Unit

School Of Business

EconomicsWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 200425.4

Discipline: ECONOMICS

Student Contribution Band: 4

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Andrew Marks


Equivalent Units
51265 Economics (PG)

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled in a postgraduate Business course or postgraduate Information and Communications Technology program.


Teaching Periods

PeriodOffered  Campus  Contact
2021 Quarter 3  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - EVENING  Andrew Marks  Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2021 Quarter 4  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - EVENING  Andrew Marks  Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2021 Sydney City Quarter 3  Yes  Sydney City Campus - DAY  Neelam Goela  Timetable.   Print Unit Outline*
2022 Quarter 1  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - EVENING  Andrew Marks  Timetable not available  
2022 Quarter 2  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - EVENING  Andrew Marks  Timetable not available  
2022 Quarter 3  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - DAY  Roni Demirbag  Timetable not available  
2022 Quarter 3  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - EVENING  Roni Demirbag  Timetable not available  
2022 Quarter 4  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - DAY  Andrew Marks  Timetable not available  
2022 Quarter 4  Yes  Parramatta City Campus-Macquarie Street - EVENING  Andrew Marks  Timetable not available  

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About this Unit
This unit presents a broad overview of economics and the way economic activity, institutions and regulations shape social and business outcomes, knowledge that is critical for any student in a business-related discipline. Students will reflect critically on the key economic processes, theories and ideas. We study the way economics defines growth and wellbeing and the economic theories of income determination and business cycles that shape macroeconomic policy. Students will form perspectives on globalisation, trade, colonisation and development and the causes of, and solutions to, inequalities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. In the microeconomic component of the unit, we study the way economics understands and models individuals and the consumer, production and firms, markets and market structures, the role of government intervention and regulation, environmental outcomes and policy to control processes of economic power.


Courses
1888.1Master of Education (Leadership and Management)CURRENT
2689.4Master of Professional AccountingCONTINUING
2689.5Master of Professional AccountingCURRENT
2691.5Master of AccountancyCONTINUING
2705.2Master of FinanceCURRENT
2759.2Master of Applied FinanceCURRENT
2760.3Graduate Certificate in Applied FinanceCURRENT
2761.3Master of Business AdministrationCONTINUING
2761.5Master of Business AdministrationCONTINUING
2761.6Master of Business AdministrationCURRENT
2782.1Master of Business Administration/Master of Applied FinanceCONTINUING
2782.2Master of Business Administration/Master of Applied FinanceCURRENT
2790.1Graduate Certificate in AccountingCURRENT
2796.1Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (exit only)CURRENT
2815.1Master of Professional Accounting (Advanced)CURRENT
3698.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced)CONTINUING
3698.4Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced)CURRENT
3699.3Master of Information and Communications TechnologyCONTINUING
3699.4Master of Information and Communications TechnologyCURRENT
3702.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Research)CONTINUING
3749.2Master of ScienceCURRENT
3776.1Graduate Certificate in Science (Exit only)CURRENT
3777.1Graduate Diploma in Science (Exit only)CURRENT
3780.1Master of Information and Communications Technology/Master of Data ScienceCURRENT
MICTRES.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Research)CURRENT


Specialisations

A2001.1Master of Applied Finance - 2 year pathwayCURRENT
A2002.1Master of Applied Finance - 1.5 year pathwayCURRENT
A3000.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) Pathway A - 2.5 yearsCONTINUING
A3001.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) Pathway B - 2 yearsCONTINUING
A3002.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) Pathway C - 2 yearsCONTINUING
A3016.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Research) Pathway A - 2.5 yr programCONTINUING
A3018.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Research) Pathway C - 2 year programCONTINUING
A3034.1Master of Information and Communications Technology Pathway A - 2 yearsCONTINUING
A3035.1Master of Information and Communications Technology Pathway B - 1.5 yearsCONTINUING
A3036.1Master of Information and Communications Technology Pathway C - 1.5 yearsCONTINUING
A3037.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) Pathway A - 2.5 yearsCURRENT
A3038.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) Pathway B - 2 year programCURRENT
A3039.1Master of Information and Communications Technology (Advanced) Pathway C - 2 yearsCURRENT
A3040.1Master of Information and Communications Technology Pathway A - 2 yearsCURRENT
A3041.1Master of Information and Communications Technology Pathway B - 1.5 yearsCURRENT
A3042.1Master of Information and Communications Technology Pathway C - 1.5 yearsCURRENT
A3046.1Master of Communications Technology/Master of Data Science - Pathway A - 3 year programCURRENT
A3047.1Master of Info and Com Technology/Master of Data Sci - Pathway B - 2.5 Year programCURRENT
A3048.1Master of Communications Technology/Master of Data Science - Pathway C -2.5 yr programCURRENT
ST3034.1ManagementCURRENT




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