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Degree Programs

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Master’s and Doctoral

Doctoral
  Curriculum Planning for the department is divided into five categories, as follows: Philology, Literature, Philosophy, History, Teaching Practicum. Courses are complete and substantial. There is a uniformed distribution of teachers according to expertise; more than 90% of the teachers are professors or associate professors and they are mostly outstanding in their field of expertise.

  Education goal for Ph.D. students: 
  1. Deepen understanding towards traditional contexts, increase cultural understanding and ability to elaborate on them, emphasizing cultural values. 
  2. Familiarise the development of philosophical thoughts, increase the ability of critical thinking and interpretation, seeking cultural spirit. 
  3. Study and master the changes in literature development. Make use of literary theories to explore literary aesthetic. 
  4. Increase language literacy and professional accomplishment, combining theories and practicum, to understand the language structure. 
  5. Improve Professional knowledge and Teaching Skills in Secondary School teachers.

  There are many channels of enrolment into Ph.D. classes, and they possess international cultures characteristics. There are international students, sister school’s students, double degree students and visiting students. This allows us to create a learning environment suitable for international academic exchanges.




Master’s
  Curriculum Planning for the department is divided into five categories, as follows: Philology, Literature, Philosophy, History, Teaching Practicum. Courses are complete and substantial. There is a uniformed distribution of teachers according to expertise; more than 90% of the teachers are professors or associate professors and they are mostly outstanding in their field of expertise.

  Characteristics of professors’ expertise and courses:
  1. Great emphasis on all courses. Equal standing for philosophical, literature and history courses.
  2. Variety of courses, both traditional and modern; consisting of studies in Ancient Chinese and modern prose, poetry etc.…
  3. Wide international perspective, good teachers.

  There are many channels of enrolment into Masters’ courses, and they possess international cultures characteristics. There are international students, sister schools’ students, double degree students and visiting students. This allows us to create a learning environment suitable for international academic exchanges. 
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