Business Law, Corporate Governance, and White-Collar Crime

The study of white-collar and corporate crimes involves interdisciplinary research and approaches. Globalization brings international business activities. It also forces local law enforcement to upgrade the investigation and prosecution mechanism to combat crimes across the board. NYCU Law offers various courses such as white-collar crime and corporate governance to analyze these issues from different perspectives.

NYCU Law enhances an overall introduction and understanding of business law and criminal law in the US, Europe, and Taiwan. From a comparative law analysis, students see the whole picture of the business world and learn how to conduct legal risk management and analysis.

Security regulation plays an important role in the market. NYCU Law provides a series of courses, from the theoretical to the practical, and confront the issues on security fraud and its prevention.

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