1) The curriculum and teaching requirement for master degree candidates
 
Degree
Courses
(no less
than18 credits)
Public Degree Courses
Chinese
 
Class Hours
Credits
Basic Chinese
108
3
China survey
54
3
Degree Courses For
Major Use
 
Basic Major Courses, Major Courses: (5-6 courses) no less than 12 credits (including mathematics, mechanics, computer and the like).
Non-major Courses(no less than 8 credits)
Arbitrarily selecting within own second-class subjects (including compulsory courses and optional courses). No less than 8 credits.
 
Compulsory
Chains
Academic lectures attendance    1 credit,   (no less than 4 times).
Selection of the title of the dissertation   1 credit
Notes: International master candidates are expected to fulfill 28 credits, among which degree courses are no less than 18 credits, non-degree courses are no less than 8 credits, compulsory chains 2credits.
  
2) Curriculum and teaching requirements for doctorate candidates
 
Degree
Courses
(no less than 8 credits)
Public Degree
Courses
 
Class Hours
Credits
First Foreign Language(Chinese)
72
2
China survey
54
2
Degree Courses For Major use
Basic Major Theoretical Courses and advanced courses
 
No less than 4
Non-major Courses (no less than 4 credits)
Second Foreign Language and Courses For Major Use
 
No less than 2
 
Compulsory
Chains
Selection of the title of the dissertation         1 credit
Academic lectures attendance,           2 credits, (no less than 8 times).
Report of the thesis development   1 credit    no less than 2 times






 Notes: Trans-one-class-subjects courses can be the degree courses for master candidates and doctorate candidates or the non-degree courses for doctorate candidates. International doctorate candidates should achieve no less than 13 credits, among which degree courses should be no less than 8 credits, non-degree courses should be no less than 2credits and compulsory chains 3 credits.
Doctorate candidates can only apply for the Dissertation Debate on the condition that they have had at least 3 papers published during the study span.
 
3) Each course will be given an exam, the grade will be expressed by percentage and 60 is the score to pass the exam.
 
4) If a master candidate fails one degree course exam (the total no more than 3), one made-up exam will be allowed. If he passes the make-up exam, the credits will be acknowledged. If there are still more than one courses (including 1 course) failed after the make-up exam or more than 3 degree courses (including 3) failed, no more make-up exam will be given and it will be considered as quitting the school. If one fails any optional course exam, he can repeat the course once again, but no credits will be recorded.
 
5) If a doctorate candidate fails a degree course exam, no make-up exam will be allowed if no special reasons can be provided.