General Education

Admissions policy

  • Students who possess basic scholastic ability and are aware of issues in order to be able to complete the general education studies at university.
  • Students who possess a flexible thinking approach for effective learning and who show an aptitude for independent learning.
  • Students who are active and can confront difficulties.

Curriculum policy

  • The curriculum encourages students to learn over all 4 years and offers practical and appropriate classes in order to develop versatile abilities and skills that help living in a changing society, such as the ability to reason to apply knowledge, investigative skills for uncovering problems, information analysis skills, information literacy and communication skills.
  • The curriculum offers liberal arts courses, foreign language courses, physical education courses and information courses as part of the general courses in order to advance the students’ knowledge as a person living in modern society.
  • The curriculum offers general specialized courses that provide information, international cultural experience and social experience, so that the students can acquire knowledge and learn specialized methodologies systematically while also gaining real experience in society.
  • The curriculum does not just focus on one’s field of specialization but offers a good balance with an interdisciplinary approach covering a range of fields to give the students a broader perspective and encourage them to earn a solid education and bachelor degree.
  • The overall curriculum at the university develops rich creativity, humanity and sociability by enabling students in each department to be active in their general education focus.

Diploma policy

Students must complete a curriculum based on the university’s philosophy and educational goals and must also satisfy the academic units required to graduate. Students who are eligible to graduate are required to demonstrate the following skills and abilities through the general education courses.

  • Students who possess versatile abilities and skills to help them live in society, such as the ability to reason, to apply knowledge, investigative skills for uncovering problems, problem-solving skills, and communication skills.
  • Students who have the ability to use the knowledge and techniques they acquired in order to confront and solve many problems that confront a new society.
  • Students who acquire solid skills and abilities to keep them earnest in their endeavors, while embracing the philosophy of university “Human exploration” and not forgetting the inquisitive nature to constantly explore in society.