List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2018, Four-Year Program, General Education Center, Liberal Arts Education-Society & Philosophy

YearSemesterRequired
Elective
Course IDCourse NameCreditsHoursLevelNote
1 1 1410044 Economic Changes and development 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410049 Gender Studies 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410054 Study of Contemporary Social Problems 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410056 Industrial Economics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410064 Philosophy of Life 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410068 Interpersonal Relationship 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410069 Introduction to Social Science 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410071 Career Development and Choice 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410072 Group Therapy for Personal Growth 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410076 Logic 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410087 Time Science 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410090 Environmental Education 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410106 Media and Society 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410108 The History of Chinese Philosophy 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410118 Religion and Life 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410135 Changing Society 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410142 Psychology of Life 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410164 English Proverbs And Human Relationships 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410171 Philosophy introduction 2.0 2 @
1 1 1410173 The Open Society and Education 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410175 Marriage and Family 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410192 Communication Management 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410194 Technological Law & Ethics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410201 An Introduction to Philosophy of Ecology 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410205 Crime and Prevention 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410210 Lecture on Erudition & Refinement(II) 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410213 Philosophy of Mind 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410214 Philosophy of Sicence 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410215 Philosophy of Biology 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410217 Buddhism and life 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410230 Contemporary Management 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410231 Life Education 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410233 Labor Problems and Labor Disputes 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410237 Philosophical Psychology 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1410239 An Introduction to the study of Consciousness 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1413001 Introduction to Ethics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1413002 Engineering Ethics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1413003 Professional Ethics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1413004 Business Ethics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1413005 Social Philosophy 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1413006 Engineering Ethics and Industrial Safety 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415001 Introduction to Economics 2.0 2 @
1 1 1415002 Introduction to sociology 2.0 2 @
1 1 1415004 Clash and Symbiosis of Globalization 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415005 Introduction to Investment 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415006 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415007 Positive Psychology 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415008 Management for Social Enterprise 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415009 Introduction to Leadership 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415011 Greater China Economic Circle 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415012 Media, Business and Politics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415013 Photography and Society 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415014 Gender, Technology and Globalization 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415015 Introduction to Social Psychology 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415016 Labor Images in Contemporary Taiwan Society 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415017 Workplace Ethics 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415018 Producing Labor Documentaries 2.0 2 @ @
1 1 1415019 Finance in daily life 2.0 2 @ @

Note :
"Liberal arts courses" (18 credits) are divided into "core curriculum" and "elective curriculum. "In the "core curriculum," students are required to complete the learning of five dimensions, and there will be three courses in each dimension so that students can take one (*Philosophy introduction, Introduction to sociology, and Introduction to Economics are the core curriculum).
In the "elective curriculum, each student has eight credits available to freely take courses among the six dimensions.