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Academic Regulations


Regulations on Compulsory Courses and Selective Courses of Undergraduate Program

 1. The minimum required credits: 128 credits (total).

 

 2. The total Compulsory credits is 52 (depended on different year of admission), the General Courses require 28-32 credits, and the Selective Courses (required 44-48 credits) are open for students to decide to take the classes inside or outside the department, which we recognizes both as credits required for graduation. In addition, the courses taken in Undergraduate Programs, Minor and Double Major could be also recognized as Selective Courses.

 

 3. Our Compulsory Courses do not accept students outside of the department (except from courses of regional research), but students of minor and double major are accepted.

 

4. Students should take the course of “Political Science ” in advance before selecting “Comparative Politics”. If needed, students could take the two courses at the same time. Similarly, the course of “International Relations” is required before taking “International Law”, “Analysis of Decision Making on Foreign Policy ”, or “International Security”.

 

More Details on the Requirements of Compulsory Courses

List of Compulsory Courses of the Department of Diplomacy:

*Year 2013-2015  102年度-104年度
*Year 2016-2018  
105年度-107年度

 

Regulations on Compulsory Courses and Selective Courses of Master Program

1. The minimum required credits for graduation: 32 credits (total).

2. In the total 32 credits, 9 credits should be Compulsory Courses (different compulsory courses from each admission year), 20-30 credits could be selective courses (courses inside or outside the department are accepted). However, 12 credits is the maximum of selective courses outside the department.

3. In the first academic year, the total credits of each semester should not be over 14 credits.

4. Students who are not graduated from International Relations-related department or those who didn’t take the course of “International Law” (at least 4 credits) back in the university should re-take the course with undergraduate students, while the credits won’t be counted in the credits of graduation.

5. Before applying for the thesis defense, students are required to pass the English Proficiency Test.

The criterion of the English Proficiency Test is as followed:

(1)  TOEFL: At least CBT237 or iBT 92

(2)  IELTS: At least at the level of 6.5

(3)  TOEIC: At least 850

(4)  Have taken Professional classes in English in foreign countries for at least 1 year.

6. For further regulations, please check the link bellowed:

http://diplomacy.nccu.edu.tw/course/recruit.php?Sn=18

 

 

 

Regulations on Compulsory Courses and Selective Courses for Ph.D Program 

 

1. The minimum required credits for graduation: 32 credits (total).

2. Compulsory courses for Ph.D program is 6 credits, while students should select 18 credits in the majoring field, in which 9 credits which are taken outside the department is the maximum of the credits of graduation.

3. Those who have not taken the course of “Case Studies of International Law”, “Seminar on International Relations” and “Seminar on International Organization”, should re-take the course in the first school year.

4. Our Ph.D Program is divided into three categories- “International Security”, “International Law and International Organizations” and “International Political Economy”, in which students should select two categories as major.

5. Before applying for the thesis defense, Ph.D students are required to pass the English Proficiency Test.

The criterion of the English Proficiency Test is as followed:

(1)  TOEFL: At least CBT250 or iBT 100

(2)  IELTS: At least at the level of 7.0

(3)  Have taken Professional classes in English in foreign countries for at least 1 year.

6. For further regulations, please check the link bellowed:

diplomacy.nccu.edu.tw/course/recruit.php

 

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