The department primarily aims at analysing financial and economic issues at global level through related scientific methods. To achieve this aim, students are trained to follow the recent developments in the field and conduct research that can respond to the needs of the country and the region. In this regard, the department’s curriculum is developed through an interdisciplinary approach and includes courses on both theory and practice. Some of the compulsory modules are public finance theory with public economics, tax theory and government budget, introduction to law, and numerical and statistical methods. 

The department has four sections:

1. Public finance theory

2. Fiscal economics

3. Fiscal law

4. Budget and fiscal planning.