University of New South Wales, Australia

Economics Graduate Certificate - Certificado de Postgrado en Economía

University of New South Wales, Australia
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en New South Wales
  • Precio:
    845$AUD/UOC
  • Comienzo:
    Información no disponible
  • Lugar:
    UNSW Australia International Centre, East Wing, Red Centre Building
    New South Wales 2052
    Australia
  • Duración:
    6 Meses
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Economics Graduate Certificate

Presentación

The Graduate Certificate in Economics is offered as an on-campus program. Students are required to complete 4 courses (24 Units of Credit) comprised of one course each from 3 core areas and one elective course. All courses are 6 Units of Credit.

Requisitos

Postgraduate
completion of a recognized bachelor degree 
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.

Objetivos

On successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Economics program, students will have demonstrated:
the cognitive skills and capacity to analyse economic problems using advanced modern tools used in economics;
the ability to synthesize mathematical economic analysis and provide economic intuition for the results;
the capacity to use econometric estimation techniques to analyse empirical problems.
communication skills in delivering knowledge and ideas.

Programa

Core Microeconomics Course

Students are required to complete one course (6 UOC) from the following:
ECON5300 Advanced Micro Analysis (6 UOC)
ECON5301 Markets and Equilibrium (6 UOC)
ECON5321 Managerial Economics (6 UOC)
ECON5323 Economics of Corporations (6 UOC)
Core Quantitative Course

Students are required to complete one course (6 UOC) from the following:
ECON5402 Mathematical Economics (6 UOC)
ECON5409 Statistics for Econometrics (6 UOC)
Core Econometrics Course

Students are required to complete one course (6UOC) from the following:
ECON5206 Financial Econometrics (6 UOC)
ECON5403 Econometric Theory (6 UOC)
ECON5408 Econometric Methods (6 UOC)
ECON6205 Choice Modelling (6 UOC)
Elective

Students are required to complete one elective course (6 UOC) which may be taken from the lists of core courses above, or one of the following:
ECON5106 Financial Economics (6 UOC)
ECON5114 Super and Retirement Benefits (6 UOC)
ECON5136 Retirement Saving and Spending (6 UOC)
ECON5304 International Macroeconomics (6 UOC)
ECON5306 Government and Economics (6 UOC)
ECON5309 Economic Growth (6 UOC)
ECON5310 Development Economics (6 UOC)
ECON5316 International Trade (6 UOC)
ECON5319 Political Economy (6 UOC)
ECON5324 Behavioural Economics (6 UOC)
ECON5325 Economics of Human Capital (6 UOC)
ECON5330 Real Estate Economics (6 UOC)

Publicidad

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