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School Introduction
The Law School of Central China Normal University was established on the basis of the original department of Law and the Law major. The Law school of CCNU has started to enroll bachelors in laws from 1988 under the authorization of the Ministry of Education. It’s one of the first non-normal majors of CCNU.From the aspect of talent nourishment, the Law School not only enrolls bachelors coming from the Law department, but also has cooperation with the Economics School and the Business Administration School to open up “the cross experimental class ” to have compound talents for cultivation. The Law School owns the authorization of Master Degree in the first-class subject in law, and there are 6 second-class subjects for Master Degree which has started to enroll students,including economics, civil and commercial law, constitutional and administrative law, international law,furthermore, it also enrolls postgraduates of Laws for specialized majors, and doctoral students in fields of related subjects.
The law school owns powerful sources of teaching talents and a team of delicately structured teachers. The total number of the faculty is 38, including 5 doctoral supervisors, 19 master supervisors, one talent of the “Education Department of the New Century”. The teachers of the Law School have superior academic abilities and strong abilities in scientific researches, enjoying good fame in the field of Law. Nearly half of the teachers have long-term visiting and exchanging experiences in America, England, German, Holland, the Taiwan Region and some overseas places. The Law School has cultivated over 4000 doctors, masters and bachelor graduates of laws since it has founded 20 years ago. There are over 1000 students at present. International students from America, England, Niger, Vietnam, and Laos have been further studying in Law School or for a degree.
The School is now highly regarded among the national legal community for its research abilities as well as its excellent performance in students' cultivation. Especially in commercial law, according to the authority of the relevant departments of statistics, during 2009 and 2001, the commercial law of CCNU’s law school has the core of scientific research ability among national top five law school. The law school also pays highly attention to talent nourishment, emphasizing putting the academic research and teaching together, to serve for the teaching with superior scientific achievements. Many teachers won awards or prizes awarded by the government of Hubei province or the Ministry of Education for their outstanding performance either in teaching or in academic research.
The Law School has set up 6 academic reaching agencies: the reaching center for the legal issues in rural regions, institute of intellectual property, centers for commercial law, and centers for legal issues in investment.
The predecessor of the School of Economics & Business Management at Central Normal University (CCNU), can be traced back to the Economics Department, Huazhong University, founded in 1930s. In 1985, several years after the reform and opening-up, CCNU set up the Department of Urban Economic Administration, which provided the first Real Property curriculum, to meet the rapid social and economic development in China. In 1993, the Economics Department was founded in the former School of Politics & Law, which soon merged with the Department of Urban Economic Administration into the School of Economics. In May of 2012, the School of Economics & Business Management came into being due to the restructuring of the economics and business management related curricula at the University level.At present, there are six departments in the School, providing six undergraduate programs (i.e. Economics, International Economics & Trade , Business Management, Real Property Operation & Administration, Financial Accounting Education and Financial Engineering) and two interdisciplinary undergraduate programs (i.e. Mathematics-Economics Program and Law-Economics Program), which involve two academic disciplines: economics and management. In addition, the School is now running five academic research centers. As to postgraduate programs, the School now offers one doctoral program(i.e. Economic and Social Statistics) and two master programs of the primary discipline (i.e. Theoretic Economics and Applied Economics), consisting of nineteen master programs of the secondary discipline (i.e. Political Economics, Western Economics, World Economy, International Trade, Business Management, Industrial Economics, Finance, Regional Economics, Labor Economics, Land Resources Administration and etc.) and also two professional master programs (i.e. MBA and MAE). Among them, Political Economics is one of the Key Academic Disciplines in Hubei province and Real Property Operation & Administration is awarded the Renowned Majors of Hubei province. Currently, the School has a total faculty of 75 including 63 teaching faculties, 75% of whom are PH.Ds. Among the 63 teaching faculties are 18 professors, 28 associate professor, 18 lecturers and 38 master mentors, 6 doctoral mentors, 2 winners of the Special Allowances of the National Council and 2 winners of the Ministerial of Education Program for New Centurial Excellent Talents.


