系所資訊

系所資訊

English

2017/08/02

English

History & Development

 

 The Department of Government and Law (GL) was set up in 2000 for the domestic political development and rule of law in southern Taiwan, and offers Undergraduate Program, 2-year In-service (part-time) Bachelor Program, Master Program, and In-service (part-time) Master Program. In teaching and research, GL features transcending traditional boundaries by a combination of political science and law, and “State” is its core element in programming curriculum of all programs, i.e. by the concept “State” to connect political science with law. The courses in the part of political science focus on government organizations and policies. In the part of law is on administrative law and constitutional law. This Department also provides core courses in traditional Civil, Commercial Law and Criminal Law.

 

Teaching Goals

 

 Seeing that many of law practitioners are deficient in political idea and vision, and politician deficient in sense of rule of law, the founder and the first President of NUK, Professor Jen- Hung Wang, recognized that it is necessary and important to set up GL for the domestic political development and rule of law. The faculty shares such subjective, and adheres to the following principle and goal in running GL:

 1. Core principle: Connecting political science with law in teaching and research by the concept “State” to help promote and consolidate the development of Democracy and rule of law.

 2. Basic goal: Training and developing excellent person fit for both public and private sectors by providing fundamental and advanced learning opportunities for those who are interested in political science and law.

 On the foregoing principle and goal, GL has been orientating itself toward a department:

•Offering interdisciplinary courses equally in political science and law;

•Integrating theories and practices in teaching and research;

•Giving consideration to professional knowledge with humanistic concern; and

•Developing a free, participative, and open-minded academic base.

 

Future Outlook

 

 Excellence in teaching and research is GL’s vision. Its faculty and staff will endeavor to:

•Connect with the related researchers to develop key research subjects;

•Bring in the resources of government and industry to put in teaching and then to enhance graduates’ competence in jobs;

•Organize issue-based academic activities to strengthen research capacity, and energy;

•Improve teaching and counselling system to prepare current students’ competitive advantage when heading toward next step;

•Improve current students and graduates’ network and feedback system for GL’s sustainability; and

•Engage actively in domestic and international academic activities to broaden teachers and students’ perspectives.

 

Postgraduate Opportunities

 

 Many opportunities are waiting for GL’s graduates. They can serve in public sectors as administrative, legal or legislative assistants, work for private corporations or institutions.

•Public sector: GL’s graduates have the qualification to take national examinations for public officers, such as Special Examination for Judicial Personnel and lawyers, Civil Service Senior, Junior, and Elementary Examinations. They also can serve as legislative assistants in the Congress or local government councils.

•Private sector : GL’s graduates can serve as legal assistant, administrative staff, policy adviser, program coordinator etc. in corporations. NGO is another alternative as well.

•Advanced study: GL’s graduates can purse advanced study in the field of political science and law abroad or at home.

 

 Faculty and Staff

 

Full time Faculty

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Vincent W.S. Chen

Professor

 Ph.D. in Political Science, National Taiwan University

 International Politics, International Politics and the Middle East, Comparative Government and Politics, Political Economy

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I-Ming Liao

Professor

 Ph.D. in Political Science, National Taiwan University

 Public Administration, Politics of Law,  Legal and Political Case Studies

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Chun-chin Yang

Professor

 Ph.D. in Political Science, National Taiwan University

 Public policy, History of political theory, East Asian Regional Studies, Political Economy, Taiwan's Political Development

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Wu-Lung Yang

Professor

Ph.D. in Political Science, National Taiwan University

 Public Administration, Public Personal Administration / Civil Service law, Local Government and Politics, Integrity System (Public Interests Disclosure)

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Chuin-Zeng Lee

Professor

 Ph.D. in Political Science, National Taiwan University

 Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Political Philosophy

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Shu-Ju Lee

 Associate Professor

& Chairman

 Ph.D., University of  GÖttingen, Germany

 Civil Law-General Principles, Civil Law-Obligation, E-commerce and Law

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Chaur-Sen Yau

Associate Professor

 Ph.D. in Political Science, Free University of Berlin, Germany

 Political Theories and Ideology, Comparative Political Analysis, Methodology for Social Science

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Heng-Ying Lai

Associate Professor

 Ph.D. in Jurisprudence, National Chengchi University

 Administrative Law, Administrative Litigation Law, Law of Civil Procedure, Administrative Execution Law, Environmental Law, Tax Law

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Hui-Ling Shao

Associate Professor

 Ph.D, University of Jena, Germany

 Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Social Law

 

Part time Faculty

Kai-Ping Hsieh

Associate Professor

 Ph. D.,National Taipei University

 Criminal LawCrime Policy

Chih-Peng Hsieh

Associate Professor

 Dr. iur.,Fakulty of Law, University Trier (Germany)

 Civil Law ,Conflicts of Law

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Yu-Tsung Chien

Assistant Professor

 Ph.D., Nagoya University (Japan)

 Constitutional LawAdministrative LawTax LawSocial Welfare Law

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Yung-Ming Chang

Professor

 Dr. jur., Bonn University (Germany)

 Constitutional LawAdministrative Law Tax LawCannon Law Media Law

Li-Ching Chang

Professor

 Dr. jur., Munich University(Germany)

 Criminal Law Criminal ProcedureCriminal Law of MedicineAntitrust Law