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Learning Regulations of the National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism
 
Extracted from the Learning Regulations of the National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism, Chapter 4
Chapter 1 Enrollment
   
Article 58: Students who have obtained a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent educational level of qualification, graduated from an active department from a public or registered private university, independent college, overseas university or independent college that is recognized and prescribed by the Ministry of Education, after being admitted by the entrance examination of the research institute of our university or by a screening test, shall be enrolled into the institute’s master class and get an associate degree. 
  
Chapter 2 Payment, Registration, Election of Courses
 
Article 59: For registration each semester, postgraduates shall pay each expense according to provisions.
Article 60: Postgraduates shall select the thesis topic agreed by their instructing professor in the prescribed time, and register to the Academic Affairs Department (or Continuing Education Department) with the consent of the Research Institute.
 
Chapter 3 Term of Study, Credits and Achievement
 
Article 61: The term of master class study is from one to four years. For the in-service postgraduates who fail to complete the prescribed courses within the term of study, or fail to finish the thesis, the term of study shall be extended by one year in the case of special circumstances.
Article 62: The total number of credits of postgraduates shall be determined by each institute. Postgraduates in a master’s program shall complete 24 general credits and 6 thesis credits. Students can study the courses that are open during the graduate academic year with the approval of the institute’s director for the sake of research requirement, which is limited to six credits. However, the earned credits shall not be included in the minimum required credits of the institute.
Article 63: The earned credits of postgraduates in each semester shall not be less than six credits or more than eighteen credits.
 Article 64: The full academic result of postgraduates is one hundred, with a minimum of seventy to pass. Failed subjects will not be allowed for re-examination. Failed compulsory subjects shall be retaken.
Article 65: The master degree examination of postgraduates adopts oral test as a principle part of the exam. The examination measures shall be further stipulated and implemented after reported to the Ministry of Education to be reviewed and ratified.
 
Chapter 4 Asking for Leave, School Suspensions, Resumption of Study, Withdrawal 
     
Article 66The punishment for postgraduates who ask for leave, are suspended from school, resume their studies, withdraw or violate school regulations shall be implemented in line with the relevant provisions of the learning regulations. 
Article 67
A postgraduate will be forced to withdraw, if the academic results meet one of the following conditions:
       1. Fail to complete the courses and credits when the study term expires.  
       2. Fail to pass the degree examinationnot confirm to the re-examining rules or fail again after one re-examination.
       3. Apart from the thesis, absent from all semester examinations of courses in the semester or receive zero points in all semester grades.
 
Chapter 5 Graduation, Academic Degree
  Article 68: Postgraduates who conform to the following provisions shall be approved to graduate:
       1. Complete the required courses and credits within the prescribed period.
       2. Pass the examination for master degree which is set by this university.
       3. The operation results are all qualified for each semester.
       4. Be in line with the relevant provisions of Chinese ability checkup, make-up provisions of relevant certificates and basic courses etc.
 
Article 69: The master’s program graduate who satisfies the abovementioned  article, is awarded a degree certificate by the university and granted a master’s degree.
   
Note:
1. The credit fees paid by students are calculated by class hours.
2. The dress and appearance of postgraduates shall conform to the provisions stipulated by the Student Affairs Department.
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