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Course Structure and Requirements

 

 

 

Enrolled in2013

Enrolled in2014

Enrolled in2015

Type

 

Course Title

Credits

Course Title

Credits

Course Title

Credits

General

Education

Required

Courses

 

Liberal Education

Course

18

Liberal Education

Course

18

Liberal Education

Course

18

 

 

Chinese

(3,3)

Chinese

(3,3)

Chinese

(3,3)

 

 

English/Foreign

Language

(3,3)

English/Foreign

Language

(3,3)

English/Foreign

Language

(3,3)

General

Education

Required

Courses

 

Total: 30 Credits

Total: 30 Credits

Total: 30 Credits

 

Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

Required

Courses

Freshman

Introductory

Sociology(a)

(3,3)

Introductory

Sociology

(3,3)

Introductory

Sociology

(3,3)

 

 

Social Statistics

(3,3)

Social Statistics

(3,3)

Social Statistics

(3,3)

 

Sophomore

Social Research

Method

(3,3)

Social Research

Method

(3,3)

Social Research

Method

(3,3)

 

 

Social Psychology

(3,0)

Social Psychology

(0,3)

Social Psychology

(3,0)

 

 

Social Organization

(0,3)

Social Organization

(3,0)

Social Organization

(0,3)

 

Junior

Social Theory

(3,3)

Social Theory

(3,3)

Social Theory

(3,3)

 

Senior

 

 

 

Required

Courses

 

Total: 30 Credits

Total: 30 Credits

Total: 30 Credits

Required

Elective

Courses(of the

Department)

 

Elective courses of

the department with

serial numbers starting

with 305, 325

24

Elective courses of

the department with

serial numbers starting

with 305, 325

24

Elective courses of

the department with

serial numbers starting

with 305, 325

24

 

 

Total: 24 Credits

Total: 24 Credits

Total: 24 Credits

Required

Elective

Courses

(one of the two)

Freshman

Cultural

Anthoropology(c)/

General Psychology

3

Cultural

Anthoropology(c)/

General Psychology

3

Cultural

Anthoropology(c)/

General Psychology

3

Required

Elective

Courses

(two of the three)

Sophomore

Introduction to

Legal Science/

Introduction to

Political Science/

Economics(a)

(3,3)

Introduction to

Legal Science/

Introduction to

Political Science/

Economics(a)

(3,3)

Introduction to

Legal Science/

Introduction to

Political Science/

Economics(a)

(3,3)

 

 

Total: 9 Credits

Total: 9 Credits

Total: 9 Credits

General

Elective

Courses

 

Other elective courses

35

Other elective courses

35

Other elective courses

35

 

 

Total: 35 Credits

Total: 35 Credits

Total: 35 Credits

Total

 

128 Credits

128 Credits

128 Credits

Credits not

calculated

into credits

require for

graduation

 

Online English Program

(I)(II)

0

Online English Program

(I)(II)

0

Online English Program

(I)(II)

0

 

 

Student Service Education

(I)(II)(III)

0

Student Service Education

(I)(II)(III)

0

Student Service Education

(I)(II)(III)

0

 

 

Physical Education

(I)(II)(III)(IV)

0

Physical Education

(I)(II)(III)(IV)

0

Physical Education

(I)(II)(III)(IV)

0

In order to provide students with more options to choose courses, our department designed a curriculum which
including some required courses, and diverse elective courses. The chart below is courses provided in latest 3 years(2013-2015).

 

Sociology of

Politics

Social Inequality

(including race/gender/class)

Theory and Culture

Economics, Organization and

Work (including Sociology of Development)

Technology and Society

Others

Curriculum

Credit

Curriculum

Credit

Curriculum

Credit

Curriculum

Credit

Curriculum

Credit

Curriculum

Credit

Deliberative

Democracy

and Civic Participation

(2015-1)

3

Educational Sociology

(2013-1)

3

Sociology of Body

(2014-2)

3

Disaster and Society

(2013-2)

3

Design and Society

(2013-2)/

3

Animal and Society

(2014-1)

3

Political Sociology

(2014-1)

(2013-1)

3

Ethnography of

Urban Underclass: Selected Readings

(2014-2)

3

Seminar on Culture

and Society in

Contemporary

China

(2014-1)

3

Economic Sociology(I)

(2014-2)

 

3

Digital Game Culture

(2015-1)

3

Confucius: a Sociological Approach

(2015-1)

3

Sociology of

Citizenship

(2013-2)

3

Sociology of Gender

(2014-1)

3

Love and Social Theories

(2014-1)

3

Economic Sociology(II)

(2013-1)

3

Medical Sociology

(2014-1)

3

Environmental

Sociology

(2014-2)

3

Sociology of Law

(2015-1)

(2014-1)

(2013-1)

3

Total Institutions

(2014-1)

3

Selected Readings

on Contemporary

Culture and Society

in Taiwan

(2014-1)

3

Innovation and Design

of Socio-economic

Organizations

(2014-2

3

Science and Technology

Studies(I)

(2013-1)

(2014-2)

3

Food and Society

(2014-2)

(2013-1)

3

 

 

Drugs & Addiction

Studies: Perspectives

of Social Research and Cultural Studies

(2013-2)

3

Popular Culture and East Asian Society

(2013-2)

3

Population:

Issues and Research

(2014-2)

3

Science and Technology

Studies(II)

(2015-1)

3

Judicial Reform

in Taiwan:

Theories and Praxis

(2014-1)

3

 

 

 

 

Sociology of the

Saints and Sages

(2013-2)

3

Seminar on Problems

of Capitalism

(2015-1)

3

 

 

Public Sociology: Writing

(2014-1)

(2013-1)

3

 

 

 

 

Sociology of Music

(2013-2)

3

Sociology of

Management

(2015-1)

3

 

 

Research Methods

and Data Analysis

(2014-1)

3

 

 

 

 

Sociology of Humor

(2013-1)

3

  Sociology of

Globalization

(2014-2)

3

 

 

Social Change

in Taiwan:

a Historical &

Comparative

Perspective

(2013-1)

3

 

 

 

 

Sociology of Culture(I)

(2013-1)

3

Sociology of

Development

(2013-2)

(2015-1)

3

 

 

Social Research Practice

(2014-2)

1

 

 

 

 

Sociology of

Every Day Life

(2013-1)

3

Study of

Social Networks

(2013-1)

3

 

 

The Practice and Reflexivity

of Public Sociology

(2015-1)

3

 

 

 

 

Visual Sociology

(2014-2)

3

Welfare Demography

(2014-2)

(2013-2)

3

 

 

Urban Sociology

(2014-1)

(2013-2)

3

 

 

 

 

History of

Social Thoughts

(2013-1)

3

Work and Labor

Market

(2013-2)

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sociology of Religion:

selected Readings

(2015-1)

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sociology of Reflexivity

(2013-2)

3