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Humanities’ classes

four years of study

first year

acquisition of basic knowledge and skills needed for study of university

  • general education (31 units)
  • humanities course classes
  • humanities core classes
    • introductory lectures
    • modular classes
    • Subject introductions

second year

acquisition of expert knowledge needed for study of the humanities,and choice of major

  • humanities core classes
    • modular classes
    • Subject introductions
  • courses’ specialist classes (second term)
  • open choice classes

third year

preparation for writing the 4th-year graduation thesis

  • humanities core classes
  • courses’ specialist classes
  • open choice classes
  • general education (1 units)

4th year

culmination of four years’ study

  • graduation thesis

about the curriculum

Having in the first and second year taken general education classes common to all faculties, and humanities core subjects, in the third year you will take classes in the major you have chosen. Core classes consist of introductory lectures, subject introductions, and modular classes. You will have studied widely in the humanities before you begin your major.

year general education classes specialist classes
humanities core classes courses’ specialist classes open choice classes
introductory lectures modular classes Subject introductions
first year 31 units 2 units 10 units 2~6 units 26 units
second year   8 units 12~16 units
third year 1 units 28 units
4th year  
third year
requirement
2 units
58 units (to include the subject introductions for your major)
graduation requirement 32 units 2 units 18 units 18 units 28 units 26 units
92 units

Class title

General education classes

Specialist classes

Humanities core classes

courses’ specialist classes

Classes needed for professional qualifications, etc.

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