Doctoral

The Graduate Program in Economics offers up to five doctoral positions each year for regular students, destined to holders of master’s degrees, with a course held in an institution recognized by CAPES or with a recognized / revalidated diploma (valid for the entire National Territory ).

PhD students must take 50 credits in compulsory and elective courses. A maximum of 24 credits in the master’s degree can be validated for the doctorate. The subjects offered in the program are four credits, with the exception of Thesis Seminar, which is two credits. The curricular structure as follows:

 

 

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 2

SEMESTER 3

SEMESTER 4

Macro Theory 1

Micro Theory 1

Methods Quant.

Econometrics I

Macro Theory 2 or Macro Theory 3

Micro Theory 2 or Micro Theory 3

Elective 1

Des. Econ

Elective 2

Elective 3

Thesis Seminar

Elective 4

Elective 5

The maximum period of completion of the course is 48 months.