This minor will complement any major and enhances employability by facilitating a broad and practical understanding of the impact of market forces, the role of incentives in shaping individual behaviour, monetary and fiscal policy, and economic and business strategies at local, national and international levels. Students also have the option to explore the economics of current policy challenges related to macroeconomic management, energy and the environment and health and demographics. Students can customise and choose from a set of units to focus on discipline sub-fields of interest to them while furthering their economics knowledge.
- Economic Principles MAE101
- The Global Economy MAE203
plus 2 units from:
^ Students undertaking the Economics major (MJ-M30043) cannot undertake the minor in Economics.
^ Continuing students undertaking the International Trade major (MJ-M30037) cannot undertake the minor in Economics.