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Entrance Year 2013:

Table of Credits/ Required Courses/ Graduation Requirements for DSPMT

Course Type

Course Name

Number of Credits

Others

 

NTHU Requirements, for students of all departments

(28 credits)

University Chinese

2

 

 

English

6

 

 

General Education

General Core Courses

(GEC)

10-15

Five courses required, each of which has to be from different fields. (7 fields in totals)

 

General Electives

8-10

A minimum of 4 credits from Sciences and 4 credits from Humanities.

 

Total

20

 

 

Physical Education

0

6 terms required

 

Student Service

0

2 Terms required

 

Merit

 

Minimum of“Pass”(C-) each term

 

Required Courses of College of Management

(24 credits)

Principles of Economics

3

3

 

 

Accounting

3

3

 

 

Financial Management

3

 

 

Management

3

 

 

Introductory to Law

3

 

 

Introductory to Civil and Commercial Laws

3

Choose one of the two

 

Introductory to Technology Laws

3

 

DSPMT Requirements

(13 Credits)

Calculus

3

3

4 Credit Calculus is required to complete Quantitative Finance Specialty

 

Statistics

3

3

 

 

Topics in Management and Technology

1

Choose one of the two

 

Topics in Management and Technology

1

 

First Specialty: Choose one from the three programs (27-33 Credits)

Quantitative Finance Program

(27 Credits)

 

Required

(12 Credits)

Microeconomics I

3

 

Students taking Economy as their second specialty should take additional courses to make up for the credits in Microeconomic and Macroeconomics.

 

Macroeconomics I

3

 

 

Computer Programming

 

3

 

Derivatives Financial Market

3

 

 

Electives

(15 Credits)

 

Mathematical Statistics

3

3

Investment chosen as an elective for QF cannot be used as an elective for ECON.

 

Derivatives Pricing

 

3

 

Corporate Finance

 

3

 

International Financial Management

 

3

 

Investment

3

 

 

Microeconomics II

 

3

 

Macroeconomics II

 

3

 

Advanced Calculus

3

3

 

Economy Program

(30 Credits)

Required

(24 Credits)

Microeconomics

3

3

 

 

Macroeconomics

3

3

 

International Economics

3

3

Choose one of the two

 

Fiscal Finance

3

3

 

Money and Banking

3

3

 

Econometrics

3

3

 

Electives

(6 Credits)

International Economics

3

3

Students taking Economy as their second specialty should take additional courses to make up for the credits in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.

 

Fiscal Finance

3

3

 

Money and Banking

3

3

 

Econometrics

3

3

 

Microeconomics Seminar

3

3

 

Industrial Economics

3

 

Culture and Economy

3

 

Human Resources- Theory and Application

3

 

Game Theory

3

 

Monetary Economics

3

 

Western Economics History

3

 

Political Economics

3

 

Economic Globalization

3

 

Investment

 

3

 

Law Program

(33 Credits)

Required

(25 Credits)

Constitution

2

2

 

Principles of Civil Law

4

 

Civil Code- Obligations

3

3

Civil Law- Property

 

3

Family Inheritance

 

2

General Criminal Law

3

 

Criminal Law- Kind of Crime

 

3

Electives

(8 Credits )

Business Law I

2

 

Complete eight credits from courses from left column.

Business Law II

 

2

Administrative Law I

3

 

Administrative Law II

 

3

Public International Law

3

 

Conflict of Laws

 

2

Civil Procedure I

3

 

Civil Procedure II

 

3

Criminal Procedure I

2

 

Criminal Procedure II

 

2

Management Program

(30 Credits)

Required

(12 Credits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Management Information Systems

3

 

 

Fundamentals of Management Technology

3

 

 

Organizational Behavior

3

 

 

Marketing Management

3

 

 

 

Electives

(18 Credits )

Corporate Finance

3

Investment chosen as an elective for QF cannot be used as an elective for ECON.

 

Investment

3

 

Microeconomics I

3

Students taking Economy as their second specialty should take additional courses to make up for the credits in Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.

 

Macroeconomics I

3

 

Microeconomics II

3

 

Macroeconomics II

3

 

Introduction to Service Science

3

 

Electronic Commerce

3

 

Applied Business Analytics

3

 

Consumer Behavior

3

 

Cross-cultural Marketing Communication

3

 

Second Specialty

(27-33 Credits)

Choose one of the programs provided by NTHU. Students can choose programs from any colleges (including College of Management).

27-33

For those interested in taking a science/ engineering program as second specialty, it is highly recommended to take pre-requisites and preparatory courses of the program. Please refer to Division of Registration for further information.

 

Other electives (1-13 Credits)

1-13

It is recommended to take pre-requisites and preparatory courses for second specialty.

 

Minimal credits required for graduation

132