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Curriculum & Regulations

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IMPIS requires completion of a minimum of 30 credits and a MA thesis (project) for graduation. Students can normally complete all their courses in 2-4 years to fulfill all the program requirements.

 

There are 2 parts to the curriculum:

(1) Core courses

(2) Elective courses

*The requirement of graduation credits is adjusted from 33 credits to 30 credits since academic year 2016/17; this adjustment is also applied to students who was enrolled in academic year 2015/16.



(1) Core courses (12 credits)

Every IMPIS students must complete these courses.

Course Titles

Credits

International Relations Theory

3

International Political Economy

3

Quantitative Research Methods

3

Qualitative Research Methods

3

 

 

(2) Elective courses (18 credit)

To help students better figure out the properties of many relevant graduate-level courses offered at NCCU, here is a list of possible elective courses. Not all these courses are offered by IMPIS, neither can they be seen as a substitute for the above track required courses.

 

I.  International Cooperation & Development


Course Titles

Credits

Poverty, Inequality & Development

3

International Environment & Health

3

Human Rights & Humanitarian Assistance

3

Population, Migration & Development

3

Science, Technology & Energy

3

Topic in International Cooperation – Issues of Agriculture, Economics & Trade.

3

Topic in International Cooperation - International NGOs & Development

3

Gender, Development & Globalization

3

Democratization & Good Governance

3

Debates on Globalization

3

International Organizations

3

Post-Communist Democratization

3

China and Economic Integration in Asia

3












 
II.  International strategic management

Course Titles

Credits

Conflict Management

3

Topics in International Security

3

Cross Cultural Communication & Negotiation

3

Strategic Communication & Cultural Diplomacy

3

Crisis Management

3

Ethnic Conflicts &Terrorism 

3

Seminar in International Risk Analysis and Management

3

Russian Foreign Policy

3

International Relations of Northeast Asia

3

International Relations of Southeast Asia

3

 

Note:

Course list could be revised or changed without advanced notice. Go to system for course schedule for the latest course schedule.


Last update: 2017/7/25
 

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