Master of Economics

The Master of Economics may be undertaken in two Schools of the Faculty:
School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, and Deakin Business School. It is available full time or part time, and on campus or off campus (if appropriate). A member of the academic staff will be appointed as principal supervisor for each candidate for a higher degree by research. Associate supervisors, either internal or external, may be appointed to assist the principal supervisor. Candidates will be required to meet certain attendance requirements. A candidate is required to complete a thesis embodying the results of research carried out in the field of study specified at the time of enrolment.
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Length
2 years full-time or part-time equivalent
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Economics
Course Level
Postgraduate & masters
Deakin University has a detailed enrolment policy that is available at http://theguide.deakin.edu.au (Note: link will open in new window). Key elements of this policy are presented below: •Deakin University and the student share joint responsibility for the student’s enrolment. •The University will make available to students advice on planning their patterns of study to meet course requirements. •Students shall be responsible for availing themselves of all relevant information concerning the requirements for their courses, deadlines and fees as well as other relevant university legislation and policies. •In each year in which a person seeks to become a student or continue as a student for any course or unit, they must formally enrol or re-enrol for the full academic year on or before the dates prescribed, completing all procedures which have been prescribed by the University. Deakin University reserves the right at any time to change its offering of units or courses. Changes are made only if there is an academic or administrative imperative. Students will be notified of such changes at the earliest opportunity and alternative arrangements made to minimise any disadvantage which might be incurred.
Length
2 years full-time or part-time equivalent
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Economics
Course Level
Postgraduate & masters
The Melbourne campus at Burwood is easily accessed by public transport. The Burwood Student Village is within walking distance of the main campus and the local shopping centre. A tennis courts is located near the Village and a 3 km walking/running track is available along Gardiner’s Creek which is adjacent to the village. Gardiner’s Creek also provides barbeques and parkland for more passive recreational activities. The Student Village provides single room accommodation for 200 students in a mixed gender and multi-cultural environment. All units have a communal lounge, kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities. As students are responsible for preparing their own meals, each unit contains a fully equipped kitchen – basic cooking utensils are provided.
Length
2 years full-time or part-time equivalent
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Economics
Course Level
Postgraduate & masters