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Curriculum

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Bachelor


Requirements for a B.A. in Chinese:

Students must complete 139 course credits, including 95 credits from required courses, 20 credits from elective Chinese literature courses, and 24 credits from elective courses.

A0104 History of Chinese Literature I (2/2): This course is designed to arouse students’ interest in Chinese literary works by exploring the history, characteristics, and styles of Chinese literature.
 
A0105 History of Chinese Literature II (2/2): This course provides an introduction to the interaction between literary development and socio-political factors in different periods of history and a study of the formation of literary styles and characteristics.
 
A0149 Wen Sin Tiau Lung (2/2): This course provides a theoretical framework to explain the meaning and value of the famous Chinese literary work The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons.
 
A0150 Chinese Paleography (2/2): This course focuses on the study of the structure of Chinese characters.
 
A0168 Introduction to Literature (2/2): This course introduces some basic concepts of literature, as well as Chinese and Western literary theory and criticism to develop students’ competence in appreciating and critiquing literary works.
 
A0175 Japanese (II) (2/2): This course exposes students to various aspects of Japanese culture and teaches basic Japanese vocabulary and sentence structure. It trains students in the basic areas of “listening,” “speaking,” “reading,” and “translation.”
 
A0294 Chinese Bibliography and Edition (2/2): In this course, students will study the Chinese version of the classical learning and science catalogues.
 
A0380 The Poetry of Li Shang Yin (2/2): This course centers around three primary topics: 1) An introduction to Li Shang Yin; 2) Exploring how Li Shang Yin’s poems gained renown throughout the Chinese-speaking population; 3) Learning how to read and interpret Li Shang-yin poems and analyzing his poetic style.
 
A0384 Children’s Literature (2/2): This course offers an introduction to renowned authors and works in the area of contemporary children’s literature.
 
A0562 Hsun Tsu (2/0): This course can be divided into three sections: (1) Understanding the doctrines and historical evaluations of Xun Zi. (2) An analysis of Xun Zi’s famous interpretation of certain texts and ideas (3) Modern interpretations of “Xun Zi”—reviews and reflections.
 
A0563 Chinese Semantics(2/2): This course offers an introduction to exegetical methods, regulations, semantic analysis, and classical annotation style.
 
A0589 Introduction to Chinese (2/2): This course offers an introduction to Chinese culture and literature.
 
A0713 Shih Ching (2/2): This course will explore the well-known poetry classic ‘the Book of Songs’. It is a year-long course that is divided into two semesters. In this unit, we will focus on: (1) A general overview of the Book of Songs; (2) A chapter-by-chapter breakdown of this classic to explore the meaning of Chinese culture and observe the social context at the time as compared with modern society.
 
A0715 Readings in Chinese Poetry (2/2): Through analysis of ancient Chinese poetry and classical poetry, students will be able to grasp the spirit of classical poetry and its cultural landscape and thus gain a basic understanding of classical Chinese poetry.
 
A0804 Yueh-Fu Poetry (2/2): Yueh-Fu Poetry is a general term referring to Chinese folk songs that contain verse poetry. In ancient times, the term “Yueh Fu” denoted the government agency responsible for composing and performing folk music. However, throughout the ages, Yueh Fu verse poetry has been a popular source of entertainment. This course will cover 10 to 15 topics designed to allow students to appreciate and analyze the characteristics of Yueh Fu poetry and verse writing skills.
 
A0828 Selected Readings in Chinese Literature (I) (2/2): Based on the dignified characteristics of the self-description of “Le Zui” and the hardship of trained procedures, it broke up the superstition of fortune-telling and the fear of death, and thus developed the philosophy of life and death.
 
A0829 Selected Readings in Chinese Literature (II) (2/2): This course offers an introduction to Pian Wen in the Six Dynasties and an in-depth analysis of Chao Ming's Literary Anthology and its influence on the history of literature.
 
A0852 Chinese Phonology (2/2): Through the phonology of the media, students will be able to recognize and understand the language of the phonological structure, phonology books, audio systems, understand the link between dialects using phonology, and to appreciate the beauty of Chinese literature.
 
A0991 History of Chinese Philosophy I (2/2): This course surveys the origin and development of Chinese philosophy, tracing the spirit and value of Chinese culture.
 
A0992 History of Chinese Philosophy II (2/2): This course surveys the origin and development of Chinese philosophy and traces the spirit and value of Chinese culture. It is a continuation of ‘History of Chinese Philosophy I’.
 
A0992 History of Chinese Philosophy II (2/2): This course surveys the origin and development of Chinese philosophy and traces the spirit and value of Chinese culture. It is a continuation of ‘History of Chinese Philosophy I’.
 
A1214 A Dream of Red Mansion (0/2): "Dream of Red Mansions" is the culmination of China as a classical novel, course will focus on Rong Fu's family history and Qing Dynasty Social history, or works for a variety of discussions humanity.
 
