Curriculum

Class

Students need to complete courses such as economics, engineering, and political science according to their desired academic major. The curriculum of TEMEP includes diverse courses which cover different fields: Technology Economics, Managerial Economics, Policy Studies, Economic Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration and Engineering. Courses are classified either as required or elective and students may register for those that are better suited to their major. Also, some courses in this program will be lectured in English by professors from prestigious universities, who are invited under a short-term contract.

 

Seminar

In-depth learning courses where students are required to conduct researches on specific concepts that they have learned. It includes subjects as microeconomics and econometrics which are offered to freshmen during breaks as well as other seminars that are offered during semesters


Research & Dissertation Course

Learning related to research and dissertation. It includes courses such as "one-to-one research guide for preparing dissertations" and "dissertation researches" which are personally offered by advising professors. These courses help students to improve their ability in conducting independent researches as well as in checking results from researches.


Extra curriculum

Required subjects other than those that have been mentioned previously and which must be completed by students in order to obtain the desired academic degree. Characteristic subjects are English conversation, presentation practice and dissertation preparation, which provide students with appropriate training for conducting academic presentations abroad as well as for participation in seminars.

 
Track Engineering EconomicManagement Public administration
1. Common required course(compulsory) 463.501 Introduction to Technology Management, Economics and Policy
463.519 Theory and Practice of Technological Innovation
463.503 Seminar in Technology Management, Economics and Policy
2. Required course
( Master´s : Choose 3 courses in six subjects
doctorate's :
Choose 5 courses in six subjects

250.529: Managerial Economics ,
463.502:Methodologies for Technology Management, Economics and Policy

212.501 : Studies in Microeconomics

250.529: Managerial Economics ,
463.502:Methodologies for Technology Management, Economics and Policy

250.529: Managerial Economics ,
463.502:Methodologies for Technology Management, Economics and Policy

463.504 : Managerial Statistics
212.502 : Studies in Macroeconomics
463.504 : Managerial Statistics

453.505 : Econometric Analysis of Technology Management
920.625: Quantitative Analysis for Public Administration and Policy

453.505 : Econometric Analysis of Technology Management
212.703 : Studies in Econometrics
464.659 : Statistical Analysis of Technology Management

212.503 : Studies in Statistics for Economists

252.508 : Studies in Corporate Finance

920.651 : Research Methods for Public Administration and Policy
463.554 : Methods for Performance Analysis and Decision Making
464.656 : Decision Analysis

212.703 : Studies in Econometrics
463.505 : Econometric Analysis of Technology Management

251.501 : Studies in Managerial Accounting

924.659 : Policy Process Theory
464.556: Engineering Economic Analysis 212.664 : Advanced Studies in Econometrics 252.547 : Studies in Organizational Behavior
924.662 : Policy Analysis
464.507 : Product Engineering

212.657 : Studies in Industrial Organization 251.575 : Studies in Consumer Behavior
251.576 : Marketing Research
924.663 : Policy Evaluation
3. Selective course Master : 7courses Ph.D : 12courses MA : choose 2 courses related in Engineering
Ph.D : choose 4 courses related in Engineering
MA : choose 2 courses related in Economics
Ph.D : choose 4 courses related in Economics
MA : choose 2 courses related in Management MA : choose 2 courses related in Public administration
Ph.D : choose 4 courses related in Public administration