Master’s degree in Economics and Finance
The School of Economics and Finance offers a range of Master’s programmes. Students can complete a Master’s qualification either by course work or a research thesis.
The qualifications aim to deepen knowledge and understanding in a specialised area of Economics and Finance, provide students with excellent research training, or provide professional training in the Economics and Finance.
The research Master’s qualification provides a pathway to PhD level study in New Zealand or overseas.
The professional Master’s will give graduates a broader range of practical capabilities and tools with a view towards developing a career with economics or finance in business or public policy.
- Master of Commerce in Economics or Finance
- Master of Arts in Economics
- Master of Applied Finance
- Master of Professional Economics
For more information on Master of Commerce in Economics or Finance, please contact the Postgraduate Programme Director, Associate Professor Hai Lin.
For more information on Master of Applied Finance, please contact the VIAF Programme Director Dawn Lorimer.
For more information on Master of Professional Economics, please contact the ProEcon Programme Director Dr Adrian Slack