Major Number: 472


Major Code:


I. A Brief Introduction to Law Major
The cross-fostering class of CCNU was founded in 2008,it is one of the majors on the compound cross-fostering pilot. Both the law and economics are the hot majors in modern advanced education. Our class base on the highly-qualified teachers coming from the Law School and the Economics and Management School, aims at cultivating the double academic background on law and economics. The students are required to systematically the theoretical knowledge on law and economics, have explosive spirit, that is to say, high-qualified compound talents. Both of the two schools are on the front side of teaching field, providing the most advanced instructions to the students. The objective for setting the major is to provide qualified resource for postgraduates. The majority of graduates are recommended to Renming University of China, China University of Political Science and Law, Nanjing University, Xiamen University and other universities which are on the list of 985,211 for admission in Master Degree on Law or Economics.


II. Educational Objectives
Our major aims at cultivating the specialized ,advanced and compound talents owning good quality on thoughts and academics ,systematically mastering profound knowledge in the theory of laws and skills on legal practice while they have the practical ability, sense of creative and innovation, they can go in for work such as practice, education and research of law in government agencies, enterprises, public institution, and social groups, providing superior source for postgraduates for Law and Economics.


III. Basic Requirements
Graduates of this major are required to systematically master the things as follows: Fundamental theory of law and economics, and relating specialized knowledge, the policies and principles of our Party and nation, the operating principles of market economy, the academic progress of law and economics. They should be equipped with the ability of investigating, analyzing, and operating with the modern means of technique.
The graduates of this major should acquire the knowledge and ability as follows:
1.Owning good thinking and ethical quality, besides, the students should have confidence in themselves, be patient, aesthetic appreciation and always work well with others.
2.Master the fundamental theory and methods on law and economics, the modern methods on analyzing, application on Internet.They should get better acquaintance on the academic progress and outlook from both at home and abroad, get familiar with the policies of our Party and nation, and has relatively strong ability on research.
3.Have creative spirit and the all-life studying ability. The students should search information, then analyze, process, then apply it. Last but not the least, they’d better have scientific thinking methods, habits and creation.
4.Have superior abilities on oral and writing, getting well with others, communicate skillfully with a foreign language.
5. Have healthy physical body and good psychological quality.


IV. Major Courses
Political economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Public Finance, Financial Economics,The History of Economics, Accounting, Advanced Mathematics, Probability and Statistics, Constitutional Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Jurisprudence, Civil Procedure Law, Criminal Procedure Law, Administrative Law, Administrative Procedure Law, Economic Law, International Law.


V. Length of Schooling and Degree
Length of Schooling: 4 years
Degree: Bachelor of Law, Bachelor of Economics

VI. Distribution of Credits

Semester

Course Type

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Total

Percentage

%

Common Courses (Required)

7

5

11

4

/

/

/

/

27

21

General Education (Required)

14

11

3

/

/

/

/

/

28

22

Major Courses (Required)

/

4

7

12

/

/

/

/

23

17

Major Courses (Elective)

Offered

/

/

/

/

59

49

8

6

122

90

Earned

/

/

/

/

22

14

2

2

40

31

General Education (Elective)

/

/

6

6

/

/

/

/

/

12

Subtotal

21

20

27

22

22

14

2

2

130

100

VII. List of Courses

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Minor Course

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Common Courses

Required

33001100

University Sports 1

1

1

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

35000011

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 1

1

2

42

/

/

3

/

1

/

35000012

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 1

1

2

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

34000022

Conspectus of Chinese Modern History

2

2

24

/

8

3

/

1

/

33002100

University Sports 2

2

1

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

35000021

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 2

2

2

42

/

/

3

/

1

/

35000022

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 2

1

2

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

33003100

University Sports 3

3

1

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

35000031

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 3

3

2

42

/

/

3

/

1

/

35000032

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 3

3

2

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

33004100

University Sports 4

4

1

30

/

/

2

/

1

/

34000023

Basic Principles Of Marxism

5

3

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

34000025

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts and Chinese Characterized Socialism Theory System

5

6

48

/

48

3

/

1

/

eneral Education Course

Required

47210001

Leading principles of Law and Economics

1

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40340002

Jurisprudence

1

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210001

Political Economics

1

3

48

/

24

4

/

1

40340005

Constitutional Law

1

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

31002012

Advanced mathematics B1

1

3

48

/

24

4

/

1

/

40340014

Civil Law

1

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40340015

Pandect of Criminal Law

2

3

48

/

24

3

/

1

31002022

Advanced mathematics B2

2

3

48

/

26

6

31002012

1

20210002

Microeconomics

2

3

46

2

23

3

/

1

40340006

Administrative Law

2

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210003

Macroeconomics

3

3

46

2

23

3

/

1

Elective

Art and Humanities

Free Elective Courses include courses in Art and Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. Students are required to earn at least 12 credits for General Education Elective, and the 12 credits should not include their major courses, but can be credits earned for their minor courses.

Social Sciences

Natural Sciences

Specialized Course

Required

40340008

Civil Procedure Law

2

2

32

/

16

2

40340014

1

40310012

Civil Law II

2

2

32

/

16

2

40340014

1

40310005

Administrative Procedure Law

3

2

32

/

16

2

40340006

1

40320006

The theory of Criminal Law

3

1

16

/

8

2

40340015

1

/

40340009

Criminal Procedure Law

3

2

32

/

/

2

40340015

1

20210004

Accounting

3

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210010

Public finance

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40340012

Economic Law

4

2

32

/

16

2

40340014

1

20210006

Finance

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40340011

Commercial Law

4

2

32

/

16

2

40340014

1

40310007

Contract Law

4

2

32

/

/

2

40340014

1

40340007

International Law

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

VIII. List of Cross-fostering Courses

DirectionⅠCross-fostering Courses of Law

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Minor Course

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Cross-

fostering Courses

Requi

red

40310001

Chinese Legal History

5

2

32

/

/

2

/

1

40310006

Marriage and Family Law

5

2

32

/

/

2

40340014

1

40310009

Environment and Resources Protection Law

5

2

32

/

/

2

/

1

40310010

Company Law

5

2

32

/

/

2

40340011

1

40310011

Labor Law and Society Security Law

5

2

32

/

/

2

/

1

40310008

International Economic Law

5

2

32

/

/

2

/

1

40340010

Private International Law

6

2

32

/

/

2

40340014

1

40340013

Intellectual Property Law

6

2

32

/

/

2

40340014

1

Elect

ive

40320003

Foreign legal history

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320005

Legal logic

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320007

Economic Criminal Law

5

1

16

/

/

2

40340015

3

/

40320019

Security Law

5

1

16

/

/

2

40340011

3

/

40320020

Contract law practice

5

1

16

/

/

2

40310007

3

/

40320021

Analysis of administrative law cases

5

1

16

/

/

2

40340006

3

/

40320023

Instruments Law

5

1

16

/

/

2

40340011

3

/

40320024

Clinic of Law

5

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320025

Competition Law

5

1

16

/

/

2

40340012

3

/

40320026

Arbitration Law

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320027

International human rights Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340007

3

/

40320008

Law English

6

2

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320002

Introduction to classics of law

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320010

Criminology

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340015

3

/

40320011

Administrative criminal Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340015

3

/

40320013

Personality right law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340014

3

/

40320014

The State Compensation Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340006

3

/

40320015

Evidence Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340009

3

/

40320028

The International Investment Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40310008

3

/

40320029

Banking Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340012

3

/

40320030

Classic case analysis of Economic Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320031

Tax Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340012

3

/

40320032

International Commercial Arbitration Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320033

