The Division of Law was approved on December 31st, 1976, established in 1977, and opened its door to graduate students in 1981. Founded to train experts and researchers in the legal field, about 1,940 undergraduate students and 103 graduate students have already successfully graduated from the Division of Law. Currently, the division boasts more than 500 students who are enrolled as full-time students.
- Specialization for a professional law education.
- Diversification of education programs for in-depth studies in each major.
- Emphasis on core courses to train law experts
- Active participation in seminars and symposia to train qualified students
Introduction to Communications, Introduction to Journalism, Introduction to Advertising, International Communications, Speech Communications, Information and Society, Media History, Production of Radio and Audio, Production of Television program, Mass Media Research Method, Planning and Formation of Multi Channel Media, Planning of Advertising and PR, Information and Media Policy, Computer Journal Editing, English News Writing
Vision after Graduation
Graduates from the Division of Law have become lawyers, judicial scriveners, patent attorneys, and government officials. Many also work in legal or patent departments in corporations, banks, and securities firms.