The Economics Doctoral Program is designed for students who want to specialize in traditional economic analysis, such as international economics, public finance, monetary economics, financial economics. The aim of the program is to provide students with analytical and technical skills to ensure that students who are thinking to work in the public or private sector can make the right decisions when they come to decision-making positions. The students who will participate in the program may have received their undergraduate and / or graduate degrees in economics, or they may have obtained undergraduate and / or postgraduate degrees in a non-economic field, provided that they prepare themselves for a doctorate program by taking some additional courses. After the students take the first and second parts of the Advanced Microeconomic, Macroeconomic and Econometric Analysis courses in the first year; In the third semester, they complete three additional elective courses in the fields they are interested in or want to specialize in. After completing the courses, students successfully complete the written and oral proficiency exams and proceed to the thesis writing phase. The aim of the thesis is to create an original work that has the potential to contribute to the science of economics and / or to the solution of economic problems. Students who successfully complete and defend their dissertation graduate by having the title of 'phd in economics'.