Legal document

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320035

Insurance Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

40340011

3

/

40320022

International Civil Procedure Law

7

1

16

/

/

2

40340010

3

/

40320037

Lawyer and notary

7

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320038

Administrative Reconsideration Law

7

1

16

/

/

2

40340006

3

/

40320039

Real estate Law

7

1

16

/

/

2

40340012

3

/

40320040

Consumer Protection Law

7

1

16

/

/

2

40340012

3

/

40320042

Financial Law

7

1

16

/

/

2

40340012

3

/

40320043

Maritime Law

7

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320044

Legal occupation ethics

7

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320034

International Intellectual Property Law

8

1

16

/

/

2

40340013

3

/

40320047

Civil Servant Law

8

1

16

/

/

2

40340006

3

/

40320049

International Financial Law

8

1

16

/

/

2

40310008

3

/

40320050

Trade Secret Law

8

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320051

Legal and culture

8

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

40320052

International Tax Law

8

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/


Direction IICross-fostering Courses of Economics

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Minor Course

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Cross-

fostering Courses

Requi

red

31002051

Linear Algebra A

5

2

32

/

16

3

/

1

20210007

Statistics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

20210008

Experiments in Statistics

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

2

40520003

Development Economics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

30112061

Probability & Statistics A

6

2

32

/

16

3

/

1

40510005

Contemporary Chinese Economy

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40510002

History of Economic Thoughts

6

3

48

/

24

3

/

1

Elect

ive

40510003

China Economic History

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40510004

Foreign Economic History

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40710002

World Economy

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40520001

Industrial Economics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40520002

Regional Economics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

46310004

Financial Engineering

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

46310005

Experiments in Financial Engineering

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

46320001

Financial Market

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

40710003

International Trade

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

46310002

Investment

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

46310003

Experiments in Investment

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

1

40522002

Principles of Insurance

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40721001

Spatial Economics

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

3

/

40720001

Transnational Corporation Operation & Management

5

2

32

/

16

2

80510107

1

40720002

International Marketing

5

2

32

2

16

2

/

1

40722002

International Trade introduction

5

2

32

/

16

2

80720101

3

20210005

Management

6

2

30

2

15

2

/

1

20210009

Econometrics

6

3

38

10

19

3

/

1

46310006

Corporate Finance

6

2

26

6

13

2

/

1

/

40710004

International Finance

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

43621001

Game theory and Information Economics

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40722004

International Trade Practice

6

2

32

/

16

2

80721102

3

/

40722005

Experiment in International Trade Practice

6

1

32

/

16

1

/

3

/

43620008

International Investment

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40622001

Marketing

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40521001

Economics of Entrepreneurship

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

40621005

Strategic Management of Enterprises

6

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

IX. Laboratory and/or Practice Credit Requirement

Name

Credit

In-class experiment course

Experiments in Investment

1

Experiments in Financial Engineering

1

Experiments in Statistics

1

The criminal defense and case analysis

1

The clinic of law

1

Court debate

1

Contract law practice

1

Educational practice or

graduation practice

6

Probation

4

Graduation thesis (Design)

6

Other activities

Moot court

2

Legal and social services

2

X. Community Education

All students in the Economics & Business Management College are required to acquire 3-5 community education credits. All students can acquire the credits in accordance with their own majors and demands in the following ways:

Project

Credits and Illustration

1.Star-ups Management Courses16 in-class hours

1 credit.

2.Concluded National Innovation & Enterprising Project for College StudentA

3 credits for the project director.

2, 1and 0.5 for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd participant respectively.

3.Concluded College Student Research ProjectsB

2 credits for the project director.

1 and 0.5 credit for the 1st and 2nd participant respectively.

4.Concluded College Student Research ProjectsC

1 credits for the project director.

5.Published Research Papers or Books

a. 4 credits for the 1st author, 3 and 2 credits for the 2nd and 3rd author respectively of a published CSSCI paper.

b. 1 credit for the 1st author and 0.5 for the 2nd author of a published paper in the Journal of University Students of CCNU.

c. 1credit for the 1st author of a published paper in an ordinary journal.

d. 4 credits for an independent editor.

e. Co-editing:3, 2 and 1 credit for coediting over 30,000, 20,000 and 10,000 words respectively.

6. College Student Research Awards

a. 3, 2 and 1 credit for the 1st winner of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd provincial prize respectively. 2 and 1 credit for the 2nd and 3rd winner of the 1st prize respectively. 1 and 0.5 credit for the 2nd and 3rd winner of the 2nd prize respectively. 0.5 credit for the 2nd winner of the 3rd prize.

b. 2, 1 and 0.5 credit for the 1st winner of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd CCNU prize respectively. 1 credit for the 2nd winner of the 1st prize. 0.5 credit for the 2nd winner of the 2nd prize.

