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106學年度 通識教育中心學士班 課程規劃表 
一、本校學士班畢業前需修校核心課程37.0學分
  1. 一般學士班:語文必修9.0學分(3.0學分、6.0學分)、資訊科技2.0學分、體育4.0學分、服務學習
    2.0學分,選修核心課程20.0學分。
  2. 國際學士班本籍生:語文必修9.0學分(3.0學分、6.0學分)、資訊科技2.0學分、體育4.0學分、服
    務學習2.0學分,選修核心課程20.0學分。
  3. 國際學士班外籍生:語文必修9.0學分(6.0學分、3.0學分)、資訊科技2.0學分、體育4.0學分、服
    務學習2.0學分,選修核心課程20.0學分。
二、重要相關規定
  一、本校學士班畢業前須修校核心課程37學分。
    (一)一般學士班、國際學士班本籍生:語文必修9學分(中文必修3學分、英語必修6學分)、體
       育必修4學分、服務學習必修2學分、資訊科技必修2學分、選修核心課程20學分。
    (二)國際學士班外籍生:語文必修9學分(華語必修6學分、英語選修或第二外語3學分)、體育
       必修4學分、服務學習必修2學分、資訊科技必修2學分、選修核心課程20學分。
  二、選修核心課程之規定:
    (一)選修核心課程(包含必選修核心課程、認列選修核心課程),共須修習20學分。
    (二)必選修核心課程共三類:
  1. 理性思維
  2. 文化涵養
  3. 在地關懷 
    (三)三類必選修核心課程,每類至少選修1門課程。
    (四)其餘學分可選修「認列選修核心課程」,認列選修核心課程包括:
  1. 課程代碼GC之課程。
  2. 非本系之院基礎、系核心及專業課程。
    (五)國際學士班修畢國際學士學位學程或國際學士班規定之專業課程所需學分後,得修習本校全
       英語授課課程認抵選修核心課程至多20 學分。
  三、中文修課規定:
    (一) 一般學士班學生及國際學士班之本籍生:「中文能力與涵養」必修3學分。
    (二) 國際學士班之外籍生:華語課程必修6學分。
  四、英語修課規定:
    (一)一般學士班學生、國際學士班之本籍生:英語必修6學分。
  1. 英美系須修習「英語口語聽講(一)、(二)、(三)、(四)」課程。
  2. 其他系所學生則按級別修習三類必修課程(英語線上學習、英語溝通、英文閱讀與寫作)。
  3. 修畢三類必修課外,須通過英語能力畢業標準。其他系所大一學生於入學前二年或大一修
    課期間,符合免修條件者,得申請免修英語必修 6學分;審核通過免修者,授予 6學分並
    計入畢業學分數內。詳細檢核標準和實施辦法,依語言中心「學士班學生英語能力畢業標
    準及實施辦法」公告為準。
    (二)國際學士班之外籍生:須修習英語選修或第二外語3學分。
  五、體育修課規定:
    (一)一般學士班及國際學士班之學生:應於畢業前修畢「體育(一)」、「體育(二)」、「體
       育(三)」及「體育(四)」課程,其中「體育(一)」及「體育(二)」課程應分別第一
       學年上、下學期修習。學生於畢業前須通過體適能指標檢定,檢定標準依體育中心「體育課
       程實施辦法」公告為準。 
    (二)體育系學生須以選修該系之學程術科任四門課程抵認體育(一)、體育(二)、體育(三)
       、體育(四)學分。
  六、服務學習修課規定:
    (一)一般學士班及國際學士班之學生應於畢業前,依序修畢「服務學習(一)」與「服務學習
       (二)」兩門課程,且「服務學習(一)」須修習所屬系所開設之課程,「服務學習(二)」
       可修習所屬系所或其他系所單位開設之課程,是否符合畢業資格請洽各系辦理。
    (二) 102學年度起,「服務學習(一)」與「服務學習(二)」各1學分。
    (三) 101學年度(含)以前入學之舊生,選擇102年度課規、且已修畢原0學分之服務學習課程
       者,得用 0 學分之「服務學習(一)」及「服務學習(二)」認抵各1學分之「服務學習
       (一)」與「服務學習(二)」;不足之學分准用校核心課程認抵。
  七、資訊科技修課規定:
    (一)理工學院各系(材料系除外)及資管系,須以修習系上資訊相關必(選)修學分(詳如通
       識中心公告之抵認彙整表科目)抵認資訊科技類課程;抵認後不足之通識學分仍應補足之。
    (二)其他系所學生則須修習資訊科技類2學分。
  八、各學系學生修習與該系專業領域相關之校核心課程,認列範圍由各院、系課程委員會自訂。
  九、其他:跨校性遠距教學課程計入認列選修核心課程學分計算。各課程以每學期公告為準。
  十、畢業生可於四年級上學期選擇適用在校修業期間內,最有利之校課程規劃合計畢業學分數,但不
    一定要與專業必選修部分所選用課程規劃表之學年度相同。
I. Undergraduate students must complete 37 University Core Curriculum credits before graduation.
  1.  Students in General Programs and Local Students in International Programs: Languages (9 credits total; 3 credits for Chinese and 6 credits for English), Physical Education (4 credits total), Service Learning (2 credits total), Information Technology (2 credits total), and Elective Core Courses (20 credits total).
  2.  International Students in International Programs: Languages (9 credits total; 6 credits for Mandarin Chinese and 3 credits for Elective Foreign Languages), Physical Education (4 credits total), Service Learning (2 credits total), Information Technology (2 credits total), and Elective Core Courses (20 credits total).
II. Elective Core Courses (20 credits)
  1.  Elective Core Courses consist of the following three academic categories:(1) Rational Thinking, (2) Cultural Literacy, and (3) Local Commitment.
  2.  Students should take at least 1 Elective Core Courses in each of the 3 categories. 
  3.  The remaining Elective Core Course credits may be selected from the following two kinds of “Recognized Elective Core Courses”: (1) courses with codes beginning with “GC,” and (2) college foundational courses or department core and specialized courses offered outside of students’ major departments. 
  4.  Students in International Programs, may take up to 20 credits of other English-taught courses offered at NDHU to fulfill the Elective Core Course Requirement after completing all the required specialized course credits. 
III. Chinese Courses (3 or 6 credits)
  1.  Students in General Programs and Local Students in International Programs: Chinese Language Ability and Education (3 credits) in the first study year.
  2.  International Students in International Programs: Mandarin Chinese (6 credits total).
IV. English Courses (6 or 3 credits)
  1.  Students in General Programs and Local Students in International Programs
     
