3

Course Title

JAPANESE 3

Course Code

JAPA330338

Credit

3

Program Level

Overview

The course is designed for the second-year English majored students in the fourth semester in order to continue enhancing the Japanese ability of students who finished the courses of Japanese 1 and 2. This course also aims at enhancing students’ Japanese communication ability at elementary level. In addition, the course provides the students with familiar topics related to famous places, shopping, travel, etc.

Course Title

UPPER-INTERMEDIATE LISTENING AND SPEAKING

Course Code

LISP340335

Credit

4

Program Level

Overview

The course is designed for English-majored students to enable them to achieve the upper-intermediate level of English listening and speaking skills, or level B2+ in the CEFR accordingly.

Course Title

WORLD CIVILIZATION

Course Code

HIST230338

Program Level

Overview

This course is designed to provide second-year university students with basic and systemized knowledge about the history of major ancient and medieval civilizations such as Egypt, India, Chinese in the East and Greek, Rome, Western Europe in the West, in terms of formation, development process and several noticeable achievements in culture, science, technology.

Fundamental understanding of development history and progress of humankind enables students to form positive and progressive attitudes, develop creativity, enhance the love for exploration, accumulate knowledge and strengthen skills for success.

In addition, this course aims at helping students form and consolidate several beneficial learning skills such as reference-material searching, public speaking and teamwork.

Course Title

ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Course Code

ENBC330137

Credit

3

Program Level

Overview

The course is designed to provide learners with the knowledge, terminology, techniques and skills needed in business communication. It enables learners to exchange information in the business environment; use English language effectively in business events and meetings; and present in English in meetings or conferences. The course also gives learners the opportunity to develop presentation skills in English and to use business terms through classroom activities.