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Department of Economic and Financial Law

Characteristics of the Department
The Economic and Financial Law Department was founded at the beginning of this century, August, 2001.The purpose is to cooperate and to support the need of manpower relates to economic and financial law in a new economic development of Taiwan. Also, with the brand-new horizon of the world and the technology, we are hoping to guide the reformation of economic financial law groups in order to sustain continuation and creativity of our competitiveness. Therefore, except for passing on our profession and skills, the mission is to create an environment to cultivate students. So that the students are equipped with innovation, cooperation, thinking, truth, freedom, self-rule, toughness, open-mindedness, activeness toward learning, care for the society and broad horizon for strengthening the sustainable competitiveness of our country.
Principles of Teaching
Based on the radical idea of education, we focus on guiding students to discover social knowledge actively for cooperating and integrating together. Thus the intention is to nurture students to attain freewill attitude and habits of learning.
In teaching and interaction, through the care and respect to social humanity, we direct students to feel and to carry out the vitality of law as well to get a foothold in the trends of technological society and humane balance in economics.
Employments after Graduating
Students graduate from this department could participate in different kinds of national examinations, including lawyering, legal profession, etc. In addition, students could choose to enter government organizations or to stay in private firms such as transnational corporations and non-profit organizations. Going abroad to study and to work on related researches is also one of the multiple choices for students.


First, the cultivation of the professionals in diverse financial and economic laws
The professionals in financial and economic law are always the pillars of national development and the power necessary for social development. Consequently, the teaching objective of this department is the cultivation of legal professionals in finance and economics, in response to the policies on our national development of the liberalization and internationalization.
Second, the implementation of the balance between the theory and practice
The current development of this department focuses on the balance between theory and empiricism as well as the students’ abilities in independent research; future curriculum design and teaching methods will emphasize both theory and practice and use constructive case study to teach students how to speculate, how to correctly sort out the contentious points of problems, and how to rapidly and appropriately exercise legal norms, in order to train students for logically thinking ability and increase students’ learning effect.
Third,the discipline of legal talents with international perspectives
To develop cross-fields, cross-borders and cross-industry legal talents of the new century, this department will actively seek partnerships with universities in Taiwan or overseas, invite internationally renowned scholars to Taiwan for the communication by professors’ lectures, to enhance our research standards and expand our students’ international macro outlooks.

Courses Offered

■ Compulsory Courses
Freshman   Sophomore   Junior   Senior   2-year
Constitutional Law (1)(2)
Civil Law- General
Criminal Law- General
Principles (1)(2)
Civil Law - General
Principles of Obligations (1)
Civil Law - Property (1)(2)
Administrative Law (1)(2)
Civil Law - General
Principles of Obligations (2)
Criminal Law - Offenses
Civil Law - Kinds of
Obligations (1)
General Principles of
Commercial Law and
Company Law
Civil Procedure (1)
Civil Law - Kinds
of Obligations (2)
Insurance Law
Law of Credit and
Admiralty and
Maritime Law
Case Study on
Civil Law
Case Study on
Administrative Law
Case Study on
Commercial Law
Case Study on
Criminal Law
Constitutional Law (1)(2)
Civil Law - General Principles
Criminal Law - General Principles (1)(2)
Administrative Law (1)(2)
Civil Law - Property (1)(2)
Civil Law - General Principles of Obligations (1)(2)
Criminal Law - Offenses (1)(2)
Civil Law - Domestic Relations
Criminal Law - Obligations
Civil Law - Successions and Estate
General Principles of Commercial Law and
Company Law
Civil Procedure (1)(2)
Criminal Procedure (1)(2)
Criminal Law - Payment and Credit System
Insurances Law
Admiralty and Maritime Law
  Minimum number of credits for graduation: 128 (Undergraduate); 80 (2-year program)
  The English Proficiency Test, they should take the course on “TOEIC and English for Professional Communication.”