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Introduction

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Goal

    The department aims to cultivate teachers as well research specialists of historical knowledge by means of diverse curriculums, guiding students to enrich their learning experiences to advance the quality of their researches. Students are expected to become knowledgeable professionals to meet the needs of society. In order to achieve the above goal, the department has periodically reorganized the curriculum. Since 2000 fall semester, the graduate school has divided its curriculum into three fields: Modern Chinese History and History of Taiwan (from 1840 to 1949), History of the Modern World (since the Enlightenment), and General History. There are required courses and elected courses for each field. Students must complete at least 14 credits prior to undertaking thesis writing in their chosen field. The undergraduate program since 2004 fall semester has classified the courses into two types: the basic and the advanced. The basic courses are for freshmen and sophomores. The advances courses, which comprise Special Topics and Specialized History, are open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. It is hoped that the students will acquire the general and broadest possible knowledge in history from the basic courses and develop their own interests in special themes and topics by taking advanced courses. It is further hoped that these theme-oriented courses will motivate students to search for deeper understanding in history and discover their own learning potentials.

政大歷史學報歷史系圖書室身體與文明研究中心中國近代史研究中心
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