CGS Track Economics
The track in Economics offers an internationally competitive PhD program in Economics. Compulsory and comprehensive courses in advanced microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, and mathematics provide students with a rigorous methodological foundation and a broad training to pursue research in any area of economics. Field specializations subsequently allow students to focus their research interests annd benefit from the Faculty's particular areas of expertise.
Note: Please note that the course program below is still subject to final approval by the respective boards of both the WiSo-Faculty and the University.
Phase I: Courses
PhD-level core courses
Completion of Master’s thesis and courses in at least one and up to two of the following fields
Note: In addition, students can chose from a wide range of courses offered in specialized areas of Economics and Econometrics, Business Administration, Sociology and Political Science according to their research interest.
Phase II: Dissertation
Further details for the application process are found here.