大學部

Regular Program

The undergraduate program is divided into three divisions of Political Theory, International Relations, and Public Administration. Each currently accepts around 50 students per year. In response to a changing environment and the diverse course demands of students, the department has since 2008 offered an Honors Program and a Regular Program for students to choose from.
The Regular Program has fewer course requirements, compared to the Honors Program; aside from basic departmental training, students are given room to take courses in other areas.
The department’s course requirements are as follows:

Division Political Theory International Relations Public Administration
Common Departmental Requirements *Political Science
*International Relations
*Public Administration
*The Constitution & Government of the Republic of China
*Comparative Government
*Applied Statistics
*Economics
*Chinese Politics (or The Political Economy of People’s Republic of China )
Regular Program Course Requirements *Introductory Sociology (or General Psychology)
*Political Parties and Electoral Systems
*Research Methods of Social Science
*Western Political Philosophy
*The Political Economy of Development in Taiwan
*Chinese Political Philosophy
*Modern Political Thought
*Theories of Comparative Politics
*History of International Relations
*Foreign Relations of R.O.C.
*International Law
*The Decision Making and Analysis of Foreign Policy
*Introduction to Western Political Philosophy
*Introduction to the Classic of Chinese Political Philosophy
*International Organizations
*Issues in International Economics and Trade
*Theories of International Politics
*2nd Foreign Language I
*Administrative Law
*Local Government and Management
*Administrative Information Management
*Introduction to Personnel Administration
*Research Methods of Social Science
*Introduction to Western Political Philosophy
*Public Policy
*Political Economy
*The Political Economy of Development in Taiwan
*Fiscal Administration
*Public Organizational Theory
Honors Program Additional Requirements *Introduction to the Study of Law
*Political Economy
*Political Sociology
*Political Psychology
*Methodology of Social Science
*Theories of Comparative Politics
*Legislation
*Political Development And Democratization
(Students are required to select 6 of the 8)
*Topics in International Law
*Trade and Regional International Organizations
*Methodology of Social Science
*Issues in Foreign Policy
*Political Economy of East Asia
*Theories of International Politics
*International Political Economy
*International Security
*2nd Foreign Language II
*Introduction to the Study of Law
*Public Human Resources Management
*Public Management
*Methodology of Social Science
*Issues in Public Financial Management
*Public Opinion Survey
*Cost-Benefit Analysis
*Nonprofit Organization
*Issues in International Economics and Trade