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List 2: Bachelor of Economics Courses

Students need to select List 2 courses from the most current list, and not the list from the year that they started their program.  

Courses displayed in List 2 may change from year to year as content or pre-requisites are updated.  Choosing the current year will ensure you select an appropriate course.

2019

Course CodeCourse Name
(Note 2) ECHI3008 / ECHI3018 History of Economic Thought (P) or (H)
(Note 2) ECHI3009 / ECHI3019 The World Economy Since 1800 (P) or (H)
ECON2008 Japanese Economy and Economic Policy
ECON2009 / ECON2059 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations (P) or (H)
(Note 2) ECON2091 The Economy, Politics and the State
(Note 3) ECON2125  Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics 
ECON2131 / ECON2132 Public Sector Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2133 Cost-Benefit Analysis
ECON3004 Health Economics
ECON3006 / ECON3016 Financial Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3009 / ECON3019 South East Asian Economic Policy and Development (P) or (H)
ECON3023 Economic Policy Issues
ECON3053 Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy
ECON3055 / ECON3155 Competition Policy and the Economics of Regulation (P) or (H)
ECON3057 / ECON3157 Industrial Organisation (P) or (H)
ECON3100 Economics 3 (H)
ECON3103 / ECON3013 International Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3127 Computational Methods in Economics
ECON3128 Resource and Environmental Economics
ECON3152 / ECON3153 Game Theory (P) or (H)
EMET3004 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics 

Notes

1. From 2015 onwards ECON2026 Money and Banking is no longer counted as a List 2 course.

2. If these courses are counted towards the List 2 requirement of the Bachelor of Economics, they may not be double counted to fulfill any other Bachelor of Economics requirements. 

3. ECON2125 "Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics", was known as "Mathematics for Economics A" prior to 2015.  Students following 2014 rules can count this as a List 2 course.

Page updated 20/8/2018 by JV.

2018

Course CodeCourse Name
(Note 2) ECHI3008 / ECHI3018 History of Economic Thought (P) or (H)
(Note 2) ECHI3009 / ECHI3019 The World Economy Since 1800 (P) or (H)
ECON2008 Japanese Economy and Economic Policy
ECON2009 / ECON2059 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations (P) or (H)
(Note 2) ECON2091 The Economy, Politics and the State
(Note 3) ECON2125  Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics 
ECON2131 / ECON2132 Public Sector Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2133 Cost-Benefit Analysis
ECON3004 Health Economics
ECON3006 / ECON3016 Financial Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3009 / ECON3019 South East Asian Economic Policy and Development (P) or (H)
ECON3023 Economic Policy Issues
ECON3053 Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy
ECON3055 / ECON3155 Competition Policy and the Economics of Regulation (P) or (H)
ECON3057 / ECON3157 Industrial Organisation (P) or (H)
ECON3100 Economics 3 (H)
ECON3103 / ECON3013 International Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3127 Computational Methods in Economics
ECON3128 Resource and Environmental Economics
ECON3152 / ECON3153 Game Theory (P) or (H)
EMET3004 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics 

Notes

1. From 2015 onwards ECON2026 Money and Banking is no longer counted as a List 2 course.

2. If these courses are counted towards the List 2 requirement of the Bachelor of Economics, they may not be double counted to fulfill any other Bachelor of Economics requirements. 

3. ECON2125 "Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics", was known as "Mathematics for Economics A" prior to 2015.  Students following 2014 rules can count this as a List 2 course.

Page updated 20/8/2018 by JV.

2017

Course codeCourse name
(Note 3) ECHI3008 / ECHI3018 History of Economic Thought (P) or (H)
ECHI3009 / ECHI3019 The World Economy Since 1800 (P) or (H)
ECON2008 Japanese Economy and Economic Policy
ECON2009 / ECON2059 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations (P) or (H)
(Note 3) ECON2091 The Economy, Politics and the State
(Note 4) ECON2125  Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics 
ECON2128 / ECON2129 Resource and Environmental Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2131 / ECON2132 Public Sector Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2133 Cost-Benefit Analysis
ECON3004 Health Economics
ECON3006 / ECON3016 Financial Economics (P) or (H)
(Note 3) ECON3009 / ECON3019 South East Asian Economic Policy and Development (P) or (H)
ECON3053 Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy
ECON3054 Modelling the Open Economy
ECON3055 / ECON3155 Competition Policy and the Economics of Regulation (P) or (H)
ECON3057 / ECON3157 Industrial Organisation (P) or (H)
ECON3100 Economics 3 (H)
ECON3103 / ECON3013 International Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3121 Mathematical Economics
ECON3127 Mathematics for Economists B
EMET3004 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics 
EMET3011 Econometrics III: Advanced Econometric Methods

Notes

1. Students taking ECON3152 Game Theory (P),  ECON3153 Game Theory (H) or ECON3023 Economic Policy Issues will have these courses count towards their List 2 requirement. 

2. From 2015 onwards ECON2026 Money and Banking is no longer counted as a List 2 course.

3. If these courses are counted towards the List 2 requirement of the Bachelor of Economics, they may not be double counted to fulfill any other Bachelor of Economics requirements. 

4. ECON2125 "Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics", was known as "Mathematics for Economics A" prior to 2015.  Students following 2014 rules can count this as a List 2 course.

