1. Six divisions in the graduate program：
Civil and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Public Law, Labor and Social Law, International Law, and Fundamental Law. The program in Civil and Commercial Law mainly focuses on studies of equal status law, property law, commercial law, civil law, compulsory enforcement, and bankruptcy. The program in Criminal Law deals with theories of criminal law, criminology, and evidence law. The program in Public Law focuses on monographic studies of constitutional law and administrative law. The program in Labor and Social Law focuses on monographic studies of labor law and social law. The Program in International Law chiefly deals with Conflicts of Law, Public Law, the Law of the Sea, and International Economic Law. The Program in Fundamental Law focuses on Sociology of Law, jurisprudence, and Legal History.
Students who take the programs in Civil and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Public Law, Labor and Social Law, International Law, or Fundamental Law are required to take and pass 34 credits, including:A. 16 credits of specialized required courses in their program.
B. 14 credits of other specialized elective courses. (No more than 6 credits in other departments)
C. 4 credits of foreign language for law.
(Students are required to take all 4 credits in the same language. No more than 4 credits can count toward the degree.)
Students are required to write a thesis and pass the oral defense.