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Academics

Fine Arts (Calligraphy)

1. Program Description

The Calligraphy program stresses students’ inheritance of Chinese traditional art of calligraphy and cultivates their ability to innovate in this art and integrate theory with practice. This program also emphasizes on borrowing from other forms of art to raise students’ comprehensive accomplishments in arts and humanities. It aims at cultivating high-level professional talents with solid foundation, all-round development and profound knowledge who have a creative ability and innovative spirit, as well as an international vision and an awareness of cutting-edge exploration, so as to be engaged in education, creation and theoretical research in calligraphy.

2. Program Duration and Credit

This is a four-year undergraduate program, which can be completed within a minimum of three years and a maximum of seven years.

A total of 159 credits are required upon the completion of the program.

3. Curriculum

Three modules of courses are offered for the program: Basic Curriculum, Essential Curriculum, and Elective Curriculum. The Basic and Essential curricula are compulsory for a Bachelor’s degree.

The Elective Curriculum in the list includes extended disciplinary courses offered by the school into which an individual student is admitted, as well as cross disciplinary courses offered by other schools. Students can choose the extended and cross disciplinary courses according to their personal interests and career plans; however, credits should be approved by the School.

(1)Basic Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

101304122123

Philology

2

2

 

101304122124

The ancient Chinese I

2

2

 

101300122105

Art History of China

3

2

 

101300122106

Sketching B

1

3

Practical course

101304122125

The ancient Chinese Ⅱ

2

3

 

101300122104

Art History of West Countries

3

3

 

101300122102

Introduction to Art

2

4

 

101304122203

Fine arts professional introduction(Calligraphy)

1

1

 

101304122214

Chinese calligraphy history(Ⅰ)

2

1

 

101304122213

Calligraphy introduction

3

1

 

101304122215

Chinese calligraphy history(ⅠⅠ)

2

2

 

101304122216

Ancient Calligraphy Theory

3

3

 

(2)Essential Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

101304123029

Lishu(1)

2

1

Practical course

101304123021

Xingshu(1)

2

1

Practical course

101304123025

Kaishu(1)

3

1

Practical course

101304123030

Lishu(2)

2

2

Practical course

101304123022

Xingshu(2)

2

2

Practical course

101304123026

Kaishu(2)

3

2

Practical course

101304123027

Kaishu(3)

2

3

Practical course

101304123031

Lishu(3)

2

3

Practical course

101304123023

Xingshu(3)

2

3

Practical course

101304123035

Zhuanshu(Ⅰ)

2

3

Practical course

101304123028

Kaishu(4)

1

4

Practical course

101304123032

Lishu(4)

2

4

Practical course

101304123024

Xingshu(4)

2

4

Practical course

101304123036

Zhuanshu(ⅠⅠ)

2

4

Practical course

101304123019

Caoshu(Ⅰ)

2

4

Practical course

101304123033

Calligraphy and Seal(Ⅰ)

2

5

Practical course

101304123020

Caoshu(ⅠⅠ)

3

5

Practical course

101304123034

Calligraphy and Seal(ⅠⅠ)

2

6

Practical course

101304123001

Graduation Creation

2

8

 

101304123002

Graduation Thesis

2

8

 

(3)Elective Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

101304124021

Sketch D

2

2

Practical course

101304124002

Computer art

1.5

4

 

101304124003

Appreciation and Criticism of Art

2

5

 

101304124023

Chinese Painting I

3

5

Practical course

101304124020

Calligraphy and painting Appreciation

2

6

 

101304124022

The Introduction to Chinese Traditional Culture

2

6

 

101304124024

Chinese Painting II

2

6

Practical course

101304124019

Calligraphy creation

4

6

Practical course

101300124002

Essay Writing

1

7

 

101304124006

Chinese Folk Art

2

7

 

101304124025

Specialized creation

3.5

7

Practical course

101300124003

Specialized inspection

1

8

Practical course

101300124001

International exchanges and visiting

4

 

Practical course

100401224005

Educational ethics

1

5,6

 

100401224002

The Psychological Counseling on Middle School Students

1

5

 

100401224003

The Moral Psychology and Education of Middle School Students

1

5

 

100401124001

Research methods of art education

1

5

 

100401224012

The data analysis of questionnaires based on SPSS

2

5,6

 

100401224004

Philosophy of education

1

6,7

 

100401224013

The Design and Development of Digital Teaching Resources

1

6,7

 

100401124002

Educational measurement and evaluation of art

1

6

 

100401124003

Inquiry learning and guidance of art

1

6

 

100401224007

The study of hot issues on basic education

2

6

 

100401224008

The Introduction to School Administration

1

7,8

 

100401224010

The Research on the Educational Thoughts of China's Great Contemporary Teachers

1

7,8

 

100401224011

Appreciation of  educational movies

1

7,8

 

100401124004

Art school-based curriculum development

1

7

 

(Note: 1. Odd-number semesters are the fall semesters and even-number semesters are the spring semesters in each academic year.

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