Undergraduate – Curriculum

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  1. 本系選課注意事項及必修科目表請參閱附檔。
  2. 有意修習「英語口語訓練一上」的本系學生,包括大一新生、輔系語言組、雙修、轉系及轉學生,皆需於每學年第1學期參加分班測驗,並依分班結果選課。未參加測驗之同學,不得修習此門課。
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必修科目表

Bachelor’s Program Courses

/Curriculum Design/

 

During their four years of study in this program, students must obtain 128 credits in total to meet the degree’s graduation requirement. The credits include 24 credits of courses required by the university and general education courses, as well as the department’s 77 required and 27 elective credits. Among departmental required courses, the proportion of language/linguistic courses to literary courses is 1:1.5. Students are allowed to take 15 to 25 credits each semester during freshman to junior year, and senior students are allowed to take 9 to 25 credits each semester.

 

/Curriculum Features/

 

1.Required Courses

The department’s required courses are divided into the categories of literature and language training. For the design of literature courses, on the one hand, the department provides students with a comprehensive overview of the historical development of literature in “Introduction to Western Literature,” then proceeds to introduce students to British, American, and European literature. On the other hand, the department helps students explore methods for studying different genres of literary works in “Approaches to Literature,” as well as in advanced fiction and drama courses. Through these courses’ guidance on literary readings, students will be introduced to the development of western culture, philosophy, and ethos.

 

Aside from taking introductory courses, courses on literary periods, and courses on selected readings of drama and fiction, students must obtain 9 extra credits from the Seminars on Literature and Cultural Studies to meet the required literature credits. In recent years, available courses in the last category have included “Literary Theory,” “Arthurian Literature,” “Film Art and Ideology,” “Introduction to Popular Culture,” “Twentieth-Century Irish Theatre,” “Contemporary English Plays,” “Literature, Animals, and Society,” “Storytelling in French,” “Islamic History and Culture,” “French Cultural Studies,” “German Cultural Studies,” “Spanish Contemporary Culture,” and “The Introduction of Chinese Literature History,” etc.

 

The department’s language training courses, including “English Oral Training,” “English Composition,” “Translation,” and “Comprehensive English Listening and Reading,” etc., are conducted in intensive and small class settings. This helps students train their skills in English listening, speaking, reading, writing, and Chinese-English translation.

 

The department also offers second foreign language courses in French, German, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Arabic, Turkish, Polish, Czech, Latin, and Ancient Greek. Each student must take courses in one of these second foreign languages for at least two years and obtain 12 credits. Students are also allowed to take Japanese courses offered by our university’s Japanese department or other foreign language courses for two years, to fulfill the department’s credit requirement in this section.

 

2.Elective Courses

In recent years, the department has offered elective courses such as “Introduction to Phonetics,” “Interpreting Theory and Techniques,” “Journalistic Writing,” “Business English,” “Introduction to Language Testing,” “Presenting in English: Techniques and Practices,” and “French Pronunciation and Aural Training.” Students are also allowed to take elective courses offered by other faculties or departments.

 

/Curriculum Planning/

 

To maintain the overall teaching quality and improve course contents, the department has formed a curriculum committee and committees of various subjects. Each committee meet on a regular basis to discuss teaching plans and share teaching experiences, facilitating interactions among the instructors and exchanges of teaching methods.

Required Literature courses|Introductions

 

Course Credits Year of Study Note
Approaches to Literature (I)(II) 3、3 Freshman

 

Required Literature courses|Literary Studies in Chronological Divisions

 

Course Credits Year of Study Note
Introduction to Western Literature (I) 3 Freshman Students are required to take 3 out of the 4 “Introduction to Western Literature”/ “European Literature courses,” with a total of 9 credits obtained.
Introduction to Western Literature (II) 3 Freshman Students are required to take 3 out of the 4 “Introduction to Western Literature”/ “European Literature” courses, with a total of 9 credits obtained.
European Literature 1350-1800 3 Sophomore Students are required to take 3 out of the 4 “Introduction to Western Literature”/ “European Literature” courses, with a total of 9 credits obtained.
European Literature Since 1800 3 Sophomore Students are required to take 3 out of the 4 “Introduction to Western Literature”/ “European Literature” courses, with a total of 9 credits obtained.
Medieval English Literature Students are required to take at least one of these three courses. 3 Sophomore Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/ American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Sixteenth-century English Literature 3 Sophomore Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/ American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Seventeenth-century and Eighteenth-century English Literature 3 Sophomore Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
English Romanticism Students are required to take at least one of these three courses. 3 Junior Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Victorian Literature 3 Junior Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Twentieth-century English Literature 3 Junior Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Early American Literature Students are required to take at least one of these three courses. 3 Senior Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Nineteenth-century American Literature 3 Senior Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.
Twentieth-century American Literature 3 Senior Students are required to take 5 out of the 9 English Literature/American Literature courses, with a total of 15 credits obtained.

