- Length 2 year full-time
- Minimum 96 Units
- Academic plan MEREC
- Post Nominal MEnvResEc
- CRICOS code 082295A
Mode of delivery
- In Person
Field of Education
- Academic contact
The Master of Environmental and Resource Economics requires the completion of 96 units, which must consist of:
Completion of pre-sessional component courses:
CRWF7900 Graduate Academic and Research Skills for Public Policy
IDEC7901 Graduate Preparatory Microeconomics
IDEC7902 Graduate Preparatory Mathematical Methods
IDEC7903 Graduate Preparatory Macroeconomics
IDEC7904 Graduate Preparatory Econometrics
24 units from completion of compulsory introductory courses from the following list:
IDEC8002 Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy
IDEC8015 Mathematical Methods in Applied Economics
IDEC8016 Microeconomic Analysis and Policy
IDEC8017 Econometric Techniques
30 units from completion of compulsory courses from the following list:
EMDV8078 Introduction to Environmental and Resource Economics
IDEC8018 Agricultural and Resource Economics
IDEC8053 Environmental Economics
IDEC8064 Masters Microeconomics
IDEC8089 Energy Economics
A minimum of 6 units from completion of research skills courses from the following list:
IDEC8023 Case Studies in Applied Econometrics
IDEC8026 Quantitative Policy Impact Evaluation
A minimum of 12 units from completion of economics or econometrics courses from the following list:
CRWF8000 Government, Markets and Global Change
ECON8038 Industrial Organisation
ECON8047 Law and Economics
ECON8049 Southeast Asian Economic Policy and Development
ECON8050 Economic Growth
ECON8180 Economic Analysis of the Digital Economy
IDEC8003 Issues in Development Policy
IDEC8007 Aid and Development Policy
IDEC8008 Open Economy Macroeconomics, Finance, and Development
IDEC8009 Trade, Development and the Asia Pacific Economy
IDEC8010 Quantitative International Economics
IDEC8012 Quantitative Methods for Monetary Policy Analysis
IDEC8014 Quantitative Financial Economics
IDEC8017 Econometric Techniques
IDEC8020 Applied Economic Dynamics
IDEC8021 The Chinese Economy
IDEC8022 Economic Development
IDEC8025 Empirical Public Finance
IDEC8026 Quantitative Policy Impact Evaluation
IDEC8028 The Microeconomics of Development
IDEC8029 Issues in Applied Microeconomics
IDEC8030 Issues in Applied Macroeconomics
IDEC8031 Development and Environmental Planning in Developing Economies
IDEC8081 The Economics of Incentives and Institutions
IDEC8083 Financial Markets and Instruments
IDEC8088 Cost-Benefit Analysis: Principles and Practice
IDEC8127 Modelling the Global Economy: techniques and policy implications
A minimum of 12 units from completion of Environment, Resource or Policy Courses from the following list:
EMDV8007 Communicating for Environment and Climate Policy
EMDV8012 Ecological Economics and Policy
EMDV8013 Development and Environment in the Anthropocene
EMDV8080 International Climate Change Policy and Economics
EMDV8081 Domestic Climate Change Policy and Economics
EMDV8082 Food Wars: Food Security and Agricultural Policy
EMDV8101 State, Society and Natural Resources
EMDV8104 Environmental Governance
POGO8004 Poverty Reduction
POGO8015 Foreign Direct Investment Policy
POGO8048 Public Finance
POGO8057 Managing Government Finances
POGO8076 Corruption and Anti-corruption
POGO8210 Case Studies in Economic Policy
POGO8212 Governing the Energy Transition
POGO8220 Issues in Japanese Policy
A maximum of 12 units from completion of a research project course from the following list:
IDEC8011 Masters Research Essay
IDEC8033 Research Project
A maximum of 6 units from completion of experiential courses from the following list:
ANIP6503 Australian National Internships Program A
CRWF7000 Applied Policy Project
CRWF8019 Public Policy and Professional Internship
At a minimum, all applicants must meet program-specific academic/non-academic requirements, and English language requirements. Admission to most ANU programs is on a competitive basis. Therefore, meeting all admission requirements does not automatically guarantee entry.
· Bachelor degree or international equivalent with GPA 5/7; or
· Bachelor degree or international equivalent with GPA 4/7 and a minimum of 3 years full-time equivalent work experience at ANZSCO Skill Level 1 in a field related to the program; or
· Bachelor degree or international equivalent with GPA 4/7 and a Graduate Certificate or international equivalent with a GPA of 4/7; or
· Graduate Diploma or international equivalent with a GPA 4/7; or
· 48 units of courses in a postgraduate program with a GPA of 4/7; or
· Graduate Certificate or international equivalent with a GPA of 4/7 and a minimum of 3 years full-time equivalent work experience at ANZSCO Skill Level 1 in a field related to the program; or
· Graduate Records Examination (GRE) General test, completed no more than 5 years before the time of application, with a minimum score of 150 for Verbal Reasoning, 160 for Quantitative Reasoning and 3.5 in Analytical Writing and a minimum of 3 years full-time equivalent work experience at ANZSCO Skill Level 1 in a field related to the program; or
· A minimum of 10 years full-time equivalent work experience at ANZSCO Skill Level 1 in a field related to the program.
