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課程規劃 - 英文簡介 - 五專

  • Five-Year Junior College
  • 1st Year
  • Chinese (4crs./4hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected Chinese classics, using a standard college Chinese Literature Text-book Ⅰ English (4crs./4hrs.) x2 A reading of selected modern English prose, using a standard college English Text-book Ⅰ Mathematics (4crs./4hrs.) x2 Propositions, real numbers, polynomial expressions, fraction Equation and function analysis.

  • Accounting (4crs./4hrs.) x2
  • To understand the basic theory of Principles commercial accounting. To apply the theory to skillful and practical use. To improve practical business application.

  • Introduction to Computer Science (2crs./ 3hrs.) x2
  • To understand the elementary concepts of computer hardware and software, to prepare for learning high level language and data structure.

  • Chinese Constitution (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Principles and concepts of the Chinese constitution.

  • Introduction to Natural Sciences(2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Organized study of selected topics includes physics, astronomy, chemistry and other science related topics.

  • Music Appreciation (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Individual and group voice lessons.

  • Chinese geography (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • A geographic analysis of China, emphasizing the interrelationships among environmental factors, cultural characteristics and regional development.

  • Civics (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Basic principles of ethics, society, politics, economics, laws, and culture.

  • Introduction to Arts (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Introduction to international directions in painting, sculpture and architecture from earliest times to the present. Descriptive and historical analysis of the selected masterpieces.

  • The practice of English typing (1cr./3hrs.) x2
  • To guide the way of English typing. To understand the function of English typing. To be skillful at practical use by constant practicing.

  • English Grammar (1cr./1hr.) x2
  • Introduction to English linguistics. Study of the grammar and pronunciation of contemporary English, with major focus on syntax.

  • 2nd Year
  • Chinese (4crs./4hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected Chinese Classics, using a standard college Chinese Literature Text-book Ⅱ.

  • English (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected modern English prose, using a standard college English Text-book Ⅱ Mathematics (3crs./3hrs.) x2 Inequality, progressions, quadratic curves, vectors of two and three dimensions, permutation and combinations, matrix, determinants, probability.

  • Introduction to Civil Law (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To clarify the relationships between daily life, commercial activities and law. To develop the students as obedient civilians.

  • Intermediate Accounting (4crs./ 6hrs.) x2
  • Continuation of Accounting Principles with emphasis on managerial Accounting principles and techniques.

  • Principles of economics (3crs./ 3hrs.) x2
  • To introduce the concepts about Economics. To have common recognition of economical phenomenon. To lead the way researching and analyzing economics to increase the ability of observation and judgement in macroeconomics and microeconomics. To provide a foundation for learning advanced business, finance, accounting and banking.

  • Statistics (2crs./4hrs.) x2
  • To provide basic concepts of statistics, and the ability of observation, deduction analysis and judgement. To integrate ideas about statistics by way of discussing, collecting information, and implementing procedure of analysis and the rules of making judgement. To be dexterous at practical work in statistics, the application to different situations and competence in actual use are the goals of training.

  • Japanese Ⅰ(3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • To stress basic pronunciation, listening and reading (beginning with the fifty tones) Modern Chinese history (2crs./2hrs.) x1 Origin of the Chinese revolution and the rise of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen;problems of political integration, economic growth, and social transformation. Discussion of selected subjects.

  • History of Chinese (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Study of daily life and its relation to Culture the structural transformation. Focus on ordinary Chinese experiences of family, work, leisure and community, as they vary by class, region, age and gender.

  • Oral-Aural Training (1crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To expose students to various types in English of content in English through listening comprehension.

  • Files Processing (1cr./2hrs.) x2
  • To teach students to use personal computers and to type in Chinese & English.

  • 3rd Year
  • The Thoughts of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • A comprehensive study of the political thought of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, the founding father of the Republic of China.

  • Chinese (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected Chinese Classics, using a standard college Chinese Literature Text-book Ⅲ.

  • English (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected modern English prose, using a standard college English Text-book Ⅲ.

  • Commercial Law (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • General principles of corporate law, law of negotiable instruments, insurance law, and marine law.

  • Calculus for Business (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • Introduction to elementary analytic geometry, function, differential calculus and integral calculus with particular emphasis on topics of interest to students in business and economics.

  • Practice of International Trade (4crs./5hrs.) x2
  • To introduce the basic theory of International trade practices

  • Economic Analysis (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • Advanced research on some special projects Economics applying mathematics, the behavior of consumer, the behavior of producer, and policy-making in government.

