Master Degree in Asian studies in Macau

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Asian studies

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

The Master of Arts in Asian Studies program equips students with perspective on the impact of this ever expanding region of the world and the impacts of Asia on the rest of the world. Career options for graduates of a master's degree in Asian Studies offers a variety of specific career paths including positions within the public private sectors, international business opportunities, teaching abroad, diplomatic interpretation, and many other exciting professional opportunities across Asia.

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Master in Contemporary China Studies (MCCS)

University of Saint Joseph
Campus Full time 2 years August 2019 Macau

The curriculum reflects the People’s Republic’s increasing global influence – from its importance in the world economy to its foreign policy and presence in international organisations – and the rapid domestic [+]

The curriculum reflects the People’s Republic’s increasing global influence – from its importance in the world economy to its foreign policy and presence in international organisations – and the rapid domestic political, economic and social changes associated with China’s recent development, throughout the two year programme students can test their insights on the challenges to the Chinese state and society in the 21st century by interacting with Chinese and non-Chinese scholars, decision makers and opinion leaders. Upon completion of the study programme, the graduates will be able to contextualise China’s ascent in the broader global context and to link this issue to debates about international relations and theories of development.... [-]