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Program Major
Graduate Course U.S. Law
Trade Law
Intellectual Property Law
Tax Law
Internet Law (Internet, Telecommunications)
Chinese Law
 
     
  The Master Degree Program

 
Program Completion Period
Major Subject Program 4 Semesters (2 years)
Thesis Preparation Program 1 Semester (6 months)
Substitute Subjects for Thesis (U.S. Law Major)
Total 5 Semesters (2 years and 6 months)
 
 

* Each semester students will earn 6 credits of courses. A total of 24 credits must be earned, of
which 4 credits are required general study course and 4 credits are required majors, 16 credits are
electives.

* In case of U.S. Law Major, students are required to earn 2 substitute subjects for thesis in addition to 24 credits of major.

* Other students may, at their option, take additional 4 credits instead of thesis to gain the Master of Laws degree.

 
     
     
 
     
  Class Hours

 
  Days & Subjects of Lecture for Graduate Course

 
Tuesday
1st Class (19:00~20:20) 2nd Class (20:30~21:50)
General Subjects Major, Advanced, Primary Subjects
Thursday
1st Class (19:00~20:20) 2nd Class (20:30~21:50)
Major Subjects Major Subjects
 
     
 
 
     
  Course of Study

 
  General Subjects

 
Semester Subject Hour Degree Granted
1,2 Legal English 2 Pass/Fail
3,4 ThesisLegal Writing(U.S. Law Major) 2 Non-Credit
Credit(U.S. Law Major)
 
     
  Required General Subjects

 
Subject Hour Credit Degree Granted
Introduction to International Legal Affairs (theory/practice) 2 2 Required General Study Course
Introduction to International Trade Law (theory/practice) 2 2 Required General Study Course
* In the case of U.S. Law Major, students shall take major subjects instead of
required general subjects.
 
     
  Advanced Subjects for Students who do not hold LLBs (primary legal subjects)
* General Principles of Public Law
* General Principles of Private Law
 
     
  Advanced Subjects for Students who hold LLBs (commerce and economics subjects)

- Trade Practices
- International Economics
 
     
   
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