide variety of courses UZH offers by attending modules in other subjects and at other faculties. Credits from these modules can usually be transferred to the free elective area of your studies at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics. Provided that the course provider agrees, you may book and attend any modules from the full range that UZH has to offer. UZH course catalogue It is important to remember that other faculties will have different booking and cancellation deadlines, and in some cases may even have different repeat regulations for modules. All modules completed at UZH are listed on the transcript of records.
Commencement year This course entry applies to students commencing this course in 2018 and should be read in conjunction with information provided in the 'Faculty information' section of this Handbook by the Business and Economics. Unit codes that are not linked to their entry in the Handbook are not available for study in the current year. Course code 0029 Abbreviated title Ph DBus Eco CRICOS code 037832K Managing faculty Business and Economics Coordinator Professor Fang Lee Cooke Contact details Faculty Research Office: telephone 61 3 9905 1055; email buseco-research.degrees@au Admission and fees Australia Malaysia Standard duration 4 years FT, 8 years PT 3-4 years equivalent full-time Your Ph D research project is to be conceived from the outset as clearly achievable within 3 years equivalent full time, with the expectation you will complete your degree within 3 to 4 years equivalent full time. At the core of this program is the completion of a substantial research thesis on an agreed topic under the guidance of a supervisory team. Your research training is further enhanced by professional development activities or coursework units designed to support you in your academic and professional development. Upon completion of your doctoral studies at Monash, you will be able to demonstrate that you have successfully designed and executed a research project that makes an original and substantial contribution to your discipline.
The BEOP allows economics majors to take a set of restricted accounting and finance courses in UT’s Mc Combs School of Business. By taking accounting and finance classes alongside business majors, BEOP students explore complementarities between economic analysis and business, thereby strengthening the quantitative and analytical skills they acquire as economic majors. Additional details below on: how to apply, the required coursework, how and when to register for BEOP classes, BEOP completion and recognition, and FAQs. eligibility requirements to the Economics Undergraduate Advising Office you can apply in-person at BRB 1.114, or via fax to 512-471-3510, or via email to ecoadvisors@austin. If you are following the 2014-2016 and prior catalogs you can apply here.
APU’s rigorous business economics major prepares students to make sound business decisions, providing a solid business foundation for in-depth study of advanced economic systems, labor concerns, financial markets, environmental economics, urban and regional economics, and international trade. Students also explore the economics of religion, a Christian’s place in the business world, and the principles of ethical decision making. The program features business faculty who remain connected to businesses in their areas of expertise and provide internship contacts for students. It also gives students the opportunity to participate in organizations such as Scholars for Business Achievement, which provides students with networking and experience, or Enactus, which allows them to apply their learning to solve real-world business economics problems. Business economics majors leave APU ready to guide their businesses through a complex economic environment.