Course Map for Undergraduate Students
(All courses are taught in Chinese)

University Requirement (32 credits)
1st year 2nd year
Time for Class Advisor; Time for Class Advisor
All-out Defense Education Military Training Foreign Language
Chinese Physical Education
Foreign Language (English)  
Introduction to University Studies  
Physical Education  
3rd year 4th year
Time for Class Advisor Time for Class Advisor
Philosophy of Life Professional Ethics
General education requirement
Students have to take 4 credits from each field, and it requires at least 2 credits from the field of Humanities and Arts.
Sociology Major Requirement (34 credits)
1st year 2nd year
Sociology: An Introduction I Social Research
Sociology: An Introduction II Social Theory I
Social Statistics  
3rd year 4th year
Social Theory II Bachelor's Thesis II
Bachelor's Thesis(I)  
Sociology Elective Courses (40 credits)
6 categories of courses to choose. Elective courses are subject to change every calendar year.
Additional elective courses (22 credits) can be earned from other departments.
Social Structure and Organizations Sociological Methods and Applications
Social Stratification and Social Inequalities Emprical and Quantitative Social Analysis
  Sociology of Law
Contemporary French Sociological Theories Research analysis of Juvenile deviant behavior
Global Perspectives on Social Change Social survey of public opinion
Introducing the 21st-Century IP Theory Reflexivity and Creativity in Social Sciences
The Sociology of Leadership and Organizations An Introduction on the Theory & Management of the Nonprofit Organization
  Embarrassing Sociology
  Categorical Data Analysis
  Housing and Urban Studies
  Internal And International Migration
  Geographical Information System and Social Analysis
Culture and Psychology Economic and Social Issues and Development
The sociology of museums Sociology of Financial Markets
Contemporary Japanese Society Economic Sociology
Sociology of Consumption Social Issue and Social Innovation
Sociology of Emotion Analyzing Taiwan
Sociology of Leisure Market Reform and Social Change in China
Visual Sociology Sociological Inquiry on China's Reform
Cultural Anthropology Sociology of History
Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Labor
Performing the Society Economics
Media and Communication Analysis of International Society
Psychology Introduction to criminology
Social Psychology The Sociology of Crime Analysis
Sociology of Arts Risk and Society
  Studies on the Chinese Society & Economy
  The End of Development Studies
  Study on Mainland China & Cross-Strait Relations
  Social Structure and the Development of Industry
  Demographic transition and transformation of love and intimacy relationship
Family and Gender Health Care and Technology
Gender Studies Sociology of Health and Illness
Sociology of the Family Science, Technology and Everyday Life
Sociology of Childhood Medical Sociology
Sociological Seminar-Youth Study Technology, Development & Environment
Sociology of Aging Technology, Development, and the End of Development Studies

Contact Information

Secretary, Undergraduate Program
Secretary, Graduate Program
OFFICE: SL353,3rd floor, Loyola Hall