Master of Economics and Regional Development

Course Description

This course combines economic analysis with studies in specific community/regional development and will prepare you to work in the wider Asian region in either urban or rural contexts.

Who is it for?

This course caters for domestic and international students who are either already employed in community and regional development or wishing to seek a career in this field.

Why study with us?

Better earning power, better career prospects

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Develop valuable skills for immediate real-world application

  • Apply what you learned last night at work today!

High quality online learning tools and resources

  • Be connected anytime, anywhere.

Benefit from UNE's 50 years of excellence in distance education

  • With personal assistance from unit coordinators and the administrative staff, you will always feel supported.

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When can I start?

We offer a Trimester year with intakes in each Trimester for this course.

How our teaching works

With more than 12,500 of its 17,000 students studying via the Internet, UNE is at the forefront of online learning. Our students access their materials via our Student Portal myUNE. Teaching material including topic notes, readings, podcasts, discussion spaces and links to online resources are located on our Learning Management System, Moodle. Your lecturer will interact with you via Moodle and is also available by email or phone. Textbooks are supplied through our bookshop.

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Fees

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How do I apply?

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Full description of course rules

Degree rules

Note: Degree rules for yearly entry points can be found by going to the Courses and Units Catalogue and selecting the appropriate year (top right of screen). Course details for next year may not be fully available until October of this year.