School of Humanities and Social SciencesJanuary 18, 2023 2023-07-16 12:10
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
|Areas||No. of Courses||Credit Hours|
|A. General Education Courses||12||36|
|B. Core Courses (Compulsory)||9||27|
|C. Core Courses (Elective)||12||36|
|D. Concentration Area—(i) Literature, or (ii) Applied Linguistics and ELT—Courses||7||21|
|E. Community Service (Compulsory)||–||Non-Credit|
|F. Career Preparation & Enrichment Workshops (Compulsory)||–||Non-Credit|
A. General Education Courses: 12 Courses, 36 Credits
B. Core Courses (Compulsory): 9 Courses 27 Credits
C. Core Courses (Elective): 12 Courses, 36 Credits
D (i). Concentration Area—Literature: 7 Courses, 21 Credits
D (ii). Concentration Area—Linguistics and ELT: 7 Courses, 21 Credits
E. COMMUNITY SERVICE (NON-CREDIT)
This is a non-credit requirement for graduation at the University. A student must provide community service for at least two weeks at any time during the final year of bachelor’s studies, as certified by a designated faculty member. The community service must be in programs or activities approved by the University.
G. CAREER PREPARATION & ENRICHMENT WORKSHOPS (NON-CREDIT)
All undergraduates are required to participate in a series of Career Preparation & Enrichment workshops to prepare themselves for job applications and necessary skills for future career success. We will help you identify your unique values, interests, and goals through workshops, small groups, and one-on-one discussion. The objective is to help you to enhance your employability in national and international organizations.
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