Econometrics Honours A (ECMT4101)


The Honours program in Econometrics consists of: (1) a thesis not exceeding 65 A4 pages of typescript written under the supervision of one, or more, members of academic staff, and (2) four semester-length coursework options that each meet once a week for three hours. Students take two coursework options in their first semester, and two in their second semester. Assessment details vary per coursework option, however all contain a final examination worth up to 50% with the remaining balance comprised of written work and oral presentations, and (3) a (non assessed) weekly meeting with the thesis supervisor in both semesters.

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1x thesis (33.3%) and 4x coursework options comprised of assignments, presentations and final exams (66.7%)

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ECMT3110, ECMT3120 with a Distinction average, Econometrics and Business Statistics subject areas avg mark 75.0 Credit points 36 Level 3, Students who want to take honours in Econometrics have to: (i) qualify for a major in Econometrics; (ii) obtain a Wei

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