In line with the university's admissions policy and strategic plan, an assessment for admission may include competitively ranking applicants on the basis of specific academic achievement, English language proficiency and diversity factors.
Academic achievement & English language proficiency
The minimum academic requirement for full entry and enrolment is a Bachelor degree or international equivalent with a minimum GPA of 5.0/7.0.
However, applicants will first be ranked on a GPA ('GPA1') that is calculated using all but the last semester (or equivalent) of the Bachelor degree used for admission purposes.
If required, ranking may further be confirmed on the basis of:
• a GPA ('GPA2') calculated on the penultimate and antepenultimate semesters (or equivalent) of the Bachelor degree used for admission purposes; and/or
• demonstrating higher-level English language proficiency.
Prior to enrolment in this ANU program, all students who gain entry will have their Bachelor degree reassessed, to confirm minimum requirements were met.
Further information: English Language Requirements for Admission
As Australia’s national university, ANU is global representative of Australian research and education. ANU endeavours to recruit and maintain a diverse and deliberate student cohort representative not only of Australia, but the world. In order to achieve these outcomes, competitive ranking of applicants may be adjusted to ensure access to ANU is a reality for brilliant students from countries across the globe.
Assessment of qualifications
Unless otherwise indicated, ANU will accept all Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications or international equivalents that meet or exceed the published admission requirements of our programs, provided all other admission requirements are also met.
Where an applicant has more than one completed tertiary qualification, ANU will base assessment on the qualification that best meets the admission requirements for the program. Find out more about the Australian Qualifications Framework: www.aqf.edu.au
ANU uses a 7-point Grade Point Average (GPA) scale. All qualifications submitted for admission at ANU will be converted to this common scale, which will determine if an applicant meets our published admission requirements. Find out more about how a 7-point GPA is calculated for Australian universities: www.uac.edu.au/future-applicants/admission-criteria/tertiary-qualifications
Unless otherwise indicated, where an applicant has more than one completed tertiary qualification, ANU will calculate the GPA for each qualification separately. ANU will base assessment on the best GPA of all completed tertiary qualifications of the same level or higher.
Applications for course credit
Credit may also be granted for relevant professional experience.
Applicants with a Bachelor Degree or Graduate Certificate in a cognate discipline may be eligible for up to 24 units (one semester) of credit.
Applicants with a Graduate Diploma or Bachelor degree with Honours in a cognate discipline may be eligible for up to 48 units (one year) of credit.
Applied Economics, Econometrics, Economic Policy, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics
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- Annual indicative fee for international students
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All students are required to pay the Services and amenities fee (SA Fee)
The annual indicative fee provides an estimate of the program tuition fees for international students and domestic students (where applicable). The annual indicative fee for a program is based on the standard full-time enrolment load of 48 units per year (unless the program duration is less than 48 units). Fees for courses vary by discipline meaning that the fees for a program can vary depending on the courses selected. Course fees are reviewed on an annual basis and typically will increase from year to year. The tuition fees payable are dependent on the year of commencement and the courses selected and are subject to increase during the period of study.
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Eligibility to apply for ANU scholarships varies depending on the specifics of the scholarship and can be categorised by the type of student you are. Specific scholarship application process information is included in the relevant scholarship listing.
For further information see the Scholarships website.
This program provides the tools of economic analysis at an advanced level and applies them to policy issues with a focus on environmental and resource economics. Areas of specialisation covered in elective courses include: agricultural and resource economics, cost-benefit analysis, economic development, econometric methods, economic regulation, and environmental and natural resource policy. A common theme across these courses is the integration of environmental and resource decisions into the broader context of national and international economic policy. Graduates find ready employment with universities, national and international policy agencies, leading corporations and civil society organisations.
ANU ranks among the world's very finest universities. Our nearly 100,000 alumni include political, business, government, and academic leaders around the world.
We have graduated remarkable people from every part of our continent, our region and all walks of life.
- use advanced tools to analyse the economic effects of policy change and to formulate economic policies
- understand the issues in the coordination of policies in environmental and resource economics
- access the academic literature in applied economics and economic policy
- undertake independent research in applied economics and policy, especially in environmental and resource economics
Information on inherent requirements is not currently available for this program
Crawford School applied economics degrees are quantitative in nature. Students whose previous qualifications are not in economics or mathematics should be aware that they will be required to undertake quantitative analysis and use abstract thinking.
Applicants submitting to the Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program should contact Crawford.Enquiries@anu.edu.au for application information. DO NOT apply through the online portal.