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Master of Financial Economics

Commencing in Semester 1

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 Units

  1. STAT6039 Principles of Mathematical Statistics
  2. ECON8026 Diploma Macroeconomics
  3. FINM7007 Applied Corporate Finance
  4. ECON8013 Mathematical Techniques in Economics I

 Year 1, Semester 2: 24 Units

  1. FINM7008 Applied Investments
  2. ECON8025 Diploma Microeconomics
  3. EMET8010 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
  4. ECON8037 Financial Economics, or EMET8012 Business and Economic Forecasting

Year 2, Semester 1: 24 Units

  1. ECON8011 Microeconomic Theory
  2. STAT8002 Applied Time Series Analysis
  3. FINM8004 Advanced Corporate Finance
  4. FINM8006 Advanced Investments, or one course from

 Year 2, Semester 2: 24 Units

  1. ECON8021 Topics in Microeconomic Theory
  2. ECON8053 Game Theory, or ECON8080 Behavioural Economics: Psychology Economics
  3. FINM8100 Applied Project in Finance
  4. FINM8006 Advanced Investments, or one course from
    • FINM8009 Derivatives: Markets, Valuation and Risk Management
    • FINM8016 Portfolio Construction

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Commencing in Semester 2 (S2, 2017 only)

Year 1, Semester 2: 24 Units

  1. STAT6039 Principles of Mathematical Statistics
  2. ECON8026 Diploma Macroeconomics
  3. FINM7007 Applied Corporate Finance
  4. ECON8013 Mathematical Techniques in Economics I

  Year 1, Semester 1: 24 Units

  1. FINM7008 Applied Investments
  2. ECON8025 Diploma Microeconomics
  3. FINM8004 Advanced Corporate Finance
  4. STAT8002 Applied Time Series Analysis

 Year 2, Semester 2: 24 Units

  1. ECON8021 Topics in Microeconomic Theory
  2. EMET8010 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
  3. ECON8053 Game Theory, or ECON8080 Behavioural Economics: Psychology Economics
  4. ECON8037 Financial Economics, or EMET8012 Business and Economic Forecasting

 Year 2, Semester 1: 24 Units

  1. ECON8011 Microeconomic Theory
  2. FINM8100 Applied Project in Finance
  3. FINM8006 Advanced Investments
  4. One course from

Commencing in Semester 1 (2018 onwards)- S1 only

Year 1, Semester 1: 24 Units

  1. STAT6039 Principles of Mathematical Statistics
  2. EMET7001 Introduction to Economic Models
  3. FINM7007 Applied Corporate Finance
  4. FINM7008 Applied Investments

  Year 1, Semester 2: 24 Units

  1. ECON8025 Diploma Microeconomics
  2. ECON8013 Mathematical Techniques in Economics I
  3. EMET8010 Applied Macro and Financial Econometrics
  4. EMET8012 Business and Economic Forecasting

 Year 2, Semester 1: 24 Units

  1. ECON8011 Microeconomic Theory
  2. FINM8004 Advanced Corporate Finance
  3. STAT8002 Applied Time Series Analysis
  4. ECON8037 Financial Economics,or

         FINM8006 Advanced Investments, or

         one course from

  Year 2, Semester 2: 24 Units

  1. ECON8021 Topics in Microeconomic Theory
  2. ECON8053 Game Theory, or ECON8080 Behavioural Economics: Psychology Economics
  3. FINM8100 Applied Project in Finance
  4. FINM8006 Advanced Investments, or one course from
    • FINM8009 Derivatives: Markets, Valuation and Risk Management
    • FINM8016 Portfolio Construction
    • ECON8026 Diploma Macroeconomics

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