• Length 2 years full-time
  • Minimum 96 Units
Admission requirements
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  • Mode of delivery
    • Internal

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The MAppEc rigorous training in econometric and quantitative methods will attracts outstanding students to the University. In particular influential economic policy advisors in prominent organs of national executive government (especially PM&C and Treasury) have found very appealing the way the MAppEc provides a training in putting national policy issues in a quantified frame.

About this degree

This program requires the completion of 16 courses (96 units), and would typically be undertaken full-time over two years.

Enrolment Status

While it is possible for domestic students to enrol in fewer courses per semester, ie. undertake part-time study, it will take you longer to complete your program. International students must undertake full-time study.

You must complete the foundation level courses (ECON7073, ECON7074, EMET7001 and STAT7055) before progressing to the higher level courses (ECON8025, ECON8026, ECON8013 and EMET8005).

Please be aware that ECON6015 is not offered in 2016. It is replaced by ECON8013 for this year.

Study Option Commencing in Semester 1
Study Option Commencing in Semester 2

Study Options

Master of Applied Economics

The following is a typical full-time study plan for those who have no credit/exemptions.

Study Options

Year 1 48 units ECON7073 Microeconomic Principles for Economic Policy 6 units ECON7074 Macroeconomic Principles for Economic Policy 6 units EMET7001 Introduction to Analysis of Economic Models and Data 6 units STAT7055 Introductory Statistics for Business and Finance 6 units
ECON8025 Diploma Microeconomics 6 units ECON8026 Diploma Macroeconomics 6 units ECON8013 Mathematical Techniques in Economics I 6 units EMET8005 Economic Models and Introductory Econometrics 6 units

Academic Advice

If after reading through these guidelines you are unsure about your which courses to enrol in, you can come to an academic advice session at Melville Hall during Orientation week or a CBE drop in session, or contact your program convenor, Dr. Jose Rodrigues Neto.

Do you want to talk to someone before enrolling?

Contact info.cbe@anu.edu.au

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