Studies in Financial Law include both tax law and financial administrative law. Tax law concerns questions relating to the sources of public funds, whereas financial administrative law is concerned with the diversion of public funds. The financial law statutes are related to collecting public funds to the government (tax law) and planning, decision-making, use and constraint of these funds (financial law). Financial law is traditionally placed under public law, but connections to the private sector are also examined.
Students can choose to study financial law as a minor or as a major subject. It is recommended that students who choose to go into financial law also familiarize themselves with other fields of law and accounting.