Introduction to Graduate Program

Core courses emphasize four topic areas: Political Theory and Methodology, Public Administration, Comparative Politics and International Relations. Students work on establishing solid theoretical foundations before moving on to classes offering practical analyses of government institutions and administrative processes. Subsequent coursework is aimed at international analyses and comparative politics.

 

Master Program

Required courses https://reurl.cc/Vad8m6
Year Semester Course Title
First First Political Economy
First Second Research Methodology in Political Economy
Elective courses https://reurl.cc/Vad8m6
Area Course Title
Political Theory and Methodology Political Development; Political Science Classic; Social Movements; Political Institutions; Applied Econometrics; Quantitative Analysis in Social Sciences; Political Psychology; Environmental Justice and Ethics for Sustainable Development; Contemporary Political Economy; Political Economy of Development Policy ; Media and Politics ; Government and Political Thoughts in Europe ; Contemporary Political Ideologies; Citizen Politics and Civil Society; Data Mining and Machine Learning in Political Science; Data Visualization; Positive Political Theory
Public Administration Judicial Politics; Social Change and Its Governance; Health Economics; Disaster Management System; Digital Technology and Public Policy; Public Finance; Local Politics and Economy; The Governance of Technology and Sustainable Development; Industry Science and Technology with Policy Analysis; Organizational Behavior; Environmental Policy; Information Technology and Trust Communication; Public Finance and Policy; Project Planning, Evaluation, and Management; Policy Analysis; Organizational Development and Ethics; Special Topics in Public Administration: Human Resource Management
Comparative Politics Comparative Politics and Economy; Human Rights and Democratic Governance; Comparative Democratic Institutions; Cross-Strait Political Economy Relations; International Political and Economic Theories; Comparative Politics Analysis; Legislative Behavior; Government & Politics in Mainland China; Asian Security: Theory and Policy; Comparative Political Parties; Internet Politics and Society; Research Methods and Writing in Comparative Politics; Latin American Politics; Selected Topics on Comparing Local Governance; Mainland China’s Political and Economic Affairs
International Relations International Relations Theories; International Strategic Decision Making Analysis; International Finance: Theory and Policy; Globalization and Global Governance; China's Internet Political Economy in the Globalization; International Political and Economic Theories; Political and Economic Risk Analysis in Asia Pacific; Peace and Conflict; Chinese Foreign Policy; Asian Security: Theory and Policy; International Organizations; Academic Writing for International Relations; Mainland China’s Political and Economic Affairs; The Political Economy of Southeast Asia; The Political Economy of Northeast Asia

PhD Program

Required courses https://reurl.cc/Vad8m6
Year Semester Course Title
First First Advanced Political Economy
First Second Research Methodology in Political Economy
Elective courses https://reurl.cc/Vad8m6
Area Course Title
Political Theory and Methodology

Political Institutions; Applied Econometrics; Quantitative Analysis in Social Sciences; Political Psychology; Environmental Justice and Ethics for Sustainable Development; Contemporary Political Economy; Political Economy of Development Policy ; Media and Politics

Public Administration

Judicial Politics; Social Change and Its Governance; Health Economics; Disaster Management System; Digital Technology and Public Policy; Public Finance; Local Politics and Economy; The Governance of Technology and Sustainable Development; Industry Science and Technology with Policy Analysis; Organizational Behavior; Environmental Policy; Information Technology and Trust Communication

Comparative Politics

Comparative Politics and Economy; Human Rights and Democratic Governance; Comparative Democratic Institutions; Cross-Strait Political Economy Relations; International Political and Economic Theories; Comparative Politics Analysis; Legislative Behavior; Comparative Political Parties; Internet Politics and Society; Mainland China’s Political and Economic Affairs

International Relations

International Strategic Decision Making Analysis; International Finance: Theory and Policy; Globalization and Global Governance; China's Internet Political Economy in the Globalization; International Political and Economic Theories; Political and Economic Risk Analysis in Asia Pacific; Peace and Conflict; Mainland China’s Political and Economic Affairs; The Political Economy of Southeast Asia; The Political Economy of Northeast Asia