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    Undergraduate program

    Credits Needed for Graduation: B.A. Program

    1. Complete 128 credits as following:

     (1) Common courses offered by NTNU: 28 credits

     (2) Required courses offered by DEAS B.A. program: 30 credits

     (3) Elective courses offered by DEAS B.A. program: 45 credits

          B.A. students should choose from eithergroup ACulture and Its Application  
          or group BPolitics, Economics and Regional Development  to be their main group. 

          Once the main group is decided, the other one would be the minor group.

              i. Pre-Intermediate (Freshmen and Sophomore year) : 24 credits (8 courses)

                      Major group: at least 5 Courses. 

             Minor group: at least 3 Courses.  

             ii. Advanced (Junior year and Senior year): 21 credits. (7 courses)

                      Major group: at least 6 Courses. 

              Minor group: at least 1 Courses.

     (4) Free credits: 25 credits



    2. Course Structure

     

    Group ACulture and Its Application

    Group BPolitics, Economics and Regional Development

     


    Freshman Year <
    Pre-intermediate>

    Semester

    Required Course

    Elective Course

    Group A

    Group B

    1st Sem.

    Regional Culture of Northeast Asia (3)

     
    Political Science (3)

    Critical Thinking and Writing (3)


    Comparison of Chinese and Japanese Culture (3)

    Creative City and Marketing (3)

     

     

    Taiwanese Politics and Economy (3)

    Social Change in East Asia (3)
     

    American Foreign Policy (3)

    Statistics (3)

     

    2nd Sem.

    Methodology of Humanities (3)

     

    Principle of Economics (3)

    Traditional Chinese Literature and East Asian Culture (3)

    Cultural Heritage in East Asia (3)

    East Asian Confucianism and Its Modern Challenges (3)

    Origins and Developments of Chinese Thoughts (3)

    East-West Cultural Encounter (3)

    Introduction to International Organizations (3)

    An Introduction to Globalizing Politics and Economy (3)

    Statistics (3)

    Politics and Economy in Japan (3)

     

    Semester

    Free Electives (Language courses)

     
     

    1st Sem.

    Elementary Korean (I)

    Elementary Japanese (I)

     

    2nd Sem.

    Elementary Korean (II)

    Elementary Japanese(II)

     

     

     

     

    Sophomore Year <Pre-intermediate>

    Semester

    Required Course

    Elective Course

    Group A

    Group B

    1st Sem.

    Introduction to East Asian Literature (3)

    International Politics (3)

    Statistical Methods in Social Sciences (3)

    Modern Chinese Literature and East Asian Culture (3)

    The history and personages of Japan (3)

    Korean History and Historical Figures (3)

    Modernization and Development of East Asian Cities (3)

    Management and Promotion for Cultural Creative Industry (3)

    Taiwan Policy of China and Cross Strait Relations (3)

    Economic Power and Foreign Policy (3)

    Post WWII Japanese diplomacy and defense policy (3)

    Micro-Economics (3)

    Democratization in East Asia (3)

    2nd Sem.

    Regional Culture of Southeast Asia (3)

    Statistical Methods in Social Sciences (3)

     

     

    Introduction to Cultural Industry (3)

    East Asian Zen Buddhist Culture (3)

    Modern Chinese Literature and East Asian Culture (3)

    History of Northeast Asia Cultural Spirit (3)

    Theories and Practices in Regional Studies (3)

    Global Governance (3)

    Macroeconomics (3)

    Constitutional Democracy and Rule of Law (3)

    Political Party and Election in Taiwan (3)

     

    Semester

    Free Electives (Language courses)

     
     

    1st Sem.

    Intermediate Korean (I)

    Intermediate Japanese (I)

     

    2nd Sem.

    Intermediate Korean (II)

    Intermediate Japanese(II)

     

     

     

     

    Junior Year <Advanced>

    Semester

    Required Course

    Elective Course

    Group A

    Group B

    1st Sem.

    Introduction of East-Asian Sinology (3)

     

    Development of Chinese Politics and Economy (3)

    Modern East Asian Thought : Selected Readings (3)

    Immigration and Culture in East Asia (3)

    Introduction to Woman Literature in East Asia (3)

    Confucianism and Globalizing Political-Economic Context (3, BA/MA)

    Theory and Practice for Cultural Tourism (3, BA/MA)

    Origins and Developments of Chinese Thoughts (3)

    Chinese Thinkers and Thoughts since the Beginning of the Republic (3)

     

    East Asia Political-Economical Simulation and Theory (3)

    Operation of Taiwanese Enterprises in East Asia (3)

     

    International Relation and Security in the East Asian Region (3)

    International Trade Theory and Practice (3)

    Political Economy in Korean Peninsula (3)

    East Asia Political-Economical Simulation and Game Theory (3)

    2nd Sem.

     

    Religious Literature in East Asia (3)

     

    Modern Culture in Southeast Asia (3)

     

    Western Learning and Modern China (3, BA/MA)

     

    China in the Illustrations of Early Modern European Publications (3, BA/MA)

     

     

    Independent Study Projects (I) (3)

    Multinational Corporation Management Strategies (3)

    Social Changes in Modern China (3)

    Politics and Economics in Southeast Asia (3)

     

     

     

     

    Senior Year <Advanced>

    Semester

    Required Course

    Elective Course

    Group A

    Group B

    1st Sem.

     

    Myths and Legends in East Asia (3)

    Practical Cultural Industry (3)

    Independent Study Projects (II) (3)

     

    The PRC’s Foreign Strategy (3)

    Understanding South China Sea Disputes (3, BA/MA)

    2nd Sem.

     

    New Media, Writing and Social Communication (3, BA/MA)

    Comparative Literature: East and the West (3)

     

    Digital Humanities (3, BA/MA)

     

    Studies in Taiwan's Diplomacy (3)

     

    Public International Law (3)

     

     



     

    Semester Information for B.A. Program
    Semester of Admission
    Application Deadline for Admission
    Beginning of Semester
    End of Semester
    Vacation
    Fall-term
    Around March 15
    September
    January
    Winter vacation:
    January ~ February
    Spring-term
    Around October 31
    February
    June
    Summer vacation:
    End of June ~
    Early September
    Deadline/dates may vary from year to year, therefore please refer to the Admission Prospectus for the latest updates.

    Curriculum Structure: Undergraduate Program

     

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