Curriculum

Core Idea

Combination of general education and individualized cultivation

Aims

  • Promoting an all-round reform of curriculum structure

  • Sparing no effort to equip students with multidisciplinary basic knowledge and help them establish correct world views, values and views of life

Curriculum Structure Reform 

Construction of new, high-level courses + reconstruction of existing curriculum structure

  

Changing the curriculum structure from “rigidity” to “flexibility”

  • Reducing the total number of credits to 150

  • Reducing the proportion of compulsory courses and increasing that of elective courses

  • Trying new teaching methods like “Flipped Classroom” and “Blended Learning”


Constructing modules of general and compulsory courses

  • Totally 50 credits in which 14 credits are acquired in general courses

  • To integrate ancient and modern, Chinese and western cultures

  • To nurture international perspectives, China Spirit, and modern consciousness


Reconstructing course modules of disciplines and programs

  • Reconstructing courses of discipline platforms and core courses of programs, occupying about 50 credits.


Establishing modules of open elective courses

  • This part occupies 50 credits.

  • Consisting of courses on the cutting-edge development of the discipline, interdisciplinary courses, and courses on employment and entrepreneurship, which serve the needs of students of three different paths of development respectively