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Learning Plan for General Education Courses

Learning Plan for General Education Courses

 

 

 

he General Education Center is fully responsible for the planning, integration, coordination, and promotion of general education courses, which are divided into scopes of basic abilities and elegance and virtue; basic abilities include language proficiency and sports; teaching subjects under the elegance and virtue are planned in accordance with the fields of “human and nature,” “human and society,” and “culture and art.”

 

 

Table of Analysis

 

General Education Course
Course Title
Basic Ability Course
( (12 credits for the four-year technical program/4 credits and the two-year technical program)
Chinese 1, Chinese 2, Advanced Chinese, English 1, English Listening and Speaking Practice 1, English 2, English 1, English Listening and Speaking Practice 2, Advanced English, High Advanced English, Workplace English, Literature Appreciation, News English, Sports
Basic Ability Course – Sports Course
(one course of basic sports literacy and five courses of healthy sports abilities for the four-year technical program/two courses of healthy sports abilities two-year technical program, respectively)
Basic Sports Literacy, Ball Games, Dance and Yoga, Physical Activities, Physical Activities
Elegance and Virtue Course
Human and Nature
(6 credits for the four-year technical program/2 credits and the two-year technical program)
Information Literacy and Internet Application, Environmental Education, Introduction to Applying Science, Technology and Life, Computer Software Integration and Application
Elegance and Virtue Course
Human and Society
(6 credits for the four-year technical program/2 credits and the two-year technical program)
Introduction to Applying Regulations, Constitution and Human Rights, Legal Ethics and Life, Economy and Life
Elegance and Virtue Course
Culture and Art
(6 credits for the four-year technical program/2 credits and the two-year technical program)
Philosophy and Life, Introduction to Logics, World Civilization, Art and Culture History, Introduction to Contemporary Art, Philosophy and Religion