The academic track of the Bachelor of Economics (BEC) program is made of a blend of core courses, electives, industry projects, internships and certificate programs intended to enhance students’ foundation of economics, offer specialised learning to suit career ambitions and gain practical insights.
Year 1: Mumbai
The first year of the course builds a strong foundation in business and economics, and provides a broad perspective of the environment in which business is conducted.
Years 2 & 3: Sydney
As students progress within the program, the focus shifts to specialist topics like financial accounting, microeconomics, behavioural finance, financial management and econometrics. An intensive capstone project culminates academic learning in the final year.
In the final year of the degree (Semesters 5 and 6), students select six elective classes. Offerings include:
To fulfil the requirements of the BEC degree, students must complete a total of 84 credits.