Master of Taxation and Fiscal Policy

Curriculum

Studies are completed in 20 months.

Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 18:30 h to 22:10 h., and Saturdays, from 9:00 h to 12:40 h. Makeup lessons may be exceptionally scheduled in the other days.

First Level

  • Economic Analysis of Taxes
  • Constitutional and General Principles of Taxation
  • Income Tax I – Individuals
  • Impact of International Financial Reporting Standards on Taxation I
  • Impact of International Financial Reporting Standards on Taxation II
  • Excise Taxes

Second Level

  • Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomics I
  • Tax Procedures
  • Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomics II
  • Income Tax II – Third Bracket Income Tax
  • Foreign Trade and Customs Tax
  • Income Tax III – Income Tax of Non-Domiciled and Special Systems

Third Level

  • International Taxation I – Transfer Pricing
  • Municipal and Regional Taxation
  • International Taxation II – Transfer Pricing
  • International Taxation III – Treaties
  • Sectoral Taxation and Investment Promotion
  • Seminar on Master’s Final Project I
  • Tax Infringements, Fines and Offenses

Fourth Level

  • Financial Taxation
  • Public Administration for Fiscal Policy
  • Strategic Tax Planning
  • Leadership and Teamwork
  • Seminar on Master’s Final Project II
  • International Taxation IV – Treaties

Total mandatory credits: 48