A1227 Chinese Editing and Interviewing (2/2): Training of critical thinking and news writing is practiced in this course, so as to help students develop concepts of interviewing and news editing.
 
A1376 Expression in Spoken and Written Chinese (3/0): This course is designed to enhance students’ ability to speak and write Chinese by analyzing theories and case studies, and taking part in exercises and discussions.
 
A1487 Composition (2/0): This course aims to teach Creative, words, text, structure, composition training.
 
A1638 Hsi Ch’u—Selections (2/2): This course aims to guide students in studying various works of classical Chinese drama.
 
A1783 Folk Culture and Chinese Literature (2/2): To enable students to understand the relevance of US folklore philology, andthus lead to interest in folklore and ancient and modern biography Gong for
Literature.
 
A2021 Modern Poems and Creation (2/2): This course focuses ontheinterpretation and
comprehension of modern poems and poetry writing.
 
A2022 Grammar and Rhetoric (2/2): This course provides analyses of semantics, syntax, and common idioms.
 
A2142 The Study of Literature and Art Edit (2/0): The Editing actual editing and publishing application among fields and mining group Implementing way, from the actual production of Planning and knowledge to understand the science and practicality literary editor.
 
A2333 A Subject’s Program and Interview (0/2): This course introduces to students how to planning and copy writing theory, writing about tactics and procedures.
 
A2458 The Selected Readings of English Sinology Writings (2/0): This course introduces to students some Chinese writings translated into English. They are, chronologically, The Analects of Confucius, Tang poetry, Tang and the Ming Chinese short stories, as well as articles concerning modern literature in the May-forth period.
 
A2516 Introduction to Mandarin Chinese (0/2): This course is an introduction to some important theories and techniques in teaching Chinese as a second language.
 
A2517 Modern Chinese Literature and Thought (2/2): This course explores the contents, features and trends of art and literature and explains the relationship between literature and human lives.
 
A2518 Introruction to Chinese Drama (2/2): The goals of this course are to introduce students to the Chinese drama, including its history, art forms and etc.; to obtain basic knowledge about
the Chinese drama.
 
A2535 Reading and Writing in Chinese Poetry (2/2): This course will focus on music literature, a state of mind literature, research Ci characters, scenes, emotional types of change, and the mood of general characteristics.
 
A2625 Poetry, Calligraphy, Painting and Cultural Creative Industry (0/2): This course describes the relevance of poetry painting to contemporary times and how to help influence fashion culture. It combines creative content with industry and traditional arts to equip students with extensive knowledge in the area of arts.
 
A2626 Introduction to Creative Sinology Industry (0/2): This course introduces students to poetry and painting as relevant to current life and their potential to become the art of living of the times, and open up a new fashion culture. This course focuses on linking creative products of traditional culture and arts with industry, and thereby allowing for further social development.
 
A2741 The Legend of Tang Dynasty (0/2): This course aims to explore the ancient Chinese literature, characteristics, achievements and influence on later literature and carry out the question. At the same time, is on various times in the context of social development, the interpretation of literary works of all times, the writer, in the social and cultural value and meaning in order to find the interpretation of literary development of the law, so as to inspire the spirit of rheological master of
contemporary literature.
 
A2791 English for Sinology (2/2):The course took the pupils to read English for sinology and describes the basic knowledge of sinology.
 
A2792 Applied Mandarin Writing (2/0): The course is a thorough lectures Introductory description contents prose, plays, publishing and other fields, and by practical exercises and operations Writing on promotion and skills.
 
A2794 The Chinese Mythology (0/2): "Myth" concept since the early 20th century, introduced by Chinese scholars studying abroad in Japan and has been for more than 100 years, increasingly thorough myth of text data. To cultivate students ' thinking of ancestors and ancient social and cultural understanding, and to inspire the imagination and creativity of students, offering this course.
 
A3390 Basic Calligraphy (1/1): This course will focus on calligraphy teaching and writing exercises. In this semester students will review and strengthen official script of the Han Bei and the Han Dynasty; and practice line, cursive, and relevant information.
 
A3391 Advanced Calligraphy (2/0): This course takes calligraphy fundamentals as a cornerstone and explores further various types of calligraphy. This course uses textbooks dealing with traditional calligraphy theory to enable students to associate theory with practice in their creation of contemporary calligraphy.
 
A3394 Introduction to Modern Popular Novels (2/2): The main purpose of this course is to introduce students to basic knowledge regarding popular novels in the modern era and the Qing Dynasty. This basic knowledge includes an examination of the definition, history, and works of the era.
 
A3513 Shi Shu (2/2): Through this course, students will learn about basic Confucian moral principles.
 
A6036 Modern Drama (2/2): The course aims to explore the development of modern drama, and introduced representatives troupe works.
 
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