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Ph.D. Regulations

Regulations on Academic Studies for Doctoral Program Students 

Revised at Institute Affairs Council on 12/18/2013
Period of study Two to seven years, on-job postgraduates may extend the period of study for one more year.
Required credits of courses before graduation (regular) Complete at least 24 credits before graduation, and our institute courses shall not be less than 12 credits.
Required credits of courses before graduation (direct admission) Complete at least 30 credits before graduation, and the credits earned before the doctoral program are not included in the calculation. Also, our institute courses shall not be less than 18 credits.
Mandatory courses

1. Mandatory courses:
     Seminar (at least 4 semesters)
     Statistical Inference (3 credits)
     Probability Theory (3 credits)
     Consulting in Statistics (3 credits)
2. Seminars and thesis studies are not included in the required course credits for graduation.

Qualifying examinations
There are two qualifying examination forms:

1. Written qualifying examinations
    (1) The student whose college and master majors are in (Applied) Mathematics or Statistics
          (not including international students via application-based admission) must pass the
          written qualifying examinations.
    (2) Must pass the qualifying examinations within five semesters
          (including leave of absence from study) after admission.
    (3) Must complete at least 15 graduation credits including Statistical Inference, Advanced
          Probability Theory and (Generalized) Linear Model before taking the examinations.
    (4) Examinations include: Statistical Inference, and Linear Model.

2. Reviewed the qualifying examinations
     (1) The student whose college or master degree is not in (Applied) Mathematics or Statistics,
           or the international student who is admitted via application may choose to pass the
           written qualifying examinations or the reviewed qualifying examinations.
     (2) Must take specific Statistics courses (the grade should be reached 80 points) within 4
           semesters after admission (including leave of absence from study).
     (3) Before graduation, there must be SCI or SSCI accepted papers with the advisor as
           co-author, and the student must be the first author or corresponding author of papers.
 
Note The students who are admitted directly to the doctoral program must have at least 30 credits (not including seminars and dissertation studies) of the graduation credits whose average grade is above 80 (included) points. Other doctoral students must have at least 24 credits (not including seminars and dissertation studies) of the graduation credits whose average grade is above 80 (included) points.


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