研究所

Programs

Master’s Program

The MA curriculum is divided into four main fields:(1) Political Thought, (2) International Relations, (3) National Politics, and (4) Comparative Politics.

Every student should select a major and a minor field of concentration from among these five fields. Before graduation, they should take all of the required courses in their major field, as well as a minimum of 3 limited elective courses in their major field. In addition, after completing 3 or more courses in their minor field, they must complete an MA thesis before receiving the MA degree.

Political Thought

  1. Required Courses
    - Seminar on Chinese Political Thoughts
    - Seminar on Western Political Thought in the Classical and Medieval Period
    - Seminar on Modern Western Political Thought
    - Seminar on Preparing Dissertation and Theses
  2. Limited Elective Courses
    - Seminar on Western Political Thought in the Classical Period
    - Seminar on Modern Political Philosophy in the West
    - seminar on Materials Concerning Politics of Ancient China
    - Seminar on Materials Concerning Politics of Modern China
    - Seminar on Democratic Politics Theory
    - Seminar on Methodology of History of the Political Thoughts

International Relations

  1. Required Courses
    - Seminar on the International Relation Theory
    - Seminar on Foreign Policy Analysis
    - Seminar on Problems of International Law
    - Seminar on Preparing Dissertation and Theses
    - Second Foreign Language
  2. Limited Elective Courses
    - Seminar on Statistical Methods of Social Science
    - Seminar on Negotiation and Conflict
    - Seminar on ROC Foreign Policy History
    - Seminar on International Political Economy
    - Seminar on Globalization
    - Seminar on Asia-Pacific and Taiwan Security