As indicated in the following table, the Master Degree Program in Management includes three disciplines, each with its own research concentration. For each discipline, the School requires social practice, academic research training, and thesis. Students must obtain 47 credits, including 37 credits for courses, 2 credits for social practice, 2 credits for academic research training, and 6 credits for their theses. The School’s flexible semester system allows students to graduate in three to five academic years. Those who have obtained all the required credits and met all the requirements early are allowed to apply for early thesis defense and graduation.