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Career direction
》Judicial Examination
》 Civil service examinations
Course Module:Criminal Justice
‧ Criminology
‧ Sociology
‧ Methodology For Criminal Justice
‧ Introduction To The Legal System
‧ Criminal Law
‧ Criminal Procedure
‧ Administrative Law
‧ Criminal Psychology
‧ Policing
‧ Correction
Career direction
》Social worker  Professional licenses
》 Public examination
Course Module:Forensic Social Work
‧ Introduction To Social Work
‧ Psychological Counseling
‧ Human Resource Management
‧ NPO Management
‧ Social Case Work
‧ Social Policies And Legislation
Career direction
》Security Industry
》Enterprise internal control
Course Module:Security Management
‧ Security Management
‧ Introduction To Business Administration
‧ Risk Management
‧ Social Sciences Research Methods
‧ Statistics
‧ Community Security Management
‧ Leadership & Communication
 
 
Career Map
 
Civil Service Special Examination for General Police Officers(Grade Four Special Examination)
Civil Service Special Examination for General Police Officers(Grade Three Special Examination)
Civil Service Special Examination for Judicial Personnel(Grade Four Special Examination-Correctional facility custodial personnel)
Civil Service Special Examination for Judicial Personnel(Grade Three Special Examination-Correctional facility custodial personnel)
Social Worker Technical License
 
 
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
 
》 Undergraduate Program
          - 2017-2018,06 Academic Year
Master's Program
          - 2017-2018,06 Academic Year
Executive Master's Program
          - 2017-2018,06 Academic Year
 
 
FUNDAMENTAL PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE STANDARDS
 
Undergraduate Program
》 Master Program
》 On-the-Job Training Master Program
 
 
CORE COMPETENCIES
 
All of our programs integrate the knowledge-based professions of Criminal Justice, Security Management, and Judicial Social Work to enable students to cultivate the following Core Competencies:
Undergraduate Program Security management expertise, emergency management, planning and coordinating ability, capacity for well-rounded development.
Master's Program The ability to research crime and security issues, the skills to improve risk identification, the capability to strengthen crisis management skills.
Work-experience Master's Program The ability to research cross-strait relations changes and development, the skills to gather situational information on cross-strait relations, the capacity to strengthen crisis management skills, the capacity of project management and risk assessment.

Through learning and curriculum design, graduates who complete our department courses can meet the actual needs of the current security management industry and can be smoothly placed in industry workplaces. This is our "seamless" education target, that our graduates have sufficient market competitiveness, regardless of their future choice to continue their studies or enter employment.
 
 
COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR MINOR
 
Courses Credits Note
Criminology 3 1. Students need to complete 9 disciplines, total of 24 course credits.

2. Students need not re-take any required course(s) of their home department that are listed in this course outline; such course(s) cannot be waived. The department chair will designate a relative course(s) to substitute for that.
crime prevention 2
Psychology 3
General Principles of Criminal Cod 3
Risk Management 3
Administrative Law 3
Criminal Code: Offences 3
Negotiation Techniques and Crisis Management 2
Prison Studies 2
Total 24
 
 
FOCUSED COURSE PROGRAM
 
Network crime preventing and controlling Cross Cutting Program
Course Type Courses Credits Note
required courses
(14 Credits)
Criminology 3 School of Social Sciences
General Principles of Criminal Cod 3 School of Social Sciences
Introduction to Computer Science 3 School of Information
Introduction to Computer Networks 3 School of Information
Multimedia basic Technology 2 School of Communication
Elective Courses  (Complete at least 7 course credits) Criminal Code: Offences 3 School of Social Sciences
Introduction to Civil Code 3 School of Social Sciences
Commercials Film Production 2 School of Communication
Networking Security 3 School of Information
Programming Design I 3 School of Information
Personal Information Protection and Financial Consumer Protection Act 2 School of Low
Consumer Protection Laws 2 School of Low