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Master Program

The Graduate Institute of Labour offers a two-to-four-year program leading to the Master degree. A minimum of 32 credits of coursework plus a master's thesis are required for the Master program.

Courses are generally classified into four categories as follow:

1.The Required courses:

Subjects Semesters Credits
Special Topics on Theory of Labour Law 2 6
Labour Affair Intern:
  • (1): Labour Market
  • (2): Labour Law
  • (3): Industrial Relations
  • (4): Human Resource
  • (5): Social Security
2 2

 

2.Industrial Relations Elective courses:

Subjects Semesters Credits
Comparative Industrial Relations 1 2
Direct Readings of Political Economy in Labour Study 1 2
Essays on Labour Law 1 2
Essays on Labour Policy 1 2
Essays on Labour Relations 1 2
Essays on Political Economy of Labour 1 2
Labor Economics: Theory and Public Policy 1 2
Labour Consciousness and Media Representation 1 2
Selected Readings of Labor Relations 1 2
Seminar on Sociology of Work 1 2
Seminar on unfair labor practicer 1 2
Special Topics on International LaborStandard 1 2
Special Topics on Labor Relations in MainlandChina 1 2
Special Topics on Labor Union Law 1 2
Special Topics on Labour Policy 1 2
Special Topics on Labour Related Law 1 2
Special Topics on Women Workers Participation 1 2
Theory and Practices of Industrial Relations 1 2

 

3.Human Resource Management Elective courses:

Subjects Semesters Credits
Special Topics on Labor Productivity and Enterprise Strategy 1 2
The Economics of Human Resources: Theories and Applications 1 2
Special Topic on Occupation and Career Planning 1 2
Special Topics on Human Resource Management 1 2

 

4.Social Security Elective courses:

Subjects Semesters Credits
Seminar on Social Insurance Law 1 2
Seminar on Social Service and Social Welfare Benefits Law 1 2
Special Topics on Employment Service 1 2
Special Topics on Security of Employment 1 2