Our courses offer a wide choice of on- and off-campus study, campus locations, and pathways. All our bachelors degrees involve three years full-time study across the core business/commerce disciplines, with a focus on one or two areas of major study.
Graduates who wish to practice as professional economists normally enrol in the Bachelor of Economics or in the Bachelor of Commerce and proceed to the fourth year honours level. Please visit the Department of Economics Honours resource page to answer your initial questions about the fourth-year Honours year.
Graduate and Postgraduate programs
The Business and Economics Faculty offers a wide range of masters programs, related certificates and diplomas. Programs are offered on-campus (mostly at Caulfield), in concentrated blocks, or off-campus.
The Master of Business Economics is a 12 unit accredited course which serves as a natural progression and extension for an undergraduate degree in economics. The course is a designed to enhance the professional development and skills required for strategic business decision making in a wide range of industries, domestic and internationally. This course is designed for students who wish to work in both the public and private sector.
Have you ever imagined pursuing a career in economics-related research? Please direct your attention to the Department of Economics PhD resource page for more information about the application process.