It is essential to plan your program of study so that pre-requisite courses are completed prior to enrolment in advanced courses.

The following program plans will assist you to see in which year and semester of your program you should enrol in particular courses. There are program plans for single degrees and dual degrees, and both semester one and semester two commencements.

We strongly recommend you follow your program’s plan to ensure you have the best chance of completing your degree with minimal complications.

If you're thinking of upgrading to another program through your current enrolment, contact us for advice on your course selection.

When accessing program course links (or elective course links), make sure you're viewing the year you commenced your program.

Program plans – students commencing 2023

Master of Applied Econometrics 


Master of Economics


Master of Economics and Public Policy


Master of Health Economics


Master of International Economics and Finance


Graduate Certificate in Economics


Graduate Certificate in Economic Studies


Graduate Diploma in Economics

Program plans – students commencing 2021–2022

Master of Applied Econometrics (24 units) 


Master of Applied Econometrics (32 units) 


Master of Development Economics (24 units)


Master of Development Economics (32 units)


Master of Development Economics/Master of Economics and Public Policy (32 units)


Master of Economics (24 units)


Master of Economics (32 units)


Master of Economics and Public Policy (24 units) 


 Master of Economics and Public Policy (32 units)


Master of Health Economics (24 units)


Master of Health Economics (32 units)


Master of International Economics and Finance (24 units)


Master of International Economics and Finance (32 units)


Master of International Economics and Finance/Master of Commerce (32 units)


Graduate Certificate in Economics


Graduate Certificate in Economic Studies


Graduate Diploma in Economics

Program plans – students commencing 2015–2020

View program plans from 2015–2020 


Program plans – students commencing prior to 2015

View program plans prior to 2015

Contact 

Email econ.pgrad@uq.edu.au with enquiries about postgraduate economics. 

Non-scheduled elective application

Download the Application form for a Non-scheduled elective for credit to a postgraduate coursework program (PDF, 118 KB).

Related links

Program plans for bachelor's degree programs are in the the BEL Faculty website.  Please contact the BEL Student Centre with any queries about your undergraduate program.