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On the path to the master’s degree, each student must complete 32 credits, including 6 credits in the required courses and at least 26 credits in elective courses. 

The International Master’s program in International Communication Studies at National Chengchi University gives all courses in English. After one year of study and upon completing two required courses, Communication Theories and Research Methods, students may apply for the taking of a thesis proposal oral exam. A three member committee shall be formed in evaluating the thesis proposal. Passing the thesis proposal oral exam authorizes a student to become a candidate of a master degree, and thus initiates the thesis writing process. The thesis should be written in English and conform to the standard format used by NCCU.

REQUIREMENTS OF IMICS

Standard time for degree completion: 2 to 6 years (We encourage you to graduate in 2 years)

Credits needed to graduate: 32
6 credits in required courses
(Communication Theory and Research Method)


REQUIRED COURSES

Communication Theories (3 credits)
Research Methods (3 credits)

ABOUT COURSES

Other Master’s program that offer courses in English: IMBA, IMCS. 
If it is related to your study, you can also choose courses from the English Department, but you need to ask the academic advisor and the chair for permission.
It is advisable for students to take 3 to 4 courses in the first two semesters so that you have sufficient time to finish your thesis at the end of the second year.

ABOUT THESIS

After a year of study, students may submit a thesis proposal to be approved by three committee members (at least) as the qualification evaluation. 

Your thesis should be written in English and conform to the standard format used by NCCU.There will be a joint oral exam to be held in the 3rd semester at the end of November.

Students form a thesis committee, produces a thesis proposal, en route to writing the thesis and finishing the degree. It is your responsibility to approach prospective faculty and ask if they are willing to serve on the committee. After you constitute a thesis committee, you then designates one committee member as the thesis director. The committee normally consists of 3 faculty members, at least one of whom must be IMICS or IMICS affiliated faculty. (In some cases, a candidate may request an additional faculty member, even, in exceptional cases, one from another university, when it is necessary to cover unusual interests or fields pertinent to the thesis.) One member must from other university.

You then write a thesis proposal in consultation with committee members. The proposal will indicate the problem(s) or issue(s) as well as the objects of study or concern of the work, the scholarly context and bibliography, and the organization and structure of the study. During work on the thesis, continued regular consultation with committee member is highly advisable. It is especially crucial that the  candidate keep the director informed of the state of the work.

SELECTING COURSES

First and second phases of course registration: usually during the vacation; see the Academic Calendar. “Shopping period”: The approximately one-week-long period between the beginning of classes and the deadline for course registration without a late fee each term (see the Academic Calendar). During this period, students can sample a variety of courses before making a final decision about which ones you will commit to for the semester. Professors are under no obligation to enroll shoppers, and many courses are overenrolled in preregistration. If you decide to change a course and the professor agrees to allow you into the class, you can then change your schedule easily through the standard drop-add process.

 

 
 
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Yi, Chun-Min (Joyce)

First It’s really lucky for me to be part of IMICS, which I can learn more from different cultural background and also improve my communication skills with people from other countries. After learning professional knowledge and practical methods in IMICS, I hope I can not only bring more information of international issues to people in Taiwan, but enhance the visibility of Taiwan in the world.
 
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