Bachelor of Economics

How do we use resources most efficiently? How do airlines set the price of a plane ticket? And what’s the best way to measure sustainable business practices?

Economics is the science of decision-making. You’ll explore the principles our economy is built on, and learn how they impact the way we spend, save, work and live as part of society.

What you'll learn

How to think analytically, solve problems logically, and make informed decisions in a commercial context. You’ll use data to make better decisions, study the impact of individual economic choices, and explore the way local, national and global economies function.

This degree could be for you if...

You’re a logical thinker who likes putting academic theory into action. You’ll study a broad range of areas – including people, behaviour, development, politics and business and how decisions and policies affect individuals, organisations and governments.

Beyond the classroom

Where can I study my course?

How will I study my course?

  • 3 years (full-time)
  • 6 years (part-time)

Start date

  • First Semester (February)
  • Second Semester (July)

Entry requirements

View the entry requirements for this course.

Fees

Fees are subject to change annually. View course fees information.

Loans and assistance

View loans and other assistance available to Monash students.

Scholarships and grants

Find out how you can achieve your full potential and make your mark on the world. Start with a scholarship or grant.

Degree award

Bachelor of Economics

Where it could lead

A range of different directions – from sustainability and health, to transport, aviation and finance. Many graduates also find work in government departments, like the Reserve Bank of Australia, the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Australian Treasury.

Application deadlines

  • Semester one (February 2019) intake and all international candidate applications
    Apply direct to Monash.

Apply Now

No content

What our students say

Bachelor of Commerce / Economics

Mangala Prasetia shares the benefits of studying with Monash Business School and tips on how to get the most out of your degree.