UQ's School of Economics works with schools across the university to provide an interdisciplinary learning experience for the Master of Development Economics, with teaching provided by a host of experts in the field.
During your studies you'll learn how to address one of the most critical problems facing humanity: how to create thriving and sustainable economies to overcome poverty and inequality. You'll also look at the other important issues facing the developing world, from population to health and environment.
Study our 1.5 year 24 unit program, designed for applicants with an economics, business or commerce background, and you'll gain specialist skills in economic modelling and statistical techniques, as well as advanced knowledge of the forces that affect developing economies.
Both master's will provide a qualification that's in demand for roles domestically and internationally in both the private and public sectors.
Postgraduate study can take you anywhere. Here are some of the careers you could be on your way to: