List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2021, Four-Year Program, Department of English

YearSemesterRequired
Elective
Course IDCourse NameCreditsHoursLevelNote
1 1 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 1 / 4 ”@
1 1 ”µ 1101006 All-Out Defense Education 0.0 1 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”µ 1400027 English in Practice 2.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”µ 1400098 First step to achieving the goals of universities 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”µ 1400099 Service Learning 0.0 1 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”µ 1404006 Chinese 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”µ 1420002 College designated dimension curriculum”GSocial and Rules of Law 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¶ 5401101 English Conversation(I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¶ 5401102 Grammar and Rhetoric 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¶ 5401106 Programming Basics 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¶ 5401203 Approaches to Literature 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¶ 5402100 Journalistic English & Listening Training (I) 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¹ 5401104 Phonetics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¹ 5401205 Contemporary Popular Fiction 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¹ 5401206 The Acquisition and Application of Advanced English Lexical Use 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 2 / 4 ”@
1 2 ”µ 1101006 All-Out Defense Education 0.0 1 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”µ 1400027 English in Practice 2.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”µ 1400100 Campus Custodial Services 0.0 1 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”µ 1404007 Practical Application of Chinese Language 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”µ 1420002 College designated dimension curriculum”GSocial and Rules of Law 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¶ 5401201 English Conversation (II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¶ 5401202 Basic English Writing 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¶ 5402200 Journalistic English & Listening Training (II) 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¶ 5403104 Introduction to Linguistics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¹ 5401105 Syntax 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¹ 5401204 Literature for Children and Young Adults 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¹ 5401207 Principles, practices, and applications of articulatory phonetics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¹ 5401209 Introduction to Global Englishes 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 3 / 4 ”@
2 1 ”µ 1420003 College designated dimension curriculum”GNature and Science 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”µ 1420004 College designated dimension curriculum”GInnovation and Entrepreneurship 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”µ 14E0002 Diversified English 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”¶ 5401103 Introduction to Western Literature 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¶ 5402102 Intermediate English Writing (I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¶ 5402109 Oral Communication in English 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¶ 5402207 Applied Linguistics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5402105 English and American Short Stories 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5402107 English for Technology Industry 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5402111 Technology and Language Learning 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5402501 Korean (I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5403504 Japanese (I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5403505 French(I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5403506 Spanish(I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 5403507 German(I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 4 / 4 ”@
2 2 ”µ 1420003 College designated dimension curriculum”GNature and Science 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”µ 1420004 College designated dimension curriculum”GInnovation and Entrepreneurship 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”µ 14E0002 Diversified English 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”¶ 5402103 British and American Literatures and Cultures 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¶ 5402202 Intermediate English Writing (II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¶ 5402211 English Presentation Skills 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5402205 MODERN WESTERN LITERATURE 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5402208 Business Communication in English 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5402209 English Language Teaching & Field Practice 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5402210 Trans-editing of International News 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5402222 Training in Logic and Critical Thinking 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5402502 Korean (II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5403508 Japanese (II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5403509 French(II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5403510 Spanish(II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5403511 German(II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 5422204 Studies in English and American Fiction 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”µ 1420005 Optional dimension curriculum 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”µ 1420006 Optional dimension curriculum 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¶ 5402203 Language Acquisition 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¶ 5403111 Advanced English Writing (I) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¶ 5403113 Public Speaking and Debate 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¶ 5403114 Research Methods and Research Papers 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”ø 1003003 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5403107 Commercial English 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5403115 World Literatures and Cultures in English 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5403512 Korean (III) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5404310 Popular Culture 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5404500 Japanese(¢») 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5404501 French(III) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5404502 Spanish(III) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 5404503 German(III) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”µ 1400029 Internship 2.0 40 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”µ 1420007 Optional dimension curriculum 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 5403210 English Projects in Special Topics (I) 2.0 4 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 5403212 Advanced English Writing (II) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 5403218 Introduction to Chinese-English Translation 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 5404115 Introduction to Chinese-English Interpreting 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”ø 1003004 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5403206 Cultural Studies and Cross-cultural Communication 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5403220 English in Conferences and Escort Services 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5403300 Autonomous Learning 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5403513 Korean (IV) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5404408 English Curriculum Design 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5404411 Business Case Studies in English 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5404504 Japanese (IV) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5404505 French(IV) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5404506 Spanish(IV) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 5404507 German(IV) 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¶ 5404112 English Projects in Special Topics (II) 2.0 4 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”ø 1004001 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404113 Skills and Practicum of Escorting English 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404114 Pragmatics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404210 Internship 9.0 40 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404407 Western Drama 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404422 English Media Language 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404423 Genre Analysis and Translation 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404424 Translation Theory and Practice in the Digital Age 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 5404425 Audiovisual Translation 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”ø 1004002 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404405 Film and Literature 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404421 Shakespeare and Communication 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404426 Introduction to Chinese-English Simultaneous Interpreting 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404427 Advanced Chinese-English Consecutive Interpreting 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404428 Chinese-English Business Interpreting 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404429 Advanced Chinese-English Interpreting 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 5404430 English Proficiency Test Preparation 1.0 1 ”@ ”@

Note :
1.A minimum of 134 credit hours is required for graduation.
2.School-wide required courses: 33 credits; professional required courses: 54 credits; professional elective courses: 47 credits, including credits in one Chinese-English Translation elective course and one Chinese-English Interpretation elective course.
3.For interdisciplinary study, major elective credits are at least 8 credits for inter-departmental or inter-collegiate courses taken before graduation. The same courses cannot be taken twice no matter which department offers them.
4.The following courses must be taken consecutively as they are progressive in nature: Basic English Writing, Intermediate English Writing (I), Intermediate English Writing (II), Advanced English Writing (I), and Advanced English Writing (II). The student is required to take Introduction to Chinese-English Interpretation before taking any of the elective courses on Interpretation Studies.
5.English in the Workplace courses do not count towards the credits required for graduation.
6.Students admitted to the university in the academic year 2009-2010 or after must meet the English language proficiency requirement prior to graduation. Students can refer to the graduation requirements posted on the website of the Office of Academic Affairs.
7.The non-English foreign language courses shall be taken consecutively. Moreover, the following credits shall not be counted towards the credits required for graduation:
(1) non-English foreign language courses (must be the same foreign language) taken in excess of four credit units,
(2) credit units of non-English foreign language courses offered outside of the English Department, and
(3) credit units of any second foreign language course other than those in (1).
8.According to National Taipei University of Technology Course Selection Guidelines for Students, senior undergraduate students may take one graduate-level course if approved. The credits thus acquired will be counted into those of interdepartmental elective courses.
9.Prior to graduation, students are required to take the following five fundamental courses (i.e. the Laying Foundations courses): English Conversation (II), Oral Communication in English, English Presentation Skills, Public Speaking and Debate, and Introduction to Chinese-English Interpreting.
10.Form 5 students (as specified in Article 18.1 of Academic Regulations) should take 12 extra credits of professional elective courses for graduation.
11."Off-campus Internship" may be counted towards specialized elective course (max: 9 credits).
12.A total of 18 credit units of General Education courses is required, 12 credit units of which shall include 4 credits each for Society and Rule of Law, Nature and Science, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
13.Specialization Module courses taken in other departments shall count towards the credits for interdisciplinary study.
14.Students may be allowed to take Programming Basics offered in other departments
15.This list of required courses for graduation is applicable to students admitted in the academic year 2021.