Master Program in Hakka Political Economy

General

Program Description

The Master Program in Hakka Political Economy, Department of Hakka Language and Social Sciences was established in the College of Hakka Studies, on August 1, 2004. The important research subject in association with contemporary social science research is the interaction between politics and economic resources, this interaction is shown in such areas as different facets of ideologies, institutions, and public policies, it would also exert a profound effect on the public sector, private sector, and the third sector.

Fundamental Courses

  • Seminar in Hakka Culture Studies
  • Qualitative Methodology
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Political and Economic Analysis of Hakka
  • Master Thesis

Professional Courses

  • Ethnic Relationship of Politics and Economics
  • Cultural and Creative Industries Management
  • The Study of Third Sector
  • Seminar in Public Policy
  • Seminar in Hakka Affairs Management

Requirements for Graduation

Required credits: 30 credits (including 4 credits for required courses & 6 credits for elective courses )

Duration of Study: 1-4 years

Admission Documents

  • Autobiography,
  • Study Plan,
  • One Letter of Recommendation,
  • Evidence of Chinese Proficiency.
Last updated February 2018

About the School

National Central University was originally founded in Nanjing, China in 1915. NCU had later developed into a renowned academic institution with comprehensive programs and outstanding faculty, enjoying ... Read More

National Central University was originally founded in Nanjing, China in 1915. NCU had later developed into a renowned academic institution with comprehensive programs and outstanding faculty, enjoying a high reputation equal to that of Peking University. In 1962, the Graduate Institute of Geophysics was founded in Miaoli, Taiwan as the re-establishment of the University. The campus was relocated to Zhongli in 1968, and today it has become a home to more than thirteen thousand students and teachers. Read less