Page updated 26/6/2017 by RP.

2016

Course codeCourse name
EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
ECON3055 / ECON3155 Competition Policy and the Economics of Regulation (P) or (H)
ECON2133 Cost-Benefit Analysis
EMET3004 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
EMET3011 Econometrics III: Advanced Econometric Methods
ECON3100 Economics 3 (H)
ECON3006 / ECON3016 Financial Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3004 Health Economics
***ECHI3008 / ECHI3018 History of Economic Thought (P) or (H)
ECON3057 / ECON3157 Industrial Organisation (P) or (H)
ECON3103 / ECON3013 International Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2008 Japanese Economy and Economic Policy
ECON2009 / ECON2059 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations (P) or (H)
ECON2125 **** Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics **** refer to footnote
ECON3127 Mathematics for Economists B
ECON3121 Mathematical Economics
ECON3054 Modelling the Open Economy
*** ECON2026 Money and Banking ** refer to footnote
ECON3053 Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy
ECON2131 / ECON2132 Public Sector Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2128 / ECON2129 Resource and Environmental Economics (P) or (H)
***ECON3009 / ECON3019 South East Asian Economic Policy and Development (P) or (H)
***ECON2091 The Economy, Politics and the State
ECHI3009 / ECHI3019 The World Economy Since 1800 (P) or (H)

*Please note that students taking ECON3152 Game Theory (P),  ECON3153 Game Theory (H) or ECON3023 Economic Policy Issues will have these courses count towards their List 2 Requirement. 

** Please note ECON2026 Money and Banking is no longer counted as a course of List 2 from 2015.

*** Please note that if these courses are intending to count towards the List 2 requirements of the Bachelor of Economics, it may not be double counted to fulfill any other Bachelor of Economics degree requirements. 

****Mathematics for Economics A course name changed to Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics beginning in 2015, students who are following 2014 rules can still count this course as a list 2***

2015

Course codeCourse name
EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
ECON3055 / ECON3155 Competition Policy and the Economics of Regulation (P) or (H)
ECON2133 Cost-Benefit Analysis
EMET3004 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
EMET3011 Econometrics III: Advanced Econometric Methods
ECON3100 Economics 3 (H)
ECON3006 / ECON3016 Financial Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3004 Health Economics
ECHI3008 / ECHI3018 History of Economic Thought (P) or (H)
ECON3057 / ECON3157 Industrial Organisation (P) or (H)
ECON3103 / ECON3013 International Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2008 Japanese Economy and Economic Policy
ECON2009 / ECON2059 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations (P) or (H)
ECON2125 *** Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics *** refer to footnote
ECON3127 Mathematics for Economists B
ECON3121 Mathematical Economics
ECON3054 Modelling the Open Economy
ECON2026 ** Money and Banking ** See Footnote
ECON3053 Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy
ECON2131 / ECON2132 Public Sector Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2128 / ECON2129 Resource and Environmental Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3009 / ECON3019 South East Asian Economic Policy and Development (P) or (H)
ECON2142

Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (H)

ECON2091 The Economy, Politics and the State
ECHI3009 / ECHI3019 The World Economy Since 1800 (P) or (H)

** Please note ECON2026 Money and Banking is no longer counted as a course of List 2 from 2015. If taken prior to 2016 this course will count towards List 2

***Mathematics for Economics A course name changed to Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics beginning in 2015, students who are following 2014 rules can still count this course as a list 2***

2014

Course codeCourse name
EMET3008 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
EMET3006 Applied Micro-econometrics
EMET3007 Business and Economic Forecasting
ECON3055 / ECON3155 Competition Policy and the Economics of Regulation (P) or (H)
ECON2133 Cost-Benefit Analysis
EMET2008 Econometrics II: Econometric Modelling
EMET3011 Econometrics III: Advanced Econometric Methods
ECON3100 Economics 3 (H)
ECON3006 / ECON3016 Financial Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3004 Health Economics
ECHI2005 / ECHI2015 History of Economic Thought (P) or (H)
ECON3057 / ECON3157 Industrial Organisation (P) or (H)
ECON3103 / ECON3013 International Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2008 Japanese Economy and Economic Policy
ECON2009 / ECON2059 Labour Economics and Industrial Relations (P) or (H)
ECON2125 *** Mathematics for Economists A *** refer to footnote
ECON2127 Mathematics for Economists B
ECON3121 Mathematical Economics
ECON3054 Modelling the Open Economy
ECON2026 ** Money and Banking ** Refer to Footnote
ECON3053 Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy
ECON2131 / ECON2132 Public Sector Economics (P) or (H)
ECON2128 / ECON2129 Resource and Environmental Economics (P) or (H)
ECON3009 / ECON3019 South East Asian Economic Policy and Development (P) or (H)
ECON2142

Strategic Thinking: An Introduction to Game Theory (H)

ECON2091 The Economy, Politics and the State
ECHI2006 / ECHI2016 The World Economy Since 1800 (P) or (H)

** Please note ECON2026 Money and Banking is no longer counted as a course of List 2 from semester 1 2016. If taken prior to 2016 this course will count towards List 2

***Mathematics for Economics A course name changed to Optimisation for Economics and Financial Economics beginning in 2015, students who are following 2014 rules can still count this course as a list 2***

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