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Bachelor Degree Program in Ocean Law and Policy

 

Since 1994, "United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea" entry into force, marine affairs has become a global public issues, countries around the world dedicated to study about marine development and ocean environmental protection issues, and formulated marine law and maritime politics to guarantee maritime rights and interests.

Taiwan is surrounded by the sea, a total length of about 1,600 kilometers of coastline, about 170,000 square kilometers in terms of sea area, ​​4.72 times of territorial area, could be called as a typical maritime nation. Historical, cultural, political, economic, national defense and development of eco-system in Taiwan, are inextricably linked with the ocean, "Ocean Country" is a fundamental policy of Taiwan’s national interest.

Bachelor Degree Program in Ocean Law and Policy is the newly-created Department in the 104th academic year, which is established to echo the "Ocean Country" policy, aiming at becoming a pioneer for Taiwan’s Ocean Law and Policy education for the National Marine business strategy. Curriculum design of theBachelor Degree Program in Ocean Law and Policy includes two key elements - marine law and marine policy, providing students with marine legal, political, economic and other professional education and training.

The curriculum and development blueprint for the Ocean Law and Politics Department (Bachelor Program) are based on the following principles:

(1) We integrated our existing teaching resources for basic principle;

(2) We emphasized that "Ocean Law and Politics" professional courses is our special;

(3) We strengthen not only the theory but also training in class;

(4) We will promote lots of chance for industry-university exchanges and cooperation;

(5) We promote diversity and integration of courses to learn, that will help our student to become more employability and competitiveness.

Those five goals as the premise, curriculum planning and design activities, and to train students with the "professional force of basic theory and analytical", "internationalization and industry insight of view", " ocean law and policy empirical research knowledge and real work force", "force planning" Ocean Policy and Industrial Development "," employment ability of marine-related industries, the learning ability and adjustment force "such as the five core competencies for teaching goals. Overall curriculum framework consists of three concentric circles lines, including the school "core curriculum" of a given compulsory courses, professional foundation courses, and group collaboration with two specialized courses and internships collaboration between industry and school courses.