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Structure


  • · Syllabus


  • The International Master Program of Environmental and Natural Resources Law requires completion of at least 31 units, which must consist of:


  • Module I

  • 16 units from completion of the following compulsory courses:

    • · Survey of China (3 units)

    • · Chinese Legal System (3 units)

    • · Jurisprudence (2 units)

    • · International Environmental Law (2 units)

    • · Marine Environmental Protection Law (2 units)

    • · Law on Pollution Prevention and Control (2 units)

    • · Natural Resources Protection Law (2 units)


  • Module II

  • A. Public Elective Course

    • 2 units from completion of a public elective course. For the list of available public elective courses, please contact program coordinator.

  • B. Law Elective Courses

    • 9 units from completion of the following law elective courses:

    • · Chinese Environmental Policy (2 units)

    • · Environmental Sociology (2 units)

    • · Foreign Environmental Law (2 units)

    • · Environmental Dispute Resolution (2 units)

    • · Legal Instruments for Environmental Pollution Control (2 units)

    • · Energy Law (2 units)

    • · Climate Change Law (2 units)

    • · Law on Land Management and Planning (2 units)

    • · The Grassland and Forest Law (2 units)

    • · Ecological Conservation Law (2 units)

    • · Administrative Law (2 units)

  • C. Seminar and Lectures

    • 2 units from attendance to 6 seminars or lectures and delivery of an academic presentation

  • D. Dissertation Writing and Academic Norm

    • 1 unit from completion of the compulsory course on dissertation writing and academic norm

  • E. Practical Training

    • 1 unit from completion of the assignment of assisting the supervisor in collecting data and information, conducting social research, drafting reports, and so forth.


  • Module III

  • Passage of Graduate Qualification Examination and completion of a 20,000-word dissertation.



  • · Chinese Language Learning


  • All of the courses are taught in English. Proficiency in Chinese is not required.

  • Students who intend to study Chinese can enroll in the Chinese Language Program provided by the International Education Center.