Unless otherwise specified, the length of study for undergraduate students is 4 years. If students fail to complete the required credits, they may extend the length of study for up to two years. The minimum graduation credits for students are 136 credits, but the minimum graduation credits for overseas Chinese students from Hong Kong and Macau are 148 credits. Among them:
- Students in Group Law: common required courses (80 credits) + Group Law courses (16 credits) + university required Chinese (4 credits), English (4 credits), elective general education courses (24 credits) + electives (8 credits).
- Students in Group Politics: common required courses (76 or 75 credits) + Group Politics courses (22 credits) + university required Chinese (4 credits), English (4 credits), elective general education courses (24 credits) + electives (6 or 7 credits).
Undergraduate students have a maximum limit of 25 credits for each semester, but those with good grades in the first semester may apply for an additional 6 credits.
Students who fail in the required or common required courses of the undergraduate program may take the same course name and credits from the In-service Undergraduate Program to deduct the credits of the same course. The class schedule is as follows: