List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2018, Four-Year Program, General Education Center, Liberal Arts Education-Democracy

YearSemesterRequired
Elective
Course IDCourse NameCreditsHoursLevelNote
1 1 1400211 Human Rights & Laws 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410042 International relations 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410043 Mainland China Study 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410051 Modern Political Analysis 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410052 Administrative 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410053 Introduction to Civil Law 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410088 Introduction to Law 2.0 2 @
1 1 1410095 Law and Politics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410117 Politics and Our Life 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410121 Business and the Law 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410134 Law and Life 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410145 Intellectual Property 2.0 2 @
1 1 1410174 Factors and Political Changes in Taiwan 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410193 Legal Problems On Internet 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410195 Introduction to the Constitutional Systems in Mainland China 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410203 Introduction to Crime Law 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410204 The Law of Technology 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410235 Learning law from watching movie 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410240 Introduction to Labor Law 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1414001 Constitution and Human Rights 2.0 2 @
1 1 1414002 An Introduction to Electronic Commerce Laws 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1414003 Information Laws 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1414004 Copyright Act 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1414005 Cross Strait Relations and International Politics 2.0 2 @ @

Note :
"Liberal arts courses" (18 credits) are divided into "core curriculum" and "elective curriculum. "In the "core curriculum," students are required to complete the learning of the five dimensions, and there will be three courses in each dimension so that students can take one (*Constitution and Human Rights, Introduction to Law, and Intellectual Property are the core curriculum).
In the "elective curriculum, each student has eight credits available to freely take courses among the six dimensions.