College of Foreign Languages
Development Orientation of French Specialty
ó˝. Program Goals and Standards
(ó˝). Program Goals
This program cultivates graduates with proficient foreign language skills underpinned by a correct political orientation and sound ethical standard, who enjoy an extensive knowledge base of both human science and natural science, as well as great adaptability, innovative spirit and an open mind.
(ó˛). Program Standards
Students are required to:
Love socialist motherland, advocate the leadership of CPC, understand Marxism, Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought and Deng Xiaoping Theory; serve the people and the modernization drive; have a sense of responsibility for the prosperity of the country and the nation; cooperate with others to overcome difficulties; develop a sound set of ethical standard, social morality and professional ethics.
develop a human and scientific spirit guided by an innovative approach and modernization outlook; acquire in-depth knowledge with a broad spectrum driven by the ability of independent knowledge acquisition and innovation; manage the basic way of scientific research; improve the ability of finding out problems and solve them; have a good command of French and relevant skills; master the first and second foreign languages, and understand a third one; reach the specified standard in terms of computer skills, adapt to various requirements of future jobs like teaching, research, management, and translation.
Learn about military and national defense knowledge, receive necessary education and training; manage the scientific way of body building, and form a good habit and exercising and personal hygiene; reach the national standard in terms of physical sports, mental health and aesthetic abilities.
ó˛. Degree and Credit Requirement
(ó˝) Credit Requirement
To graduate, a student must acquire at least 196 credits according to the development orientation in the Education Plan.
For general courses, 56 credits are required, including 44 credits for compulsory courses and 12 credits for elective courses;
For basic courses of the discipline, 26 credits are required, including 12 credits for compulsory courses and 14 credits for elective courses;
For specialized compulsory courses 54 credits are required and 48 credits are required for specialized elective courses;
In addition, 12 credits are required for other education sections (6 credits for graduate thesis, 2 credits for military training and 4 credits for social practice).
(ó˛). Degree Description
A student who meet the degree requirement will be conferred a Bachelorí»s Degree in Arts.
óˇ. Courses offered
(ó˝) General Courses (56 credits)
1. Compulsory Courses (44 credits)
Fundamental Theory of Marxism Philosophy
Fundamental Theory of Marxist Political Economics
Introduction to the Thoughts of Mao Zedong
An Introduction to Deng Xiaoping's Theory and Major Thoughts of Three Representatives
Principles of Law
Physical Education ó˛
Physical Education óˇ
Physical Education ó˘
College English ó˝
College English ó˛
College English óˇ
College English ó˘
Note: Students of our department need to choose a language from Russia, Japanese, French, French and Spanish as his (her) second foreign language; students can elect PE and computer courses according to the practical situation after enrollment. For details please see the explanation.
2. Elective Courses (12credits)
Students may elect freely among the public elective courses as well as all the courses of the university.
úĘó˛úęBasic Courses of the Discipline (26 credits)
For basic courses of the discipline, 12 credits are required for compulsory courses and 14 courses are required for elective courses (6 credits from courses in group A, and 8 credits from courses in group B).
1. Compulsory courses:
France ú║A Survey
History and Anthology of French Literatures & Selected Reading ó˝
History and Anthology of French Literatures & Selected Reading ó˛
French Practical Writing
Selected Reading of French Newspaper and Periodicals
Grammar and Rhetoric
2. Elective Courses
There are two groups of elective courses: the courses elected by the students of the department and the courses offered by the department.
Social Science Studies & Thesis Writing
European Politics and Culture
Rhetoric and General Stylistics
French History and Civilization
Appreciation of Foreign Literary Masterpieces
Modern and Contemporary History of the World
Advanced Mathematics D
International Finance and Trade
History of Western Philosophy
(óˇ) Specialized Courses (102creditsúę
A student should acquire 102 credits for specialized courses, including 54 credits for compulsory courses and 48 credits for elective courses.
1. Specialized Compulsory Courses (54 credits)
Oral & Written Interpretationó˝
Oral & Written Interpretationó˛
2. Specialized Elective Courses (48 credits among 62 credits)
French Listening Comprehension & Communicationó˝
French Listening Comprehension & Communicationó˛
French Listening Comprehension & Communicationóˇ
French Listening Comprehension & Communicationó˘
Oral French ó˝
Oral French ó˛
Oral French óˇ
Oral French ó˘
Oral French ó§
Science & Technology French