The Program requires 120 ETS credits:
- 66 ETS – mandatory core courses;
- 36 ETS – electives
- 18 ETS – Master thesis
The program consists of four semesters. The first year courses cover the core of mainstream economics (Mathematics, Statistics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics) and Development Economics. The second year offers more advanced and specialized field courses in various topics, after which students write and defend their Master’s thesis.