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Introduction

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Undergraduate Program

 

 

    The Department of Japanese Language and Literature places emphasis on integrity in instructions to refine students’ competence in Japanese language and provide an interdisciplinary understanding of Japanese culture. Students will have the opportunity to meticulously seek a holistic understanding of Japan, foster their global outlook and develop their unique professional expertise.
 
    The curriculum is designed so that the first two years provide introductory language courses which are then built upon by one of the following academic tracks: (1) language and literature  (2) culture and social sciences (3) crosscultural communication and business practices, Juniors and seniors can choose their major concentration in any of the three tracks according to their interest. Each course is arranged based upon up-to-date academic requirements and employment requirements for the job market. Upon graduation, students find many open doors to either continued education at the graduate level or entrance into a wide range of fulfilling careers. Elective courses in the program include for example, “Guidelines on Japanese Materials in Taiwan” or “Research on Japanese Materials in Taiwan” guides students to connect Japan student Japan study with Taiwan study.
 
    In order to nurture our students with the highest level of Japanese language instruction, the department’s lies in the following directions:
1. Recitation and comprehension in Japanese.
2. Oral skills in Japanese.
3. Aural skills in Japanese.
4. Writing and translation skills in Japanese.
5. Expertise in Japanese linguistics.
6. Expertise in Japanese literature.
7. Expertise in Japanese cultural and social studies.
8. Expertise in cross-cultural communication and Japanese business.
      The goal of education of Department of Japanese Language and Literature:
1. To cultivate students’ five skills of Japanese Language: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and translating.
2. To equip students' with professional knowledge of Japanese Language and literature for practical applications.
3. To nurture students with an in-depth and comprehensive understanding of Japanese culture and society.
4. To develop students' global visions and competence in cross-cultural communication and business practices.





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