The subcategories of the General Education Curriculum include the Liberal Arts Category, the Social Science Category, as well as Natural Science and Application Science.

Liberal Arts Category

The culture created by mankind is not harmful to any lives, but focuses on the subject of the discussion of the related themes such as the unity of meaning, the interpretation of meaning, the expression of emotions, the judgment of value, and appropriate perception and expression to enable students to cultivate humanistic care and aesthetics,

to expand the depth and width of humanistic thinking, to enable students to recognize and respect multiculturalism, to enable students to improve the ability of aesthetics and creation, to enable students to draw on the wisdom of ancient and modern classics.


Social Science Category

Social science refers to all sciences that study the relationship among human behavior and culture, human beings and their living environment. They mainly use scientific methods to conduct research regarding the characteristics and changes of human social systems, policies, and values, to enable students to understand the characteristics of social groups and human behavior, to enable students to deepen citizenship and democratic literacy, to enable students to recognize gender and gender mainstreaming, to enable students to observe multiculturalism in society, to enable students to broaden their international horizons.


Natural Science and Application Science

Science can be divided into two major categories, including basic science and applied science. Basic science refers to study of the rationales and principles. The natural sciences include physics, chemistry, biology, earth sciences and astronomy. Applied science refers to applying basic scientific principles to carry out related technological developments in applications, manufacturing and production. The "Natural Science and Application Science" of general education course is designed for students and citizens to equip with knowledge, skills and attitudes of  natural science, to cultivate their basic scientific concepts, principles, methods, technologies and technology products and scientific processes to make judgments and analyze the advantages, risks, and the limitation of cognitive technology to society based on the application of scientific theory,

to develop the ability to apply scientific evidence, use scientific data to make a conclusion or judgment, to cultivate critical thinking ability and curiosity, and to develop the attitude regarding safety values and sustainability ethics issues.

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