Introduction

General Objectives

This program equips the students with theoretical and specialized knowledge in the field of macroeconomics, as well as behavior analysis methods of consumers, enterprises and public organizations.

The program provides the enterprises, financial organizations, public groups and research agencies with economic database analysis foundations. Overall, anyone who is seeking to understand data and event analysis methods to answer practical questions realizes that economics is a fascinating subject.

Students are trained with analytical skills to apply theoretical knowledge in practical situations. Applied economics helps students to have more interesting career opportunities after graduating as well as to develop their potential.

After graduating, students can work in the fields of business, finance, banking, governmental management, teaching, and other fields. Students can continue to study domestic or international postgraduate programs.

Detail Objectives

  • PO1: Having basic knowledge of law and national politics as well as recent socioeconomic issues
  • PO2: Gaining analytical skills; research and self-determination skills in economic discipline
  • PO3: Being able to analyze socioeconomic policies; markets; strategies; financial indicators; investment and projects
  • PO4: Being competent at information technology and data science to collect, and work with relevant data
  • PO5: Keeping up with working independently as well as teamwork; having critical thinking; communication skills; presentation and problem-solving skills

Program Learning Outcomes

Knowledge

  • Being able to apply knowledge of economics and other related disciplines such as financial accounting, business management and law in business and economics
  • Knowing deeply about microeconomics, macroeconomics as well as various economic brands
  • Understanding political and social reasoning
  • Applying knowledge of information technology, statistics; mathematics for economics
  • Data analyst and research methodology in business and economics
  • Applying knowledge of making and managing projects; strategies; plans to complete tasks in public and private sectors

Skills

  • Being able to recognize and solve issues; to analyze markets and policies
  • Having ability to start up, lead a team and manage personal time
  • Obtaining critical thinking; logic and creative mind
  • Being aware of working independently and work with a team
  • Knowing how to present and explain a specific idea; how to convince and make reports
  • Being competent at reading and writing academic materials in both Vietnamese and English version

Autonomy and Responsibility

  • Have a sense of responsibility and cooperating in team work
  • Being flexible in work
  • Being ready to share personal knowledge and experiences with others
  • Being active and dynamic in work
  • Being open-minded person to learn from experiences and to promote in career
  • Being sociable and calm to work well

Other requirements

  • TOEIC 500
  • Internet and Computing Core Certification
  • Passing Physical Education and national defense education

Lifelong learning competence

After completing academic program, graduates are able to continue lifelong learning:

  • Self-study, self-research to enhance knowledge of various disciplines: economics; business, macroeconomic policy; data analyst
  • Having ability to pursue higher education about economics and other related areas.

Career Opportunities

Graduates are expected to be able to analyze policies and markets to work in firms, research institution, non-government organization. Employment exits in the following:

  • Financial consultant
  • Insurance broker/ Insurance adjuster
  • Investors
  • Market research analyst
  • Data analyst
  • Salesman
  • Economic researchers
  • Working in public institution or international organizations

Program Detail

Courses

No

UEH subjects

UEH Credicts

Tasmania subjects

I

General Education

50

 

1

Marxist-Leninist Philosophy

3

 

2

Marxist-Leninist Political Economics

2

 

3

Ho Chi Minh’s Ideology

2

 

4

Scientific Socialism

2

 

5

History of Vietnamese Communist Party

2

 

6

English for Business Communication 1

4

 

7

English for Business Communication 2

4

 

8

English for Business Communication 3

4

 

9

English for Business Communication 4

4

 

10

Microeconomics

3

BEA111

Introduction to Markets and the Economy ( in core units)

 

11

Macroeconomics

3

12

Mathematics for Business and Economics

3

BEA140
Data Analysis for Business (in core units)

13

Applied Statistics for Business and Economics

3

14

Data Science

2

 

15

The Legal Environment of Business

3

 

16

Principles of Accounting

3

 

17

Entrepreneurship

1

 

18

Soft Skills

2

 

II

Knowledge of economic major

39

 

 

Supplemental Knowledge

 

 

19

Corporate Finance

3

 

20

Financial markets

3

 

21

Breadth 1

3

 

22

Breadth 2

3

 

23

Breadth 3

3

 

 

Analytical tools

 

 

24

Optimization (Linear programming)

3

 

25

Research Methodology

3

 

26

Econometrics

3

 

27

Applied Econometrics

3

BEA242

Introduction to Econometrics

(in core units)

28

Time Series Econometrics

3

BEA342 Forecasting for Economic Decision-Making(major in Industry, Policy and Business Strategy)

 

29

Methods of Data Collection and Management

3

 

30

International Economics

3

BEA105 International economics (major in Industry, Policy and Business Strategy)

 

31

Development Economics

3

Regional Development in a Global Context (in society and environment major)

32

Agricultural Economics

3

BEA310 Agriculture and Food Economics

(major in Industry, Policy and Business Strategy)

33

Public Economics

3

BEA200

Public Policy and Welfare

 

34

Environmental Economics

3

BEA103

Ecosystem Services

(in Society and Environment major)

35

History of economic thoughts

3

 

III

Knowledge of applied economics minor

21

 

 

Knowledge of applied economics

 

 

36

Applied Microeconomics

3

 

37

Cost Benefit Analysis

3

BEA206

Evaluating Alternatives (in core units)

 

38

Applied Macroeconomics

3

BEA220

Growth and Development (in core units)

39

Personnel Economics

3

 

Choose 1 in 2 specialization groups

 

 

Specialization 1: MicroEconomics

 

 

40a

Industrial Organization

3

BEA205 Economics of Business Strategy (major in Industry, Policy and Business Strategy)

 

41a

Trade and Industrial Policy

3

 

42a

Applied Demand Analysis

3

 

 

Specialization 2: MacroEconomics

 

 

40b

International Macroeconomics

3

 

41b

Macroeconomic policy

3

BEA121

Economic Policy in Action (in core unit)

BEA320

Monetary and Fiscal Policy (major in Industry, Policy and Business Strategy)

 

42b

Financial Markets and Institutions

3

 

IV

Internship and Thesis

10

 

 

Total

120

 

Bachelor of Economics, University of Tasmania

https://www.utas.edu.au/courses/bus/courses/b3b-bachelor-of-economics

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