CoS, NTU

College of Social Sciences, NTU

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Departments

The College of Social Sciences (NTU COSS)  is composed of four departments and three graduate institutes, namely the Department of Political Science, Department of Economics, Department of Sociology, Department of Social Work, Graduate Institute of National Development, Graduate Institute of Journalism,  and Graduate Institute of Pubic Affairs. All the Departments and Graduate Institutes offer Master's and Ph.D. degrees, except for the Graduate Institute of Journalism and Graduate Institute of Public Affairs, which only offer Master's degree. The Department of Political Science, Department of Economics, and Graduate Institute of National Development have also implemented executive master's programs for mid-career professionals with an aim to better combine theory with practice.  

More detailed information about the departments and graduate institutes of the College of Social Sciences is shown below:
 


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The Department of Political Science at NTU is the home of a sizeable student population on campus. It aims to cultivate students with adequate professional knowledge in political science, humanitarian consciousness, independent thinking abilities, and international visions....(More)


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When asked to name the most useful gift they have received during their studies at the NTU Department of Economics, many of our graduates have made the same answer: the economic mind.
 The concept of the economic mind was first proposed by the Chicago school of economics....(More)


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The Department of Sociology at National Taiwan University holds a profound commitment to social equality and distribution justice, and instills these core values throughout the Department’s solid theoretical and empirical trainings.....(More)


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The general public’s impression of the Department of Social Work is often limited to its function in training compassionate social workers. Yet the Department of Social Work at National Taiwan University takes a step further.  ...(More)


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Step into the Graduate Institute of National Development, and you may come across graduate students listening to rock music and studying in their research rooms, while others are quietly working in front of their computer screens. ....(More)


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The Graduate Institute of Journalism is the first and only advanced institution dedicated to cultivating journalism professionals in Taiwan....(More)


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In response to the contemporary development in the area of public affairs, the Division of Public Administration of the Department of Political Science elevated its master's program into the Graduate Institute of Public Affairs in 2014.....(More)