NCKU Curriculum Map
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3.
Goal   
  • Cultivate students to have global vision
  • Cultivate students to have concern for humanity and society
  • Cultivate students to acquire literacy in fundamental economics
  • To be members of the elite with dedicated attitude in work and group spirit
  • Principle Literacy and Competence   
    [Principle Literacy]
  • Culture transition
  • Historical consciousness
  • Artistic literacy
  • Civil literacy
  • Social concern
  • Benefit people and the society
  • International Perspective
  • [Competence]
  • Consolidate fundamental knowledge in economics
  • Acquire diversified knowledge from interdisciplinary fields
  • Be familiar with tools for economic analysis
  • Expand economic applications
  • Language proficiency and communication ability
  • Innovative and Leadership Abilities
  • Course Classification
    Course Classification Course Name
    A. Core General Education Courses
    B. Interdisciplinary General Education Courses
    C. Comprehensive General Education Courses
    [GE3101]LEADERSHIP FORUM, [GE3201]LEARNING BY PRACTICE (1), [GE3202]LEARNING BY PRACTICE(2)
    D. The Department Core Courses
    [ECON1001]PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (1), [ECON1002]PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (2), [ECON1003]STATISTICS (1), [ECON1004]STATISTICS (2), [ECON1005]ACCOUNTING (1), [ECON1006]ACCOUNTING (2), [ECON1007]MACROECONOMICS(1), [ECON1008]MACROECONOMICS(2), [ECON1009]MICROECONOMICS(1), [ECON1010]MICROECONOMICS(2), [ECON1011]PUBLIC FINANCE, [ECON1012]MONEY AND BANKING, []INTERNATIONAL TRADE, []INTERNATIONAL FINANCE, [MATH1051]CALCULUS (1), [MATH1052]CALCULUS (2), [MATH1052]CALCULUS (2)
    E. Math & Quantity Analysis
    [ECON2001]MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS, [ECON2002]ECONOMIC MATHEMATICS, [ECON2003]METHODOLOGY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, [ECON2004]ECONOMETRICS (1), [ECON3001]ECONOMETRICS (2), [ECON3002]ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, [ECON3012]ECONOMIC GROWTH, [ECON3013]INFORMATION ECONOMICS, [ECON3016]INTRODUCTION TO BIG DATA ANALYSIS, [ECON3017]PROGRAMMING FOR SOCIAL SCIENTISTS, [ECON4001]MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS, [ECON4002]GAME THEORY, [ECON4011]ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY, [ECON5005]ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND HAPPINESS ECONOMICS, [ECON5007]ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UNDER DIGITALIZATION ERA, [ECON5009]ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    F. Applied Economics
    [ECON]SPECIAL TOPICS ON ECONOMETRICS, [ECON]SPECIAL TOPICS ON MICROECONOMICS, [ECON]SPECIAL TOPICS ON AGING ECONOMY, [ECON2005]RESOURCE ECONOMICS, [ECON2007]THE WESTERN ECONOMIC HISTORY, [ECON2010]A HISTORICAL ANALYSIS OF TAIWAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, [ECON3003]ENGINEERING ECONOMICS, [ECON3004]RESEARCH IN THE CROSS-STRAIT ECONOMIC RELATION, [ECON3005]URBAN ECONOMICS, [ECON3006]RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, [ECON3006]ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS, [ECON3010]INVESTMENT BANKING, [ECON3011]HISTORY OF ECONOMICS THOUGHT, [ECON3014]ECONOMICS OF MANAGEMENT, [ECON3015]FINANCIAL ECONOMICS, [ECON3019]MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND POLICY, [ECON4003]INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION, [ECON4004]HEALTH ECONOMICS, [ECON4005]LABOR ECONOMICS, [ECON4006]COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS, [ECON4012]FINANCIAL MARKETS, [ECON4013]RISK MANAGEMENT, [ECON4014E]TOPICS IN MACROECONOMIC POLICY, [ECON5001]NEUROECONOMICS
    G. Elective Courses
    [ECON2006]INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC AND TRADE LAW, [ECON3007]INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS, [ECON3008]INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, [ECON3009]INTRODUCTION OF LAW, [ECON4010]FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
    H. Labor Program
    [ECON0001]SERVICE STUDY (1), [ECON0002]SERVICE STUDY (2)
    I. Physical Education
    [ECON3018]POLITICAL ECONOMY
    J. Military Training
    Development