English

1. Program Description

Faculty: Foreign Languages

Degrees conferred: Bachelor of Arts in English (four-year program)
Associate of Arts in English (three-year program)

Overview of the program: This program provides graduates with academic knowledge, employability skills, political qualities and professional ethics so that they can work effectively in their area of specialization in which English is mainly used as well as meet social needs in the new era. The program offers the following majors: Pedagogy, Business, and Interpreting and Translation (Four-year program); Pedagogy, and Business (Three-year program). There are a range of employment opportunities for graduates. Opportunities available include education (e.g. EFL teacher, assistant lecturer), business and commerce (e.g. secretary, P.A.), interpreting and translation, event and conference management, tourism and so on.

2. Intended Program Outcomes:

On completion of the program, students should be able to:

  • Have a relatively comprehensive understanding of an area in social science and humanities necessary for a language specialist;
  • Demonstrate a high level of competence in all four skill areas (listening, speaking, reading, writing);
  • Acquire necessary knowledge of and skills in English language teaching, business and commerce, or interpreting and translation;
  • Gain a familiarity with study skills and research methods at university level, which should later support students who wish to pursue higher education.

3. Degree Curriculum

For general courses, only courses mostly related to the programs are listed. Note that the courses in 3.2 and 3.3 are given in English.

3.1. General courses

 

3.2. Foundation courses

Four-year program

 

Three-year program

3.3 Major courses

Four-year program
Pedagogy

 

Business
Interpreting and Translation

 

Three-year program
Pedagogy
Business

 

3.4 Minor or elective courses

Four-year program
Three-year program