7.Awards in the Challenge Cup for College Students (including other professional awards at National and Regional Level

a. 3, 2 and 1 credit for the 1st winner of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd national prize respectively. 2, 1 and 0.5 credit for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th participant of the 1st prize respectively. 1 and 0.5 credit for the 2nd and 3rd participant of the 2nd prize respectively. 0.5 credit for the 2nd participant of the 3rd prize.

b. 2, 1 and 0.5 credit for the 1st winner of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd provincial prize respectively. 1 and 0.5 credit for the 2nd, 3rd participant of the 1st prize participant respectively. 0.5 credit for the 2nd participant of the 2nd prize.

8. Profession Certificates Accepted by the Respective Industries

a. 2 credits for a national certified certificate.

b. 1 credit for other professional certificates.

c. Credits for all professional certificates are subject to the affirmation of the expert panels of correspondent departments.

9. Participation in Faculty’s Research Projects

a. The number of participant is subject to the appointment of the project director.

b. The national major research project directors may appoint 5 students and determine the number of the credits each student will gain with no more than 4 credits per person. The national key social science and natural science project directors my appoint 4 students and accredit each of them with no more than 3 credits. The regular national social science and natural science project directors my appoint 3 students and accredit each of them with no more than 2 credits. The provincial social science and natural science project directors my appoint 2 students and accredit each of them with no more than 1 credit. The horizontal research project directors my appoint 1 students and accredit him/her with 0.5 credit.

10. Patents/Applicable New Technology and Appearance Designs (with certificate)

3 credits for the certification of a certain organization.

11.Start-up Practice

2 credits for a start-up with success experience and proof accepted by the College expert panel.

12. Social Practice or Part-time Internship in Vacations

1 credit for no less than 20 hours of all kinds of internship with the certification of the involved organization and confirmation of the College and related University departments.

13.Volunteer Services

1 credit for no less than 20 hours of volunteer services with the certification of the involved organization and confirmation of the College and related University departments.

14.Social Work

1. 1 credit for qualified Student leaders confirmed by the College and related University departments.

2. 1 credit for no less than 20 community hours within 1 year confirmed by the College and related University departments.

15.Skills and Training

a. 3 credits for passing WSKTOEFLGREIELT.

b. 2 credits for non-English majors passing CET 6.

c. 2 credits for TEM 8 certificate.

d. 1 credit for other foreign language certificates.

e. 2 credits for the National Computer Software Rating Examination Certificate

f. 1 credit for NCRE.

g. 2 credits for a dual diploma

h. 2 credits for a minor certificate

16. Industrial Training

1 credit for more than 1 week industrial training with certificate.

17.Others

4 credits for qualification of postgraduate candidates.

XI. Explanations
1. The directions of the major and the requirements of taking elective courses are as follows.
The following courses are suggested for the direction of Law:: Chinese Legal History, Private International Law, International Economic Law, Intellectual Property Law, Labor Law and Society Security Law, Environment and Resources Protection Law.
The cultivating direction of economics, these courses are suggested: Linear Algebra A, Probability & Statistics A, Development Economics, Statistics, Contemporary Chinese Economy, History of Economic Thoughts.
2. In the school of Humanities and arts classes, social science, natural science courses and other general elective courses in at least 12 credit course.
3. The course setting and credit structure of this major see list of courses.
4.The requirements of practical teaching and practice of the major: The practice of professional practice accumulated time more than a year, students’ internship of going overseas are encouraged. The students are expected to complete the graduation thesis, a total of 6 credits. The students use winter and summer vacation or dispersed or concentrated training for 4 weeks, counted 4 college credits; the unified arrangement of practice for 6 weeks, is offered in the sixth semester counted credits of 6; In addition, to encourage students to take courses in law and social service, mock court practice, to obtain the corresponding points.
5.Graduation requirements of the major: Students of this specialty should get the credits as required in the limited time, complete all the practice of experiment teaching, foreign language examination results in line with the requirements of CCNU graduates, the thesis defense, granted graduation. The bachelor degree of economics will be awarded to those who have got 90 basic credits, and 20 credits of the cultivating direction of economics. The bachelor degree of law will be awarded to those who have got 90 basic credits, and 20 credits of the cultivating direction of law. The bachelor degrees of economics and law will be awarded to those who have got 90 basic credits, 20 credits of the cultivating direction of economics, and 20 credits of the cultivating direction of law.


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