Curriculum

IMCCI Course Structure

The Program is built around three key areas: Arts and Humanities Core Theories, Arts and Contemporary Issues, and their application in Knowledge of International Business Management theories and practice.

We investigate crucial studies in Critical Theories, Performativity and Corporeality, and Curatography. Some topics in our Arts and Contemporary Issues courses include Contemporary Art in Taiwan and Beyond, Performing Arts in Taiwan and Beyond, Global Indigeneity, Fieldwork in Art, Critical Ecology, Socially Engaged Art, and Art and Anthropocene, with applications in Curatorial Practice, Art Marketing Strategies, Art Organization Management, Art Exhibition and Event Practice, and Cultural Policy.

~ Required Courses (4 Credits) ~

  1. Research Methods – 2 Credits
  2. Independent Study 1 & 2 (1 Credit each semester)

~ Elective Courses (27 Credits) ~

Arts and Humanities Core Courses (Minimum 6 Credits / 2 courses)

  1. Critical Theories and Creative Communication – 3 credits
  2. Studies of Corporeality and Performativity – 3 credits
  3. Cultural Politics and Cultural Policy – 3 credits
  4. Additional Courses

Art Management Core Courses (Minimum 5 Credits / 2 courses)

  1. Art Marketing Strategies – 3 Credits
  2. Cultural and Art Organization Management – 3 Credits
  3. Festival and International Networking – 3 Credits
  4. Art Exhibition and Curatorial Practice – 3 Credits
  5. Crafts and Curation – 2 Credits
  6. Museum Education Practice – 2 Credits
  7. Additional Courses

Arts and Contemporary Issues (Minimum 9 Credits / 3 courses)

  1. Contemporary Art in Taiwan and Beyond – 3 Credits
  2. Performing Arts in Taiwan and Beyond – 3 Credits
  3. Global/Local Indigeneity Seminar – 3 Credits
  4. Heritage: From Tradition to Living – 3 Credits
  5. Fieldwork in Art – 3 Credits
  6. Critical Ecology – 3 Credits
  7. Art and Anthropocene Seminar – 3 Credits
  8. Art and Future Technology Seminar – 3 Credits
  9. Additional Courses

Electives (Minimum 6 Credits)

  1. Internship – Maximum 2 credits / 1 credit each semester
  2. Others – 4 to 6 Credits (courses offered by other departments / schools / universities)

~ IMCCI Study Guidelines ~

  1. Elective classes taught in Chinese (including credited courses) – Maximum 6 credits.
  2. Transferring of elective courses from a different major / other universities – Maximum 6 credits.
  3. Minimum one publication – Either to be presenting in a public seminar or to be publishing in a journal.

*  Introductory Mandarin language classes are offered at two levels, however, these language classes will not be counted toward the IMCCI MA degree.

(updated in June 2019)


* Total Graduation Requirement – 31 Credits *

Credits: 31 Credits Program  

Duration: 2 Years (full-time) | 4 Years (part-time)

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