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International Students will receive 'engineering degree' after completing courses according to TEMEP curriculum and passing defense of thesis. The available courses include those offered by the Technology Management, Economics, and Policy Program and those offered by Economic Department, Business School, Graduate School of Public Administration, and Engineering College.

Seminars

An in-depth learning context in which students conduct research in their specific areas based on a number of taught concepts. Seminars on microeconomics and econometrics are offered to freshmen during vacations and in semester time.

Research and Dissertations

This track relates to individual research and dissertations. It includes a number of required courses that are offered personally by advising professors, such as the “One-to-one research guide for preparing dissertations” and “Dissertation research.” This track helps students to develop their ability to conduct independent research and to evaluate the results of research.

Extra-Curricular

This refers to the courses, in addition to those already mentioned, that students are obliged to complete before they can acquire their desired academic degrees. Representative topics include English conversation, presentation practice, dissertation preparation, and preparing to make academic presentations overseas. Other seminars are held as required.

TEMEP General Curriculum (2021 Spring Semester~) - International Students

* Master Course
Master Degree
Engineering
Compulsory (1) Introduction to TEMEP (463.501)
Methodology(3) Research Methodology (463.502)
Statistics (463.504, 212.503)
Econometrics (463.505, 212.703)
Core(3) TEMEP Core
Selective (6)
(Advised by Supervisor)
Selective
(including 1 course of Economic Dept or Business School)
**Fall Semester Note) ‘Dissertation Research’: just one time registration is counted /
The list of “TEMEP core” will be announced every year
* Ph.D. Course
Ph D Degree
Engineering
Compulsory(1) Introduction to TEMEP (463.501)
Methodology(3) Research Methodology (463.502)
Statistics (463.504, 212.503)
Econometrics (463.505, 212.703)
Decision Analysis for TEMEP(M1592.000500)
Core(4) TEMEP Core
Selective (12)
(Advised by Supervisor)
Selective
(including 3 courses of Economic Dept or Business School)
Note) ‘Dissertation Research’: only one time registration is valid
The list of “TEMEP core” will be announced every year