A: Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor's degree students must complete at least 132 credits to graduate. This includes the general education courses, physical education, public finance required courses and specialized division courses.
Public finance required courses (59 credits): Principles of Accounting (1 & 2), Economics, Calculus, Civil Law, Statistics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Public Finance, Theory and Practice of Property Taxation, Theory and Practice of Consumption Taxation, Theory and Practice of Income Taxation.
Public finance specialized division required courses (6 hours): Taxation Division - Intermediate Accounting (1 & 2); Public Financial Management Division – Financial Administration & Money and Banking; Public Economics Division – Mathematical Economics (1) & Modern Public Finance Theory.
Public Finance Elective Courses: Tax Law, Tax Accounting, Issues in Income Tax, Issues in International Taxation, Managerial Economics, Money and Banking, Auditing (1&2), Administration Law, Securities Administration, Economic Issues of the Indigenous People, Mathematical Economics (2), Econometrics, Tax Planning (1), Government Accounting, Cost Benefit Analysis, and so on.
B. Master of Arts
Master's degree students must complete at least 32 credits to graduate. They also need to submit a thesis and pass an oral examination on that thesis.
Required courses: Microeconomic Theory or Microeconomic Analysis (select one), Macroeconomic Theory or Macroeconomic Analysis (select one), Econometrics (1), Economics of Taxation (1), Theory of Public Expenditure (1), Welfare Economics, Thesis Writing (1 & 2), Fiscal Policy.
Elective courses: Tax Planning (1&2), Regional Economics, Industrial Organization, Game Theory, Institutional Economics, Ecological Economics, Health Economics, Public Choice, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Economic Issues of the Indigenous People, Seminar in International Taxation, Current Topics in Public Policy and Public Finance, Seminar in Financial Administration, and so on.
The doctoral program requires its students to complete at least 42 credits; among them are the required courses (21 credits) and one field courses.
Required courses: Advanced Microeconomics (1 & 2), Advanced Macroeconomics (1 & 2), Econometrics (2), Economics of Taxation (2), Theory of Public Expenditure (2), Topical Seminar.
Specialized fields: History of Public Finance, Regional Finance, Social Welfare and Public Finance, Environmental Protection, Political Economy. (At least two courses on the chosen field must be completed to be accepted.)