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Curriculum

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Vision for course planning
Confronting a society filled with challenges and changes, the department of applied cosmetology continuously improves and enriches the teaching content, cultivates talents and devotes itself to basic or applied research. We established students propose the technology and knowledge foundation, and hope they can contribute themselves to the cosmetics fashion industry and the general public. The vision for course planning, inherit Hungkuang University’s "people-oriented, caring for life" philosophy and insist on our beliefs on "Aesthetics, Creativity, Professionalism, and Prospective". To meet the development goals of Human Science and Social Innovation College, we make vigorous effort to implement the concept of technical and vocational education. Carried out through the three-in-one policy of "learning, examination and using" and cultivate high-level professional and technical talents with both academic theory and practical certificates, humanistic aesthetics, and creative thinking.
The four-year course programs are divided into two groups: "cosmetics technology" and "fashion beauty art". Complementary the core competencies of "cosmetics technology ability", "aesthetic ability", "management ability" extend to five course modules, including cosmetic technology, physiological beauty, beauty skills, beauty art, and management science. According these modules to build student abilities, develop school characteristics and reflect the needs of the workplace.

(1) General education courses:
The general education courses planning is based on the school's "people-oriented, life-care" philosophy framework, including potential courses and formal courses. In order to shape the campus environment of humanistic literacy, the potential courses are designed to cultivate students' character education (life, art, humanities and environmental education) and self-learning ability (Happy Reading Project). The formal courses are designed to include basic ability courses, core general education courses and classified general education courses for 40 credits in daytime and 34 credits in further education.


(2) Professional courses:
According to the characteristics of cultivation, industry needs, and students' aspirations, the program of the graduate professional courses (including the Day and Night Department) is grouped. The required elective courses must be taken for a total of 88 credits in the Day Department and 94 credits in the Night Department before graduation. The compulsory courses are designed to lay the foundation and core professional abilities. Therefore, the first and second grades focus on cultivating multiple basic abilities, and the third and fourth grades emphasize the development of professional fields and practical ability. Elective courses are based on students' interests and future development, subject module courses and inter-faculty course courses, and 8 credits of optional courses from other departments are open.

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