Master's Course

Achieve a Master of Economics degree, developing fundamental research capability and practical ability in economics and business.

In this course, HUE aims to foster fundamental economics and business research capabilities, and practical ability adaptable for positions that require a high degree of expertise. In order to earn a Master’s degree, students must attend lectures and tutorials for at least 2 years, undergo the requisite research guidance, submit a thesis, pass a screening of the thesis, and pass the final examination. A fast-track Master's degree may be offered to those who, having attended lectures for at least a year, have shown excellent research performance.

At the end of the 2-year Master’s Program, students may obtain a specialized certificate for teaching at high school (geography, history, civics). In order to further enhance the teaching qualifications achieved as undergraduates, programs are also offered for students who plan to obtain other effective practical qualifications such as certified tax accountants.

Master Program Courses
Introduction to Data Analysis
Studies in Foreign Languages (English)
Studies in Foreign Languages (German)
Studies in Foreign Languages (French)
Economic Theory Ⅰ Ⅱ
Research Guidance AⅠ・Ⅱ
Research Guidance B
EconometricsⅠ Ⅱ
Mathematical Economics
International Economics
History of Economic ThoughtⅠ Ⅱ
Economic History of China Ⅰ Ⅱ
Economic History of Japan Ⅰ Ⅱ
Economic Policy
Economic Systems
Commercial Economics and Marketing Sciences
International Trade
Labor Economics
Public Finance
Financial Economics and Banking
International Finance
Tax System
Economic LawⅠ Ⅱ
Economic Statistics
Statistics Information
Business Management
Human Resource Management
Business History
Advanced Studies on Management Information
Management Accounting
Financial Accounting
Development Economic TheoryⅠ Ⅱ
Area Studies Ⅰ Ⅱ
International Economic Exchange Ⅰ Ⅱ
Economic Geography Ⅰ Ⅱ
Advanced Studies on Environment and Resource Informatics Ⅰ Ⅱ
Special Lectures on Economics
Income Tax Law
Corporation Tax Law 
Consumption Tax Law
Auditing Theory
Social Studies Education A B
Sociology and Regional Socioeconomics