Undergraduate Students


        Undergraduate students who enrolled in 2014 as first-year students must take 128 credits before graduation to earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. Courses are divided into three sections, one is General and Elective Courses, which total 28 credits, another is Professional Required Courses, which total 62 credits, and Professional Elective Courses, which total 38 credits.

        The professional elective courses can be divided into three tracks: International Economics, Financial Economics and Applied Economics, with the following curriculum goals:

◆ International Economics: nurture on international economic conditions;
◆ Financial Economics and Finance: nurture financial economy knowledge and financial analysis 

◆ Applied Economics: strengthen students' understanding of economic realities, and cultivate a 
    breadth of economic talent.


Subfield (1) International Economics
Courses   Special Topics in International Trade
  Special Topics in Asian Economy
  Special Topics in European Economy
  Special Topics in Mainland China Economy
  Special Topics in Global Economy
  Special Topics in International Finance
  International Financial Management
  International Business Management
  Macroeconomic Analysis
  Econometric Software Package
Subfield (2) Financial Economics and Finance
Courses   Monetary Theory and Policy
  Special Topics in International Finance
  International Financial Management
  Investment Theory and Strategy
  Financial Managemen
  Financial Market
  Financial Institute Management
  Stock Analysis and Investment
  Futures and Option
  Econometric Software Package
Subfield (3) Applied Economics
Courses   Health Economics
  Industrial Economics
  Industrial Development and Policy
  Labor Economics
  Managerial Economics
  Game Theory and Application
  E-Commerce and Digital Economy
  Environmental Economics
  Microeconomic Analysis
  Special Topics in Taiwan Economy
  Econometric Software Package
  Political Economics
  Technical Economics


In summary, the complete undergraduate curriculum framework can be summarized as follows:

Undergraduate Curriculum(2014-2015)

Undergraduate Curriculum(2015-2016)

Undergraduate Curriculum(2016-2017)


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