Courses

  • Practice regulations
  • 1. The total graduate credits is 128, excluding the education program 26 credits.
  • 2. Any student would be allowed to apply the education program according to the official decrees and the relevant regulations of this university.
  • 3. The credits for the student who would complete the Chinese program as the secondary major is 75. Those taking Chinese as the secondary major would get the certification of Chinese teacher have to take the two courses, rhetoric and Mandarin phonetics.
  • 4. From 2014 school year onwards, the students in this department are allowed to take 25 credits of the courses in other departments.
  • 5. From 2014 school year onwards, the students graduating from a 5-year junior college system should take 12 credits the courses including: Chuang-Tzu, Han Fei-Tzu, Ancient Classical Chinese Poetry, Selected Classical Novels, the Introduction to Chinese Linguistics, Mandarin phonetics and the oral expression art.
  • 6. The detailed information of the courses of this semester, please refer to the website:
    http://courseap.itc.ntnu.edu.tw/acadmOpenCourse/index.jsp

       
      ※The department approves the credits of the one complete English course of the College of Liberal Arts Oral History as Research Method and Research Field, but related course selection regulations of the university and the department must be complied with. (The regulation of the department: Since the 2014 academic year the department has allowed undergraduates to take 25 credits of elective courses from other departments as graduation credits.)

Requirements

  • Master: The number of credit units needed for graduation is 36.
  • Doctoral: The number of credit units needed for graduation is 18.

Classes
  • Special Topics in Chinese Calligraphy
  • Studies in Discourse Analysis
  • Studies in Digital Content and Applied Chinese Paleography
  • Studies in Teaching Chinese Syntax
  • Research in Teaching Prose
  • Research in Teaching Composition
  • Research in Teaching Chinese Reading
  • Research in Teaching Rhetoric
  • Research in Assessment of Chinese
  • Studies in Teaching Chinese Grammar
  • Studies in Teaching Language
  • The History of Chinese Linguistics
  • Studies in Chinese Dialectology
  • Special Topics in Etymology
  • Chinese Selected Linguistic Masterpieces
  • Studies in Teng-Yuen
  • Comprehensive Studies of Chinese Characters
  • Studies in Characters in Chinese Waring States
  • Studies in Characters in Dynasties of Chy-Han Wai-ChinChun-I and Modern Live
  • Studies in Ancient Chinese Phonology
  • Studies in Kuang-Yun
  • Studies in Chinese Ancient Grammar
  • Field Study of Morphosyntax
  • Topics on the History of Chinese Syntax
  • Introduction to the History of Theoretical Phonology
  • Linguistic Field Investigations
  • Special Topics in Experimental Phonetics
  • Studies in the Morphology of Chinese Characters
  • Studies in Characters of Yin Dynasty
  • Studies in Characters of Chow Dynasty
  • Studies in Ancient Chinese Characters
  • Special Topics on Current Theories in Linguistics
  • Special Topics in Historical Linguistics
  • Studies in Characters in Chinese Warring States
  • Special Topics on the Morphological Theories
  • Bibliography and Methodology of Linguistics
  • Special Topics in Chinese Literature
  • Seminar in the Topics of the History of Chinese Literature
  • Special Topics in the History of Chinese Literary Criticism
  • Studies in Chinese Literary Theories
  • Studies in Chinese Poetry
  • Studies in Chinese Classical Prama
  • Studies in Aesthetics
  • Studies in Mythology
  • Special Topics in Fables
  • Studies in Chinese Ci (Song Poetry) by specialists
  • Studies in Chinese Classical Drama by Specialists
  • Study in Classical Drama Performing
  • Topics of Classical Dramas in Chin Dynasty
  • Special Topics on Ci-Fu
  • Special Topics on T’ang Dynasty Literature
  • Special Topics on Song Dynasty Literature
  • Special Topics on Folk Literature
  • Studies in Chinese Classical Literature
  • Special Topics on the History of Chinese Fables
  • Seminar on Cross-cultural Xiqu Adapations
  • Studies in Modern Popular Novels
  • Studies in Narrative Novels
  • Special Topics on Novels in Ming and Ching Dynasties
  • Seminar on Taiwanese Classical Literature
  • Special Topics on Taiwanese Literature during Japanese Occupation
  • Special Topics on Chinese Contemporary Novels
  • Special Topics on Taiwan Contemporary Novels
  • Studies in Chao-Ming-Wen-Sheuan
  • Studies in Wen-Shin-Diau-Lon
  • Studies in Tz’u
  • Studies in Poems by Specialists
  • Studies in Han-Wei-Six Dynasties Poems
  • Narratology
  • Special Topics on Literature Sociology
  • Studies in the Annotation and Comment in Ancient Prose
  • Special Topics on Chinese Mythology
  • Studies in Chao-Ming-Sheuan
  • Special Topics on Modern Poetry
  • Special Topics on Modern Essays
  • Studies in Wu-Xia
  • Special Topics on Space and Literature
  • Reading and Writing Contemporary Xiqu
  • Selected Reading English Translation of Chinese Literature
  • An Introduction to Western Literature
  • Special Topics in Thouhts Revealed from Recently Unearthed Chinese Literature
  • Studies in the Zen sect of Buddhism
  • Studies in Buddhism
  • Studies in Li-Hsueh(or Philosophy)in the Sung and Ming Dynasties
  • Studies in Philosophers in the West and East Han
  • Special Topics in Contemporary New-Confucianism(Doctor)
  • Special Topics on Taoist Thought
  • Special Topics on Taoist Culture
  • Special Topics on Thought and Culture in Six Dynasties
  • Special Topics on Lao-Tzu
  • Special Topics on Chinese Philosophy in Foreign Countries
  • Seminar on the Taoist and Taoism
  • Special Topics on Scripture and Harmeneutics
  • Bibliography and Methodology of Philosophy
  • The Selected Readings of Chinese translation of Buddhist Scriptures
  • Studies in the Three Books of Rites
  • Studies in History of Confucian Classics
  • Studies in Shang-shu
  • Special Topics in Methodology(Master)
  • Studies in Selected Book on History
  • Special Topics on Seasonal Rites
  • Studies in The Book of Changes
  • Special Topics on Book of Changes
  • Special Topics on Symbols and Numbers in the I-Ching
  • Studies in Spring and Antumn Annals: Gongyang 、Guliang、Zuozhuan
  • Special Topics on Divine Biography
  • Studies in Confucian Classics
  • Shu-king
  • Li-chi
  • Studies in Shijing
  • Studies in Sinology in Japan