 

Required Literature courses|Readings in Selected Dramas

 

Course Credits Year of Study Note
Drama (I) 3 Junior Students are required to take 1 out of the 6 drama courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Drama (II) 3 Junior Students are required to take 1 out of the 6 drama courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Shakespeare Drama 3 Junior Students are required to take 1 out of the 6 drama courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Twentieth-century Irish Drama 3 Junior Students are required to take 1 out of the 6 drama courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Modern European Drama 3 Junior Students are required to take 1 out of the 6 drama courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Contemporary British and American Drama 3 Junior Students are required to take 1 out of the 6 drama courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.

 

Required Literature courses|Readings in Selected Fictions

 

Course Credits Year of Study Note
Fiction (I) 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Fiction (II) 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Introduction to Utopian Fiction 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
English Fiction 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Selected Readings of James Joyce’s Fiction 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Irish Novels 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Fiction: Postcolonial Africa 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Fiction: Postcolonial Asia 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
British Women Writers and the Novels 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Selected Readings in 20th Century American Short Stories 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Coming-of-Age Novels 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.
Seminar on Science Fiction and Film 3 Senior Students are required to take 1 out of the 12 fiction courses, with a total of 3 credits obtained.

 

Seminars on Literature and Culture

 

Students are required to obtain 9 credits in this section during their studies in the department. Please click here for listing of the courses.

 

Required Language Training Courses|Linguistics

 

Course Credits Year of Study Note
Introduction to Linguistics (I)(II) 3、3 Sophomore

 

Required Language Training Courses|English Training

 

Course Credits Year of Study Note
English Oral Training I (1) (2) 2、2 Freshman Since the courses are instructed in small classes, students are required to participate in sequence and are not allowed to skip any sessions.
English Oral Training II (1) (2) 2、2 Sophomore Since the courses are instructed in small classes, students are required to participate in sequence and are not allowed to skip any sessions.
English Composition I (1)(2) 2、2 Freshman Since the courses are instructed in small classes, students are required to participate in sequence and are not allowed to skip any sessions.
English Composition II (1)(2) 2、2 Sophomore Since the courses are instructed in small classes, students are required to participate in sequence and are not allowed to skip any sessions.
English Composition III (1)(2) 2、2 Junior Students are required to choose either “English Composition III” or “Translation (1)(2)” to meet the required 4 credits.
Translation (1)(2) 2、2 Junior Students are required to choose either “English Composition III” or “Translation (1)(2)” to meet the required 4 credits.

 

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課程地圖

╱教育目標╱
  1. 培養英美文學研究的專業學識
  2. 厚植人文素養與文化思辨力
  3. 訓練外語的表達與思考能力
╱學生核心能力╱
  1. 深度閱讀討論外國文學文化
  2. 可靠外語溝通能力
  3. 獨立與批判性思考、主動提問與解決問題的能力
  4. 通過所學外語之官方檢定或具有同等能力
  5. 透過科學方法檢視語言現象背後的規律
  6. 解讀文化、認識文學與其他藝術表現形式的關係、具備進階專業文學及人文研究的初步素養

第二外語課程組合

  • 即日起,凡台大學生(不限系所年級)修畢第二外語課程組合規定之32學分,可申請核發修習證明書。
  • 本課程組合分為德文組、法文組及西文組,包含基礎語言課程12學分,進階語言課程6學分,文化課程8學分,以及文學課程6學分。各組必修課程如附檔所列。若法/德/西語已達相當程度,可直接修習第二年或第三年語言課程。
  • 申請方式: 修畢所有學分之後,持歷年成績單至外文系辦公室申請。
  • 本課程組合並非學程,不得以未修畢學分為由要求延畢。
  • 本課程組合所有學分皆可計入外文系畢業學分。基礎語言課程計為第二外語必修12學分。進階課程計為選修學分或文學文化專題學分。
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語言學與語言教學課程組合

即日起,凡外文系學生(含輔系、雙修生)修畢「語言學與語言教學課程組合」規定之24學分,即可取得修習證明書。

╱本課程組合包含╱
  • 必修基礎課程「語言學概論上、下」(或「英語語言學概論上/下),共6學分。
  • 選修進階課程,如附檔,分三領域:【一般語言學】、【應用語言學】、【語言教學】,於此三領域中任選18學分。此18學分可計入本系規定之選修學分數。
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  • 修畢所有學分之後,可於每年六至七月持歷年成績單至外文系辦公室申請修習證明書。/li>
  • 本課程組合並非學程,學生不得以未修畢學分為由要求延畢。