36 credits include：
- 7 compulsory modules credits
- 29 optional modules credits
(The institute acknowledges cross universities, colleges, and departments units are no more than 6.)
- TOEIC test with 600 above score
- For non-law background students:
Additional 14 credits of law subjects
- For law background students:
1. Choose either one of:
- General physics
- General chemistry
- Introduction to design
- Introduction to computer science
- Introduction to biology
2. Any course relate to industrial development.
- A thesis tutor provides guidance to masters’ students regarding enrollment in specific courses after they begin their masters’ programs. After a thesis advisor is selected, the advisor guides students regarding enrollment in specific courses.
- Before the end of the students’ first year study programs, they are required to submit a “Guidance Consent Form” and choose a thesis advisor.
- In case a graduate student wants to change his/her thesis advisor, he/she is required to obtain permission from the original advisor and dean of the institute.
- Based on the principle of balance, each full-time faculty member of the institute provides guidance to not more than 2 to 4 graduate students in an entire academic year. If a faculty member is required to provide guidance to more than 2 to 4 graduate students, then he/she should obtain approval at the institute’s meeting.
- A masters' student should propose his/her master thesis research plan 4 weeks prior to graduation, and the dates of the final examinations should be held at least 2 months prior to the dates of proposing the master thesis research plan.
- Students should either take off-campus practical research courses or conduct practical services for more than 60 hours in cooperative institutions prior to graduation.
- Thesis publication with certification proof or assist on the publication on NTUT Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Management.