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The degree programme allows students to develop core economic skills through a set of compulsory courses. Then students will study either econometrics or how economics shapes areas such as public policy, business and industry, trade and the environment. When students graduate, they would be able to work as an analyst, adviser, consultant, economist or researcher in a huge range of industries. Graduates with the Bachelor of Economics degree would be able to gain career opportunities in areas including consulting, infrastructure, environmental management, international finance, investment and trade, natural resources, health, treasury and statistics.
|BM2050||Business Statistics||3.0||Semester 2|
|BM1020||Principles of Management||3.0|
|BM2020||Principles of Marketing||3.0|