Economics

Economics students

Bachelor of Economics

Three years full-time
UAC code: 513225

The Bachelor of Economics will give you a comprehensive understanding of the overall context of business and government, and the high-level technical skills to analyse economic and social data and events. It will equip you with key capabilities to develop economic and social policy and to work in fields such as business, banking, financial markets, and consulting in both the private and public sectors.

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E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Must have completed HSC Mathematics 2 unit or IB equivalent.

Assumed knowledge:
Mathematics.

If you would like to add to your knowledge in these areas, we offer bridging courses for Mathematics. Attendance at bridging courses is not compulsory and attending them cannot replace the course requirements.


Bachelor of Economics/Bachelor of Advanced Studies

Four years full-time
UAC code: 513230

This combined degree will give you a comprehensive understanding of the overall context of business and government, and the high-level technical skills to analyse economic and social data and events. It will equip you with key capabilities to develop economic and social policy and to work in fields such as business, banking, financial markets, and consulting in both the private and public sectors.

In your final year, the Bachelor of Advanced Studies will enable you to undertake advanced coursework and a community, industry, research or entrepreneurship project that builds on the skills and knowledge developed in the Bachelor of Economics. You will also complete a second major, creating a study profile that reflects your expertise in a range of disciplines.

For more information:


E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Course requirements:
Must have completed HSC Mathematics 2 unit or IB equivalent.

Assumed knowledge:
Mathematics.

If you would like to add to your knowledge in these areas, we offer bridging courses for Mathematics. Attendance at bridging courses is not compulsory and attending them cannot replace the course requirements.


Faculty support

  • E12 Hotline, open mid-January, to assist with enrolment enquiries
  • Personalised enrolment assistance
  • Welcome session for students and parents or support people (in conjunction with orientation)
  • Access to a faculty wide Year 1 mentoring scheme
  • "On-track" meeting with either Course Director or Year 1 Liaison Academic throughout the year