Explore advanced level topics in economics and research an area of your interest with the Economics specialisation in the Master of Business.
If you're doing postgraduate study in economics, you'll work with your peers and with academic staff who have been involved in applied research projects for government agencies around the world and international agencies like the IMF. The AUT School of Economics conducts research in a range of areas, including the effects of international trading arrangements, optimal regulation of labour and other markets, and the use of big data in social programmes.
Class sizes are small and each student has an individual academic supervisor. Many of our postgraduate economics students also work part-time as tutors or research assistants. As part of your studies you learn how to use sophisticated statistical software to analyse business, financial or social data – skills highly valued by many employers.
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This is part of the Master of Business.
To graduate with a Master of Business, you must successfully complete 180 points from:
These advanced-level economics courses provide you with comprehensive coverage in the latest research and theories in your specialisation, and help you prepare for your independent research thesis or dissertation.
Not all courses listed are offered each calendar year.
The research methods courses provide an exploration of philosophical issues underpinning the design of research and the research process.
The courses include training in research methods and analysis to prepare students to conduct a methodologically rigorous research thesis or dissertation.
The class of honours awarded in the programme depends on your grade performance.
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.