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The General Education for undergraduates at the University is both a requirement and a philosophy. Since the 2010
 school year, the design of General Education courses is then divided into three areas, which are Compulsory Curriculum,
 Core  Curriculum, and Liberal Curriculum. Undergraduates must devote courses in the above three areas of the program.
 The details of  three programs are then shown as follows.

  • Compulsory Curriculum 
    • Physical Education, English Conversion and Reading, and Chinese.

  • Core Curriculum
    • Core: Logic and Arguments, and Central Problems in Philosophy.
    • Esthetic: Introduction to Art, Introduction to Chinese Art History, Introduction to Western 
      Art History, and Art History of Taiwan. 
    • Citizenship: Law and Life, and Service Learning.
    • Culture: Explore Taiwan, Introduction of World Civilization History, and Globalization and
       Multi-Culture. 
    • Science: selected Classics in Scientific Literature, Technology and Society, and Introduction to 
      Science History.
    • Ethics: Environmental Ethics, Business Ethics, Legal Ethics, Career Ethics, and Technology 
      Ethics.  

  • Core Curriculum 
    
    
    • Core: Logic and Arguments, and Central Problems in Philosophy.
    • Esthetic: Introduction to Art, Introduction to Chinese Art History, Introduction to Western 
      ArtHistory, and Art History of Taiwan. 
    • Citizenship: Law and Life, and Service Learning.
    • Culture: Explore Taiwan, Introduction of World Civilization History, and Globalization and
       Multi-Culture. 
    • Science: selected Classics in Scientific Literature, Technology and Society, and Introduction to 
      Science History.
    • Ethics: Environmental Ethics, Business Ethics, Legal Ethics, Career Ethics, and Technology 
      Ethics.
      

 

       The philosophy of the program rests on the belief that every graduate should be broadly educated as well
 as trained in a particular academic specialty. To achieve this goal, students need some guidance,which the faculty
 has an obligation to provide.

    Due to the recent development of techniques, the cross-domain learning becomes an important issue. Based on
 this idea, we design six integrated programs to efficiently integrate the department resourceswith General Education
 Center for further macro-human courses.