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* Undergraduate and Extension Education programs *
 
 
[ Required credits:83 (including 24 credits in required common subjects); credits required for graduation: 133(the extended education section: 130)]
 
Required courses:
Principles of Economics, Calculus, Accounting(Practice of Accounting),  Programming for Data Science I, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Public Economics, International Economics, Money and Banking, History of Economic Thoughts, Business Law, Field of the Chinese Language, Field of Foreign Languages, and General Knowledge Courses.
 
Optional courses:
they are divided into the following fields:
* Finance, Money and Economic Gorwth
  Financial Market I、II, Financial Practice I、II, Financial Economics, Financial Management, The Economics of Economic Integration, Economic Development, Demographic Change and Economics Growth and Development,  Economic Growth, Investments, Theory of Insurance, Theory of International Finance, Monetary Theory and Policy, and The Theory and Practice of Futures Markets.
   
* Industrial and Public Economics
  Business Management, Cooperation Economics, Public Utility Economics, Economic Analysis of Law, Taxation: Parts, High-Tech Industrial Analysis, Industrial Economics, Economics of Innovation, Managerial Economics, The Application of Economics in Internet, Health Economics, Antitrust Economics, Topics on Antitrust Economics, Study on Small and Medium Enterprises, Study on Public Enterprises, Economics of Multinational Corporations, Economics of Telecommunication and Broadcasting, Competition Policy Analysis, Industrial Organization and Policies, International Trade Theory and Policy, International Trade Practice, Welfare Economics, and Regulation Economics.
   
* Human Capital ,Environmental, and Resource Economics
  Land Economic Analysis, Urban Economics, Labor Economics, Resource Economics, Environmental Economics, Demographic Economics, The Economics Organization of the Household, and Sport Economics.
   
* Economic Theories and Methods
  Linear Algebra, Behavioral Game Theory, Operation Research, Advanced Statistics, Advanced Calculus,  Mathematics for Economics, Game Theory I、II, General Equilibrium: Theory and Application, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Behavioral Economics, Economics of Information, Experimental Economics, Topics in Experiment Economics, Empirical Macroeconomics,Field Experiments in Economics, Advanced Microeconomics, Methods of Dynamic Economics,Mathematical Economics, and Advanced Macroeconomics.
   
* Data Science
  Python on Data Analysis, Regression Analysis, Economic Data Visualization, Programming for Data Science I, Econometrics, Computer Application in Economics,  Applied Quantitative Method, Multimedia Publication of Economic Issues, Machine Learning, Data Process and Application in Economics
   
* Finance, Money and Economic Gorwth, Industrial and Public Economics, Human Capital ,Environmental, and Resource Economics, Economic Theories and Methods
  Industry Development and Career Planning, Business Intership, Economic Forum I、II, Multimedia Publication of Economic Issues, Economic Issues and Policies I、II, and Economic Reading.
   
* Others
  Sociology, Political Science, Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Intermediate Accounting(Practice of Intermediate Accounting) , Introduction to the Study of Civil Law, Commercial English, Programming Design I、II, Data Process, and Cost Accounting.


* Master Programs *
 
 
[ Required credits: 22; credits required for graduation: 34 ]
 
Required courses:
MicroeconomicsⅠ, MacroeconomicsⅠ, Quantitative MethodsⅠ, and Thesis Writing.
 
Optional courses:
they are divided into the following five fields:
* Finance, Money and Economic Gorwth
  Special Topics in Financial Institution Research, Financial Economics, Topics on Financial Economics, International Finance, Topics on International Finance, Topics on Monetary Theory, Monetary Theory and PolicyⅠ、Ⅱ, Futures and Options, Economic Growth, Topics on Economic Growth, History of Economic Thought, Economic Development, and Topics on Economic Development.
   
* Industrial and Public Economics
  Antitrust Economics, Topics on Antitrust Economics, The Economic Theory of Multinational Corporation, Law and Economics, Political Economy, Public Financial Theory and Policy, Topics on Public Financial Theory, Theory of International Trade, Topics on International Trade, Industrial EconomicsⅠ、Ⅱ, Topics on Industrial Economics, Input-Output Analysis, Topics on Input-Output Analysis, Economics of Innovation, Welfare Economics, Topics on Welfare Economics, Health EconomicsⅠ、Ⅱ, Topics on Health Economics, and Competition Policy Analysis.
   
* Human Capital ,Environmental, and Resource Economics
  Topics on Human Capital Resource, Theory and Empirical Analysis on the Family Economics, Urban Economics, Regional Economics, The Economics of Education, Labor Economics Ⅰ、Ⅱ, Topics on Labor Economics, Empirical Analysis of Labor Economics, Resource Economics, and Environmental Economics.
   
* Economic Theories and Methods
  The Application of General Equilibrium Model, Topics on General Equilibrium Model, Time Series Analysis Ⅰ、Ⅱ, Topics on Time Series Analysis, Economic Forecast, Economic MathematicsⅠ、Ⅱ, Field Experiments in Economics, Economics of Information, Topics in Information Economics, Experimental Economics, Topics in Experimental Economics, Empirical Macroeconomics, Mathematical Economics, Topics on Mathematical Economics, Economic Applications of Mathematical Softwares, Quantitative Method Ⅲ, Topics on Applied Econometrics, Applied Quantitative MethodsⅠ、Ⅱ, Applied Microeconomics, Applied Macroeconomics, Topics on Macroeconomics Theory, Game Theory Ⅰ、Ⅱ, and Topics in Applied Game Theory.
   
* Finance, Money and Economic Gorwth, Industrial and Public Economics, Human Capital ,Environmental, and Resource Economics, Economic Theories and Methods
  Economic Forum I、II.
   
* Others
  Seminar, Fiscal Policy Forum, Seminar: Fair Trade LawⅠ、Ⅱ, Seminar: Comparative Economic LawⅠ、Ⅱ, Seminar: Economic Analysis of Law, Seminar: Insurance Law, Seminar: Trade Negotiation and Dispute Settlement Ⅰ、Ⅱ, Seminar: Banking Law and Financial Holding Company Act, and Seminar: Securities Regulation.


* Doctoral Program *
 
 
[ Required credits: 18; credits required for graduation: 39]
 
Required courses:
Microeconomics Ⅱ, Microeconomics Ⅲ, Macroeconomics Ⅱ, Macroeconomics Ⅲ, Quantitative Methods Ⅱ, and Economic Development.
 
Optional courses : same as the Master Programs
At least two special fields offered by the department should be selected by all doctor's program students. At least two courses in each field must be studied.

 
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