Bachelor of Economics

University of Sydney

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 01019C

You’ll learn the fundamental principles of economics and how to critique them. The level of analytical thinking encouraged in the degree will help you interpret the world on a deeper level as you study the behaviour of businesses and industries, governments and countries, and the globe as a whole.Problem solvers keen to understand how economics is crucial to creating unique solutions to the major problems and challenges the world faces today, such as global warming, poverty, development, and recession.Course structure WATCH: Economics at Sydney


Credit points required: 144


  • Speech pathology
  • Anatomy
  • Audiology
  • Linguistics and language development
  • Neurobiology
  • Phonetics
  • Psychology
  • Research methods
  • Speech pathology specialist areas

Standard entry requirements

1 Qualifications Mandatory for course entry Secondary or tertiary qualificationA secondary education qualification such as the NSW Higher School Certificate (including national and international equivalents), OR approved higher education study, including approved preparation courses.See recognised qualifications


Accredited by Speech Pathology Australia.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Camperdown/Darlington International: $148,500 No
  • Full-time : 3 years

Further information

Practical experience: Observation commences in the first year and clinical practice starts in second year. Clinical education occurs in the on-campus clinic, hospitals, community health centres, developmental disability services, schools and specialist clinics. Clinical placements will be arranged and are likely to occur in holiday periods. At least one placement will take place outside of Sydney. Students are responsible for additional costs, including accommodation and travel. Career opportunities: Examples include speech pathologist working in health and community settings, including community health centres, disability services, hospitals, mental health services, private practice, public health, rehabilitation centres.

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