Course planning(Curriculum)

Students have to complete at least 8 courses, including 4 required courses, 4 electives; in total of 24 credits. There are also 6 credits for graduation thesis, for a total of 30 credits. Based on the design of sociology academic training as the core, this class(program) is not limited to(goes beyond) the teaching of specific cultures or languages; rather to train students to carry out cross-cultural or different languages in the special social context of research or practical work. Therefore, the core curriculum in the introduction of sociology to provide students with the basic sociological analysis methods, with sociological research methods to train students to have the ability to go to the hometown of research and practice. And through the “contemporary indigenous peoples issues" which invite relevant scholars or community workers to share their research results or work achievements, students are provided with appreciation of the practice results of their predecessors in different fields, and the academic professional ability to develop students’ research and practical themes in the context of sociology.  

The course structure is divided into three main areas and thesis: 

📕Core Courses(Curriculum)Sociology
Sociological research methods
Contemporary Indigenous Issues (i)
Contemporary Indigenous Issues (II)
📗History and CultureFood, Agriculture and Society
Austronesian Culture and Research
Cultural Anthropology
📘Politics, Economics(political Economy) and SocietyMuseum and Cultural Assets Preservation
Environment, Science and Society
Gender Sociology
📝Graduation ThesisThesisTechnical Report
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