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Credit Requirements of Department of Southeast Asian Studies

 1. Course structure: 131 graduation credits

(1) Profound liberal studies: 32 credits of required courses offered by the General Education Center and the College of European and Asian Languages.

 

(2) Interdisciplinary professional courses on Southeast Asian affairs: 32credits of required and elective professional courses on Southeast Asian affairs.

12redits of required courses on Southeast Asian governments and enterprises will be taught in English.

4 credits of the graduate project and research methods.

16 credits of the departmental and general elective courses.

 

(3)  Training on languages: 67credits of required and elective courses on languages.

24 credits of General English courses.

28 credits of courses required for a major in a Southeast Asian language: choose one of three options (Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Thai).

 

(4)  Studies in Southeast Asia: Elective, 15 credits of an exchange program or internship in  Southeast Asia for at least an academic semester.

 

 

“Southeast Asian Languages and Industries” Credit Program

 

A . Curriculum for “Southeast Asian Languages and Industry Credit Program”

                                           

 

B. Curriculum for “Southeast Asian Languages and Industry Credit Program”

1.  The curriculum for “Southeast Asian Languages and Industry” Credit Program is divided into “core courses” and “professional courses”

2.  The “core courses” focus on the learning of Southeast Asian languages (such as Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian) to let students acquire basic knowledge about the Southeast Asian countries, societies and cultures.

3.  The “professional courses” are divided into:

  1. Courses on social and cultural issues: These courses analyze politics, economy and trade, industry and laws of Southeast Asian countries for students to have a comprehensive understanding of Southeast Asian countries.
  2. Application courses for relevant industries: These courses complement with compulsory core courses for students to apply their language ability in various businesses in Southeast Asia so that students can become talents with language abilities and professional knowledge.
  3. Workplace experiential training: Through international collaboration, students will have the opportunities to take overseas or off-campus internships to put their language abilities and professional knowledge to use, to acquire experience and to understand the actual demands of the market. Internship Courses are divided into four categories:  “Semester-Based Off-Campus Internship (1)(2)”, 15 Credits / “Semester-Based Overseas Internship (1)(2)”, 15 Credits / “Summer Internship(1)(2)”, 4Credits /Job Shadowing(2), 2 Credits”.
  4. Students who have obtained 15 credits in “Semester-Based Off -Campus Internship(1)(2)” & “Semester-Based Overseas Internship (1)(2)” still be required to complete the 12 credits in the Core Courses.
  5. Alternative Course: With Southeast Asian language learning as the main part, extra-curricular activities or multi-language as the minor. There are two kinds of courses in this category: Trainee in Southeast Asia (4 credits) and Southeast Asian Multiple Languages (1 credit).

 

C. List of credits and courses for Southeast Asian Languages and Industry Credit Program

Core courses (12 credits of compulsory courses)

Course name

Credits

Elementary Vietnamese (1)/ Primary Thai Language (1)/ Elementary Indonesian (1)/ Elementary Burmese (1)/ Elementary Malay (1)/ Elementary Filipino (1)

2

Elementary Vietnamese (2)/ Primary Thai Language (2)/ Elementary Indonesian (2)/ Elementary Burmese (2)/ Elementary Malay (2)/ Elementary Filipino (2)

2

Intermediate Vietnamese (1)/ Intermediate Thai Language (1) / Intermediate Indonesian (1) / Intermediate Burmese (1)/ Intermediate Malay (1)/ Intermediate Filipino (1)

2

Intermediate Vietnamese (2)/ Intermediate Thai Language (2) / Intermediate Indonesian (2) / Intermediate Burmese (2)/ Intermediate Malay (2)/ Intermediate Filipino (2)

2

Southeast Asia and Taiwan

2

Southeast Asian History and Culture

2

Professional courses (at least 10 credits)

Courses on social and cultural issues:

Course name

Credits

Trade and Industry Development Outline of Southeast Asia

2

Politics and Society Outline of Southeast Asia

2

Southeast Asia Immigration and Culture

2

South Asia International Relations

2

Application courses for relevant industries:

Course name

Credits

Economic Vietnamese/Trade Thai Language/ Indonesian Business

2

Tourist Vietnamese/Tourism Thai Language/ Indonesian Tourism

2

Vietnamese Translation/Thai Translation/ Indonesian Translation

2

Internship courses

Course name

Credits

Semester-Based Off-Campus Internship (1)(2)

Semester-Based Overseas Internship (1)(2)

15

Summer Internship (1)(2)

4

Job Shadowing (2)

2

Alternative courses

Course name

Credits

Trainee in Southeast Asia 

4

SoutHeast Asian Multiple Languages

1