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In-Service Master Program

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In-Service Master-Admissions Information

Master degree professional program designed for the working professionals

 

     Students in this program are required to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours (10 credit hours of general core course and 20 credit hours of elective course) before submitting research proposal and master thesis.

 

Courses Introduction

 

1. General Core Course: 10 credit hours

     Seminar on national development (2), social science methodology (2), research method in the social sciences (2) seminar on Taiwan’s economic development (2) and seminar on master thesis (2).

 

2. Elective Course: 20 credit hours

     Student can select 20 credit hours (10 courses) from any of the following fields.

A.       Constitution and Political Development: seminar on constitution and political development (2), seminar on ideology and political thought (2), seminar on comparative government and politics (2) and public policy and space analysis (2).

B.       Law and Social Transition: seminar on legal elaboration (2), seminar on sociology of law (2), seminar on public law (2) and political analysis of law (2).

C.      Economic Development and Policy: seminar on government and business enterprise (2) economic analysis of law (2) financial policy and asset management (2) and human resource and economic development (2).

D.       Social Development and Policy: seminar on globalization (2), cultural theory and cultural policy (2), human resource and economic development??? (2) and seminar on sociology of law (2).

E.       Mainland China study and Cross-Strait Relation: seminar on China’s contemporary political-economy development (2), seminar on present stage China’s policy (2), seminar on cross-strait relation (2), China’s economic development and reform (2) and seminar on World Trade Organization impact on cross-strait’s trade and investment (2).


NTU Graduate Institute of National Development Executive Master's Program
2010-2011 Academic Year Semester 1 Academic Calendar
 
Month
Day
Day of the week
          Important Activities / Deadlines                                
8
1
Sun.
2010-2011 Academic Year Semester 1 Begins
8
16
Mon.
Semester Tuition and Fees Payment for Master’s and PhD Students Begins (Deadline for New Students: 8/24; Deadline for Returning Students: 9/10)
On-line Applications for Credit Transfer/Waiver for Undergraduate Transfer Students, New Students and Returning Master’s and PhD Students Begins (Application Period Ends 8/20)
8
20
Fri.
Semester Tuition and Fees Payment for Undergraduate Students Begins (Deadline for New Students: 9/3; Deadline for Returning Students: 9/10)
8
23
Mon.
Course Pre-Selection Stage 1 Begins (Ends 8/27)
8
25
Wed.
On-site Registration for New Master’s / PhD Students Begins (Ends 8/27)
9
1
Wed.
Course Pre-Selection Stage 2 Begins (Ends 9/3)
9
13
Mon.
Classes Begin
On-line Course Drop/Add Period Begins
9
25
Sat.
On-line Course Add Period Ends(12pm)
9
26
Sun.
On-line Course Drop Period Ends(System will remain open until 8am on 9/27)
9
27
Mon.
Course Withdrawal Application Period Begins
10
4
Mon.
On-line Confirmation of Course Selection Results Begins (Ends 10/8)
10
22
Fri.
Application Deadline for Leave of Absence or Withdrawal from the University with 2/3 Tuition Refund
11
8
Mon.
Mid-term Examinations Begin
11
30
Tue.
Deadline for Master’s / PhD Students to Submit Applications (to the University) to Schedule the Thesis Oral Defense in Semester 1 
12
10
Fri.
Application Deadline for Leave of Absence or Withdrawal from the University with 1/3 Tuition Refund
Application Deadline for Leave of Absence or Course Withdrawal
12
31
Mon.
Deadline for Master’s and PhD Students to Submit Applications (to the Department) to Schedule the Thesis Oral Defense or Thesis Proposal Examination in Semester 1
1
10
Mon.
Final Examinations Begin
1
17
Mon.
Semester 2 Course Pre-Selection Stage 1 Begins (Ends 1/20)
Winter Vacation Begins (Ends 2/18)
1
25
Tue.
Semester 2 Course Pre-Selection Stage 2 Begins (Ends 1/27)
 
1
31
Mon.
Master’s and PhD Students’ Thesis Oral Defense Period Ends
 
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