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Department of Applied Economics

Development Characteristics
The Department nurtures students with economic awareness and analytical skills by integrating theory and practice, and instills students with a broad view and interest in society, economics, politics, and management.
The Department offers a wide range of courses in three major areas: Industrial and Management Economics, Regional and Development Economics, and Government and Public Policy Economics. Students are encouraged to gain knowledge in a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects across the University.
The Department offers master degree in economics, and provides students with complete training in economics and management.
To focus on teaching research and practical approaches.
To provide training and skills essential to the needs in the regional development.
To offer basic courses for other academic departments in the University, such the Department of Law, Department of Economic and Financial Law, and Department of Finance, etc.

Postgraduate Opportunities
Advanced Degree Study
Graduates may choose to pursue an advanced degree program in Taiwan or abroad.
Career Opportunities
Graduates may choose to pursue careers in finance and banking, insurance, consulting, information technology, academic research, or government.

Future Outlook

To initiate interdisciplinary cooperation with related departments across the University, such as the Department of Economic and Financial Law, Department of Western Languages and Literature, Institute of Statistics, and Institute of Urban Development and Architecture, and to initiate interdisciplinary cooperation with other universities and colleges in Taiwan and abroad.



Courses Offered
■ Compulsory Courses
Freshman   Sophomore   Master
► Principles of conomics
► Calculus
► Introductory Civil Law 
► Accounting
  ► Macroeconomics
► Microeconomics
► Statistics
  ► Mathematics
► Econometrics (1)
► Microeconomics Theory
► Macroeconomics Theory

■ Elective Courses
Freshman   Sophomore   Junior   Senior   Master
► Taiwan Economic Issues
► Introduction to Computer Science
► Business Software Packages
Econometrics (2)
Time Series Analysis
Game Theory and Economics
of Strategy
Human Resource Economics
Topics in International Trade
Topics in International Finance
Monetary Theory
Regional Economics
Environmental Resource
Research Method in Economic
    ► Mathematics for Economics 
► Introductory Game Theory
► Management
► Introductory Business
► Selected Readings of Economic Classics
Contemporary Economic Issues, Secondary Foreign Language
► Industrial Economics
► Business Economics
► Industrial Organization
► Human Resource Economics
► Information Economics
► China Economics
► Growth Economics
► Development Economics
► Regional Economics
► Regional Economic Integration
► Foreign Exchange
► Public Finance
► Urban Economics
► Family Economics Master
► Introductory Civil Law 
► Statistics
► Accounting
► Introductory Business
► Selected Readings of Economic Classics
► Health Economics
► Leisure Economics
► Institutional Economics
► Environmental Economics
► Environmental Ethics
► Economic Sociology
► Game Theory and Applications
► Mathematical Economics
► Advanced Statistics
► Econometrics
► Time Series Analysis
► Topics of Microeconomic Theory
► Topics of Macroeconomic Theory
■ Remarks: Minimum number of credits for graduation: 132 (Undergraduate); 36 (Graduate)