NCKU Curriculum Map
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Political Economy, Department of Political Science    [Course Catalog of this Semester]
Goal   
  • The program is designed to equip students with an advanced understanding of theories and practices of both political science and economics. Students are expected to develop broad intellectual capacities that enable them to contribute to the countrys development.
  • The program provides students with ample opportunities and guidance to analyze the political and economic situation and related issues in Taiwan and the region, and expects to assist students to achieve academic breakthroughs.
  • The program helps improve social science education for the entire university. By offering various general education courses, we aim to provide students in other majors with a basic understanding of social science approaches and perspectives.
  • Principle Literacy and Competence   
    [Principle Literacy]
  • Humanism quality
  • The cultivation of humanistic quality and social ethics
  • Civic culture
  • A valuing of active participation in public affairs
  • Social awareness
  • A belief in the pursuit of social equality and support for minorities
  • Internationalization
  • Knowledge for global governance and international political economy
    [Competence]
  • Professional and interdisciplinary skills
  • Broad and solid training in political economy
  • Capacity of critical thinking
  • The ability to think analytically and critically
  • Capabilities of language and communication
  • The ability to communicate and collaborate effectively in both foreign and native languages
  • Capabilities of innovation and leadership
  • The forward-looking vision and leadership ability
    Course Classification
    Course Classification Course Name
    A. NCKU required
    [PE7205]TOPICS IN REGIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
    B. NCKU General Education
    C. College core course
    D. Deaprtment requir
    [PE6001]POLITICAL ECONOMY(1), [PE6002]POLITICAL ECONOMY(2), [PE6003]RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES, [PE6004]POLICY ANALYSIS, [PE6011]POLITICAL ECONOMY, [PE7112]POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT POLICY, [PE9001]ADVANCED THEORIES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, [PE9002]RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN POLITICAL ECONOMY, [PE9003]POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT POLICY, [PE9011]ADVANCED POLITICAL ECONOMY, [PE9190]SELECTED TOPICS' SEMINAR (1), [PE9191]SELECTED TOPICS' SEMINAR (2)
    E. Inter-disciplinary
    [PE6190]INDEPENDENT STUDIES, [PE7012]SELECTED TOPICS' SEMINAR(2), [PE9191]INDEPENDENT RESEARCH
    F. Service course
    G. Political Theory and Methodlogy
    [PE6006]ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND ETHICS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, [PE6007]POLITICAL SCIENCE CLASSIC, [PE6101]CITIZEN POLITICS AND CIVIL SOCIETY, [PE6115]ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UNDER DIGITALIZATION ERA, [PE7008]POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT, [PE7101]CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC THEORIES, [PE7102]GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS, [PE7111]POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY, [PE7112]GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL THOUGHTS IN EUROPE, [PE7191]INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICS OF WESTERN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHYKANTS GROUNDWORK OF THE METAPHYSICS OF MORALS, [PE7305]QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES, [PE7309]POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS, [PE7311]SOCIAL MOVEMENT
    H. Public Administration
    [PE6005]PROJECT PLANNING,EVALUATION,ANDMANAGEMENT, [PE7005]INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS, [PE7006]LOCAL POLITICS AND ECONOMY, [PE7007]PUBLIC FINANCE, [PE7107]HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE, [PE7201]SOCIAL CHANGE AND ITS GOVERNANCE, [PE7208]JUDICIAL POLITICS, [PE7210]DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC POLICY, [PE7211]INDUSTRY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WITH POLICY ANALYSIS, [PE7212]POLICY ANALYSIS, [PE7212]THE GOVERNANCE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, [PE7213]COMPARATIVE DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS, [PE7214]PUBLIC FINANCE AND POLICY, [PE7215]DISASTER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, [PE7216]THEORIES AND POLICIES OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, [PE7291]SELECTED TOPICS ON NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND GOVERNANCE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, [PE7303]INTERNET POLITICS AND SOCIETY, [PE7304]ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, [PE7305]DISASTER REDUCTION MANAGEMENT & GOVERNANCE
    I. Comparative Politics
    [PE6004]INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY AND FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS, [PE6008]INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC DECISION-MARKING ANALYSIS, [PE6317]ASIAN SECURITY: THEORY AND POLICY, [PE6831]CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY, [PE7001]SEMINAR ON THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA, [PE7002]SEMINAR ON MAINLAND CHINA'S POLITICAL & ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, [PE7004]SPECIAL TOPICS ON NORTHEAST POLITICAL ECONOMY, [PE7103]INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY, [PE7108]INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION AND REGIME, [PE7109]GLOBALIZATION AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE, [PE7202]INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY AND FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS, [PE7203]HUMAN SECURITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, [PE7207]COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND ECONOMY, [PE7302]INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORIES, [PE7304]INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC THEORIES, [PE7306]TOPIC IN REGIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMYGTHE POLITICAL ECONOMY IN NORTH AMERICA, [PE7306]TOPIC IN REGIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMYGREGIONAL ECONOMICS AND TRADE IN EAST ASIA, [PE7307]CROSS-STRAIT POLITICAL ECONOMY RELATION, [PE7310]CHINAS INTERNET POLITICAL ECONOMY IN THE GLOBALIZATION, [PE7312]MAINLAND CHINA'S POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, [PE7313]THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF SOUTHEASE ASIA, [PE7314]THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NORTHEAST ASIA
    J. International Relations
    [PE7011]SELECTED TOPICS' SEMINAR(1), [PE7401]POLITICAL & ECONOMIC RISK ANALYSIS IN ASIA PACIFIC
    K. The Others
    Development