MJRP-ENRGE v.1 Energy Economics Major (MSc MinEnEcon)
This major/stream is part of a larger course. Information is specific to the major/stream, please refer to the course for more information.
This major undertaken within the Master of Science (Mineral Economics), Master of Business Administration will provide students with a thorough foundation in contemporary business theories and mining disciplines. Emphasis is also placed on the creation and critical evaluation of innovative ideas and strategies within ambiguous and uncertain environments relevant to energy economics. The curriculum has a highly applied practical focus and is delivered by leading academics and business practitioners.
Major/Stream Entry and Completion Details
Students with a technical-based first degree will be offered to enrol into the technical background stream. Students with a non-technical/commerce first degree will be offered to enrol into the non-technical background stream, such as those with commerce, economics and law degrees.
|Year 1 Trimester 1|
|STRP-TBEES||v.1||Technical Background Stream for Energy Economics Major (MSc MinEnEcon)||300.0|
|STRP-NTEES||v.1||Non-Technical Background for Energy Economics Major (MSc MinEnEcon)||300.0|
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