In 2022 Modern Money Lab and Torrens University will launch a world first suite of Graduate programs in Modern Monetary Theory and Ecological Economics.
Graduate Studies in the Economics of Sustainability
In September 2022, Modern Money Lab and Torrens University will collaborate to launch a unique contribution to global economics education.
The University will offer a suite of on-line postgraduate courses in economics and sustainability, based on Modern Monetary Theory and ecological economics, designed by Modern Money Lab.
These courses, which will range from Graduate Certificate to Doctoral level, will be a unique contribution to global economics education. No such programme currently exists to the best of our knowledge anywhere in the world.
Download our Course Information Brochure to find out more about the subjects we will be offering.
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As Australia’s fastest growing university, Torrens University Australia brings a careers-focused and global perspective to Australian higher education. With over 20,000 students from 118+ countries, Torrens University boasts a credible industry-immersive difference for its students and strong research output. Offering high-quality, undergraduate, graduate and specialised degree programs in a wide range of academic disciplines, Torrens University proudly delivers programs at campuses in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland, China and online.
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PROPOSED SUBJECT LIST
- Foundations of Real-World Economics
- Foundations of Modern Money, Institutions and Markets
- Data Analysis for Economic and Ecological Issues
- Contending Perspectives in Economic Analysis
- Real-World Microeconomics
- Macroeconomics of the Real World
- Ecological Economics
- Inequality, Equity and Employment
- Sustainable Development Indicators
- International Finance and Modern Monetary Theory
- Methods of Empirical Investigation
- Professional Economic Writing