  2. International Students in International Programs: Elective Foreign Languages (3 credits total). 
V. Physical Education (4 credits)
  1. Students must complete Physical Education I, II, III, and IV (1 credit for each) before graduation; Physical Education I and II should be taken respectively in the two semesters of the first study year. In addition, students have to pass a physical fitness test before graduation. For information about acceptable test performance standards, please refer to the Physical Education Course Regulations by the Physical Education Center.
    (1) English Majors: English Oral Training I, II, III, and IV (1.5 credits each).
    (2) Non-English Majors: Online English Learning, English Communications, and English Reading and Writing (2 credits each) according to the English levels of individual students.
    (3) In addition to the required English credits, students have to pass an accepted English language proficiency test before graduation. Non-English major first-year students who passed the test two years before their official entry into NDHU or during their first year of study at NDHU may apply for the waiver of the 6 required English credits. For requirement and guideline details, please refer to the Language Center for the Undergraduate English Graduation Requirements.
  2.  Students of Physical Education and Kinesiology have to take any four skill courses offered by the department to fulfill the required credits for Physical Education.
VI. Service Learning (2 credits)
  1.  Students of Science and Engineering (except for those of Materials Science and Engineering) and of Information Management must take required or elective information technology courses offered by the individual departments to fulfill the required credits in this category; students can refer to the list of the credit-eligible courses announced by the General Education Center. If the credits of an eligible course taken is not sufficient to satisfy the General Education requirements, students still need to make up for the remaining credits by taking other General Education courses.
  2.  Service Learning I and II are 1 credit each since Fall 2013. 
  3.  Students who enrolled before Fall 2013 may choose to switch to the current University Core Curriculum Requirements. The previous 0-credit Service Learning taken can be recognized and counted toward the new 1-credit Service Learning. The remaining credits may be fulfilled with other University Core Courses. 
VII. Information Technology (2 credits)
  1.  Students of Computer Science & Information Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, and Information Management must take any of the required information technology courses offered by the individual departments to fulfill the required 2 credits in this category.
  2.  Students of other than the aforementioned departments must take Information Technology (2 credits). 
VIII. Credit recognition of the taken University Core Courses related to the departments’ specialized areas will be determined by the Curriculum Committees of individual departments and colleges. 
 
IX. Cross-campus distance courses are counted toward the Recognized Elective Core Course credits. Please refer to the latest course list provided by the General Education Center in every semester.
 
X. Students may decide for themselves the most applicable version of the University Core Curriculum Requirements to count course credits toward graduation in the first semester of the final study year. The selected version of requirements does not have to be of the same year as that of the course requirements of students’ majors.