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Ph.D.

 

Ph.D. Program

  • The duration of the Ph.D. program is from 2 to 7 years, not including the reservation of the entrance qualification and any temporary leave.
  • 30 course credits are needed to complete the program.

 

1. Required courses include 12 credits for the selected area of concentration: Politics, Economics, and Law.

 


Politics Group

Credit

School Semester

Remark

POLITICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH METHODS 

3 credits

1st semester

 

AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 

3 credits

1st semester

 

THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

3 credits

2nd semester

 

THEORIES IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS

3 credits

2nd semester

 

 
 
 

Econimics Group

Credit

School Semester

Remark

ECONOMETRICS

3 credits

1st semester

 

STUDIES IN CHINESE ECONOMIC & TRADE SYSTEM 

3 credits

1st semester

 

HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHTS 

3 credits

2nd semester

 

THE THEORIES OF POLITICAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA-PACIFIC 

3 credits

2nd semester

 

 
 
 

Law Group

Credit

School Semester

Remark

COMPARATIVE LEGAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 

3 credits

1st semester

 

RESEARCH IN THE COMPARATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW CROSS STRAIT 

3 credits

1st semester

 

SOCIAL WELFARE ACTS 

3 credits

1nd semester

 

COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONS 

3 credits

2nd semeste

 

PRICIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND DOMESTIC PRACTICES 

3 credits

2nd semester

 

 

2. Elective courses

Course

Credit

School Semester

STUDIES IN THE INTERPRETATION OF JUSTICE

 

3 credits

1st semester

STUDIES IN THE PRC'S NATIONAL SECURITY

3 credits

1st semester

STUDIES IN THE MACRO-ADMINISTRATIVE MECHANISM OF CHINA'S REFORM

3 credits

1st semester

A Comparative Study of Civil Society in the Asia-Pacific Region

3 credits

1st semester

REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE ASIA-PACIFIC

3 credits

1st semester

LEGAL STUDIES IN CROSS-STRAIT EXCHANGES

3 credits

1st semester

STUDIES IN CROSS-STRAIT ECONOMIC AND TRADE RELATIONS

3 credits

1st semester

STUDIES IN CROSS-STRAIT CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

3 credits

1st semester

THE CONSTITUTION OF THE FRENCH FIFTH REPUBLIC

3 credits

1st semester

SOCIAL WELFARE NORMS

3 credits

1st semester

HUMAN RIGHTS THEORY

3 credits

1st semester

A STUDY OF THE PEOPLE'S LIBERATION ARMY

 

3 credits

2nd semester

STATE-SOCIETY RELATIONS IN CHINA

3 credits

2nd semester

RESEARCH IN CHINAS GOVERNMENTS AND MARKETS

3 credits

2nd semester

THE HISTORY OF TAIWAN’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

3 credits

2nd semester

SEMINAR IN THE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE INSTITUTION

3 credits

2nd semester

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACROSS THE TAIWAN STRAIT

3 credits

2nd semester

STUDIES IN THE LEGAL SYSTEMS OF HONG KONG AND MACAO

3 credits

2nd semester

 

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