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Foundation Program of Social Sciences: 21

Compulsory creditsThe core program of Law: 25

Optional creditsThe program on the Law and Economic: 24

Undergraduate Guidelines for the University Core Curriculum Requirements

I. Undergraduate students must complete 43 University Core Curriculum credits before graduation. (See the Core Curriculum Chart.)
1. Students in General Programs:
 Languages (9 credits total; 3 credits for Chinese and 6 credits for English),
 Physical Education (4 credits total),
 Service Learning (2 credits total), and
 Elective Core Courses (28 credits total).
2. Local Students in International Programs:
 Languages (9 credits total; 3 credits for Chinese and 6 credits for Elective Foreign Languages),
 Physical Education (4 credits total),
 Service Learning (2 credits total), and
 Elective Core Courses (28 credits total).
3. International Students in International Programs:
 Languages (9 credits total; 6 credits for Mandarin Chinese and 3 credits for Elective Foreign Languages),
 Physical Education (4 credits total),
 Service Learning (2 credits total), and
 Elective Core Courses (28 credits total).
II. Elective Core Courses (28 credits)
1. Elective Core Courses consist of the following eight academic categories:
 Community & Humanity (College of Humanities and Social Sciences)
 Science & Technology (College of Science and Engineering)
 Knowledge & Thinking in Management (College of Management)
 Educational Practice & Lifelong Learning (Hua-Shih College of Education)
 Aesthetic Sensibility (College of Fine Arts)
 Cultural & Ethnic Diversity (College of Indigenous Studies)
 Natural Environment & Resources (College of Environmental Studies / College of Marine Science)
 Holistic Education (General Education Center)
2. Students should take Elective Core Courses in at least four of the eight categories, and the Core Courses offered by the colleges to which students’ major departments belong may be counted.
3. The remaining Elective Core Course credits may be selected from the following two kinds of “Recognized Elective Core Courses”: (1) courses with codes beginning with “GC,” and (2) college foundational courses or department core and specialized courses offered outside of students’ major departments.
4. Students in International Programs, including the international students enrolling after Fall 2011, may take up to 28 credits of other English-taught courses offered at NDHU to fulfill the Elective Core Course Requirement after they complete all required specialized course credits.
III. Chinese Courses (3 or 6 credits)
1. Students in General Programs and Local Students in International Programs: Chinese Language Ability and Education (3 credits) in the first study year.
2. International Students in International Programs: Mandarin Chinese (6 credits total).
IV. English Courses (6 or 3 credits)
1. Students in General Programs
 English Majors: English Oral Training I, II, III, and IV (1.5 credits each).
 Non-English Majors: Online English Learning, English Communications, and English Reading and Writing (2 credits each) according to individual students’ English levels.
 In addition to the required English credits, students have to pass an accepted English language proficiency test before graduation. Please refer to the Language Center for the Undergraduate English Graduation Requirements.
2. Local Students in International Programs: Elective Foreign Languages (6 credits total).
3. International Students in International Programs: Elective Foreign Languages (3 credits total).
V. Physical Education (4 credits)
1. Students must complete Physical Education I, II, III, and IV (1 credit each) before graduation; Physical Education I and II should be taken respectively in the two semesters of the first study year.
2. Students of Physical Education and Kinesiology may take any two skill courses offered by the department to fulfill the credits for Physical Education III and IV.
VI. Service Learning (2 credits)
1. Students must complete Service Learning I and II sequentially before graduation. Service Learning I should be taken from students’ major departments. Service Learning II may be taken from either students’ major departments or other departments; for the latter case, students should consult with their major departments on the eligibility for credit recognition.
2. Service Learning I and II are 1 credit each since Fall 2013.
3. Students who enrolled before Fall 2013 may choose to switch to the current University Core Curriculum Requirements. The previous 0-credit Service Learning taken can be recognized and counted toward the new 1-credit Service Learning. The remaining credits may be fulfilled with other University Core Courses.
VII. Credit recognition of the taken University Core Courses related to the departments’ specialized areas will be determined by the Curriculum Committees of individual departments and colleges.
VIII. Cross-campus distance courses are counted toward the Recognized Elective Core Course credits. Please refer to the General Education Center for the latest announcements in every semester.
IX. Students may decide for themselves the most applicable version of the University Core Curriculum Requirements to count course credits toward graduation in the first semester of the final study year. The selected version of requirements does not have to be of the same year as that of the course requirements of students’ majors.