The Six Fields of Study

NYCU Law pursues research and education beyond the traditional to create new legal solutions to complex problems. Our faculty possess various academic backgrounds and are renowned experts in connecting traditional law to modern and future challenges; our students are trained to become problem-solving legal professionals who stand at the intersection of law and other thematic areas. NYCU Law creates a diverse learning environment where students can freely combine fields of study but must at least complete the core courses from two out of six fields of study. All six fields are interconnected, and their courses are suitable for students who are initially from related backgrounds or who newly embark on their learning in those fields.

Intellectual Property Law

Business Law, Corporate Governance, and White-Collar Crime

Law of Biotechnology and Medicine

Gender Equality, Labor Rights, and Social Justice

Transnational Law and International Negotiation

Information Communication and Competition Law

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