Explore 119 results for "Bachelor of Economics" by leading Australian Universities

Filters

  • Keyword: Bachelor of Economics

Course results for Bachelor of Economics


0 Saved degrees (to compare save at least 2)

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-ECO-DEG | Undergraduate

    Gain a competitive advantage with an economics degree

    Unlock careers in business and the broader community. Grow your mindset to solve problems faced by industry, government, and society. This degree teaches you the foundation principles in economic theory plus a specialisation of your choice.

    Available majors

    • Industry, Policy and Business Strategy Major Subjects,  
    • Society and Environment Major Subjects
  • University of Tasmania

    Explore decision-making for people and populations

    In this dual degree you'll explore the inner-workings of decision-making for persons and populations. Delve into the mind as well as wealth distribution.

    Available majors

    • Society and Environment Major,  
    • Industry, Policy and Business Strategy Major
  • University of Tasmania

    Double your success in business and economics

    This double degree empowers you to launch your career in business and economics with a dual skillset. Gain valuable exposure to Tasmania's leading minds. Explore how people, societies and businesses make decisions.

    Available majors

    • Accounting Major,  
    • Finance Major,  
    • Marketing Major,  
    • Managing People and Organisations,  
    • Society and Environment Major,  
    • Industry, Policy and Business Strategy Major
  • University of Tasmania

    Learn economics from over 100 years experience

    Learn economics by focusing on contemporary issues in Australia and globally. Explore applied economics topics such as business strategy, behavioural economics, energy economics, regional development, and monetary and fiscal policy. 

  • Curtin University

    CUR-FIN-DEG | Undergraduate

    Specialise in finance to make your career count

    Launch into market with a sound understanding of the finance services industry. Delve into accounting, economics, business law, management, marketing and technology to get ready to discover issues, build strategies, and make decisions. 

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    USC-BUS-DEG | Undergraduate

    A business degree with industry experience

    Start with core business topics including accounting, management, and marketing. Then choose your major. Specialisations include HR and small business management. Explore new opportunities. Innovate. Be your own boss or lead a team.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    Business skills to enhance your creative career

    Combine creative and technical design skills with business knowledge. You’ll study the principles of good design and add foundational business theory. Knowing how to do business can only grow your career options. Gain the competitive edge.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    The business world values engaging communicators

    Combine broad business knowledge with a comms specialisation. You’ll study business fundamentals then add communication theory. Media skills—including video, writing, and socials—are need in almost all sectors. Gain the competitive edge.

  • University of the Sunshine Coast

    For careers spanning business, governance, and society

    Study contemporary business fundamentals including management and accounting. Add to that the foundations of the Australian justice system. You’ll pick up practical skills that are valued in both sectors. Safeguard businesses. Know the law. 

  • University of Tasmania

    Combine business with psychology to understand consumers

    Interested in business but can't help thinking about psychology? Graduates of business who have studied psychology have a unique edge in understanding employees and consumers alike - launching fulfilling careers dealing with both people and brands.

    Available majors

    • Accounting,  
    • Business Economics,  
    • Finance,  
    • Marketing,  
    • Managing People and Organisations