※The detailed information of the courses of this semester, please refer to the website:
http://courseap.itc.ntnu.edu.tw/acadmOpenCourse/index.jsp


※The department approves the credits of the four complete English courses Seminar on Urban LiteratureOral History as Research Method and Research FieldIntroduction and Research of Taiwan Historical MaterialsEditing and Translatiing Media Texts, but related course selection regulations of the university and the department must be complied with. (The regulation of the department: The department has allowed doctoral and master’s students to select courses from other departments of the university since the second semester of the 2014 academic year. The total credits of the cross-university and cross-department courses shall not exceed one-third of the minimum required graduation credits of the department, and only one course can be counted each semester.)

Requirements

  1. The minimum number of students to open a course is 11. Unless due to special reasons, the minimum number of students to open a course can be 8. The course will not open if the number of students do not hit the minimum criteria. 
  2. Graduating class will be allowed to take up courses from a lower level. Other levels are not allowed to take up courses not from your level.
  3. Please plan your timetable wisely. The number of credit units needed for graduation is 32. 
  4. Additional courses may be opened upon seeking the course head’s approval and from other managements in school. 



Curriculum

  • Teaching and Applying

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Research in Teaching Chinese Calligraphy

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Teaching Composition

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Assessment of Chinese

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Teaching Chinese Reading

Full

Sel.

2

 

  • Languages and Characters

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Research in Teaching Chinese Characters

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics of Teaching Chinese Linguistics

Full

Sel.

2

Studies in Ancient Chinese Characters

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Teaching Taiwan Language

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Teaching Chinese Syntax

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics of Chinese Rhetoric

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Teaching Chinese Semantics

Full

Sel.

2

 

  • Literature

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Research in Teaching Novels

Full

Sel.

2

Studies in Wen-Shin-Diau-Long

Full

Sel.

2

Studies on Poetry

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Song Dynasty Literature

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Tang Dynasty Literature

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Modern Novels

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Wu-Xia Novels

Full

Sel.

2

Studies on Prose

Full

Sel.

2

Research in Teaching Tzu-Chu

Full

Sel.

2

Special topics of the History of Chinese Literature

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Literature Sociology

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Ci-Fu

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on the History of Chinese Fables

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Taiwan Literature

Full

Sel.

2

Studies in Literary Aesthetic

Full

Sel.

2

 

  • Philosophy

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Studies in Teaching Chinese Culture

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Lao-Tzu

Full

Sel.

2

Thinking Methodology

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Lao-Zi and Zhuang-Zi

Full

Sel.

2

Special Topics of History of Chinese Philosophy

Full

Sel.

2

 

  • Confucian Classics and History

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Special Topics in Methodology

Full

Sel.

2

Studies of Selected Books on History

Full

Sel.

2

Studies in the Tenor of Chinese Classics

Full

Sel.

2

Studies in the History of Confucian Classics

Full

Sel.

2

Requirements

  1. The minimum number of students to open a course is 11. Unless due to special reasons, the minimum number of students to open a course can be 8. The course will not open if the number of students do not hit the minimum criteria.
  2. Graduating class will be allowed to take up courses from a lower level. Other levels are not allowed to take up courses not from your level.
  3. Please plan your timetable wisely. The number of credit units needed for graduation is 32.
  4. Additional courses may be opened upon seeking the course head’s approval and from other managements in school.




Curriculum

  • Teaching and Applying

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Special Topics in Chinese Calligraphy

Half

Sel.

2

 

  • Languages and Characters

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Special Topics in Shuo-Wen

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics in Chinese Syntax

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in Ancient Chinese Characters

Half

Sel.

2

Topics in Chinese Grammar

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics in Chinese Semantics

Half

Sel.

2



  • Literature

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Special Topics on Modern Prose

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Classical Prose

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Novels in Ming and Ching Dynasty

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Classical Novels

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Modern Novels

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Chu-Ci

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Classical Poetry

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in Tz’u

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Wen Shin Diau Long

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Folk Literature

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Modern Poetry

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Classical Drama

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Countryside Literature

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Singing Poetry

Half

Sel.

2

 

  • Philosophy

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Confucian Ethics and Modern Culture

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Chinese Ancient Philosophy

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Chinese Buddhism Philosophy

Half

Sel.

2

Taoist Philosophy and Modern Culture

Half

Sel.

2

Special Topics on Chinese Modern Philosophy

Half

Sel.

2

 

  • Confucian Classics and History

Subject Name

Full/Half Semester

Req./Sel. Coures

Credit

Information Collating and Thesis Writing

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in Spring and Autumn Annals

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in Shi-Jing

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in the Three Books of Rites

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in the Book of Changes

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in the History of Confucian Classics

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in Selected Books on History

Half

Sel.

2

Studies in Selected Books on History Studies in Shang-Shu

Half

Sel.

2

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