  • English ConversationⅠ(1cr./3hrs.) x2
  • To understand spoken English as used in the classroom and simple everyday situations. To answer questions which require short answers. To ask questions to elicit short answers. To speak English with various sentence structures. To conduct simple conversations on everyday subjects. To speak English with acceptable pronunciation and intonation.

  • Data base Management systems (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To adapt to various conditions and fulfill the requirements of information in business work, to understand the composition and management of data base management.

  • Japanese Ⅱ(3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • To elevate reading ability through the analysis of grammar.

  • Business Administration & Management (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To introduce concepts and theories of business management. To integrate the ideas of organization and management of business, and apply them to practice.

  • Interpersonal Communication (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Studies of the influence of personal behavior on communication processes. Examines topics as the impact of values, languages and non- verbal behavior on interpersonal interaction.

  • The Application of Library and Internet Resources (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Introduces students to those techniques which are directed toward students' interests and currently topics of use in library. Includes techniques useful in an automated environment.

  • Philosophy Life (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Human existence, its nature, condition, foundations and significance, according to contemporary philosophies such as existentialism, pragmatism, Marxism; positivism, and theism.

  • Career Planning (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Contribution of career development theory to choice of career or major. Exploration of personal and social determinants of career choice.

  • 4th Year
  • Chinese (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected Chinese Classics, using a standard college Chinese Literature Text-book Ⅳ.

  • English (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • A reading of selected modern English prose, using a standard college English Text-book Ⅳ.

  • Money & Banking (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • An introductory course in elementary concept of money and banking.

  • Theory and Policy Of International Trade (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • To introduce and investigate the theories and policies in international trade.

  • English Conversation Ⅱ (1cr./3hrs.) x2
  • To understand English to deal with everyday subjects and short passages of narration and description spoken at normal speed. To answer questions which require extended answers. To ask questions to elicit extended answers. To use orally a fair number of rather complicated sentence patterns. To reproduce of a short passage of English after having heard or read it several times. To conduct simple conversations on business subjects.

  • Principle of Marketing (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To introduce the theory and practical work in sale management.

  • Business English (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To understand the concept and theory of business writing to enhance the ability of business English writing.

  • Japanese Ⅲ (3crs./3hrs.) x2
  • To have advanced recognition of Japanese culture, the way of "do report" can make the students collect the information from various sides.

  • Business Information Systems (1cr./2hrs.) x2
  • Introduction to business information systems, including file processing, database management, control concepts and security.

  • 5th Year
  • International Marketing (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To explain the policy and regulation of international marketing. Excuse students writing papers to learn how to analyze investment environment and make strategies.

  • International Commercial Letter Of Credit (1cr./2hrs.) x2
  • To understand the theory of commercial letters of credit.

  • Insurance (2crs./2hrs.) x2
  • To elucidate the concept of insurance. To provide essential knowledge for those who engage in international trade.

  • Practice of Business English (1cr./2hrs.) x2
  • To understand the concept and theory of business writing to enhance the ability of business English writing.

    Application of Software Package (2crs./3hrs.) x 2: Instruction in using various software packages and apply the usage to financing, marketing and other business work.

  • Law of International Trade (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • To give students an understanding of the concept of laws of international trade.

  • International Finance (3crs./3hrs.) x1
  • Emphasis on international capital budgeting, working capital management, international capital markets, and international monetary system.

  • International Exchange (3crs./3hrs.) x1
  • Emphasis on foreign exchange risk management, balance of payments, and exchange rate determination.

  • Investment (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • The objective is to make investment decisions. Students will familiarize themselves with financial products and investment environment. Learn to calculate rate of return and risk index as bases for making decisions.

  • Financial Management (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • The course aims mainly at corporate finance. It emphasizes the acquisition and usage of capital. The ultimate goal is to obtain the perfect combination of minimum cost and maximum profits.

  • Stock and Bonds (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • Development and application of the principles of modern portfolio theory to financial Assets. Analysis of the concepts of diversification, and portfolio construction.

  • Exchange Futures and Options (2crs./2hrs.) x1
  • A basic overview of financial futures and options, institutional aspects of these markets, hedging, and speculative strategies.

  • Japanese Conversation (1cr./3hrs.) x2
  • To understand spoken Japanese as used in the classroom and simple daily life. To speak Japanese with acceptable pronunciation and intonation.