The office of the public prosecutor said in a statement seen by APA on Friday that the charges against Bashir are in relation to allegedly amassing illicit wealth.
Some of the charges also cover orders issued to conduct a violent crackdown on demonstrators since December.
The public prosecutor did not reveal the exact date for Bashir's court hearing.
The 75-year old veteran leader was overthrown by the Sudanese military last April following months of protests sparked by a disenchantment over the price of basic commodities such as bread.
Bashir who had ruled Sudan since a coup in 1989, has since been put under house arrest but it is not known where he is being detained.