Study Econometrics at UNE
Econometrics provides a set of analytical tools that are useful to business and commerce students as well as economics students. Econometrics is an important area of study because it strives to test economic theory by examining empirical evidence. Also, econometric methods are used to analyse practical business and planning problems, ranging from federal government taxation plans to small business sales campaigns. Studying econometrics fills a gap between being "a student" and being "a practitioner". Because quantitative analytical skills are highly valued in the workplace, inclusion of units in econometric or quantitative methods in a business, commerce or economics degree will improve a student's job prospects.
Units of study in econometrics and quantitative methods provide the necessary base for such quantitative work.First year units are business statistics units designed to provide a basic grounding in statistical inference, in the context of economic and business applications. Note: QM (Quantative Methods) units are offered by the Discipline of Econometrics.
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Many graduates find careers in the:
- Private sector
- Non-government organisations
- Research organisations
Career Opportunities in the Private Sector:
- Banks and financial institutions/insurance companies
- Manufacturing and Infrastructure
- Information technology
Career Opportunities in the Government Sector
- Policy-making roles involving analysis and implementation of economic policy issues, such as Treasury, Planning Departments
- Research and development in government bodies such as CSIRO, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics
- Teaching: Secondary; University
- International agency work, such as International Monetary Fund, World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, Asian Development Bank
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