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Discription of the Japanese Major 

1. Pedagogical Features

The SFL boasts three main pedagogical features as follows.

First, there are orientations of two foreign languages. The school has established English-French, English-Portuguese and Japanese-English orientations to train professionals with good linguistic competence in two foreign languages.

Second, there is a double-major program. In September, 2010, the SFL and the School of Chinese established a collaborative program of English-TCFL (Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language) as a double major to train more competitive professionals for the job market. In the future, the school will cooperate with other schools of the university to launch more double-major programs.

The third feature is the training of interdisciplinary professionals. The school encourages its students to learn another specialty as their second major or learn minor courses of another major, so that they will be proficient in one or two foreign languages and good at another major/skill. Take the graduates of 2011 for examples. About 16% of them obtained a second degree or learned minor courses of another major in Law, Finance, Business Management, and so on.


2. Japanese Majors:2 Orientations

* Japanese-English Orientation


Objectives: To let students receive sound training of listening, speaking, reading, writing and translating in both Japanese and English. In addition to a good mastery of both languages, students will acquaint themselves with the culture, economy, politics and social affairs in Britain, America, Japan, and other South East Asian countries.

Future Career Placement: governmental organs, enterprises, companies, or other organizations concerning foreign affairs, translation, trade, culture, journalism, education, tourism, etc.

Major Core Courses: Basic Japanese, Oral Japanese, Japanese Listening and Speaking, Japanese Writing and Rhetoric, Advanced Japanese, Survey of Japan, Selected Readings of Japanese Literary Works, Ancient Japanese, History of Japanese Literature, Translation between Chinese and Japanese, Extensive Japanese Reading, Japanese Listening, Japanese Interpreting, Japanese Linguistics, Advanced Japanese Writing, Intensive English Reading, English Listening and Speaking, English Extensive Reading, Oral English, English Writing, History and Culture of English-speaking countries, English Listening and Video Watching, etc.

 

* Business Japanese Orientation


Objectives: To train professionals who will work in a foreign-funded company or enterprise. Students will be able to use Japanese as a working language to write business correspondence, to conduct negotiations and to meet the linguistic requirements of a foreign-funded company or enterprise.

Future Career Placement: governmental organs, enterprises, companies, or other organizations concerning trade, culture, journalism, education, etc.

Major Core Courses: Basic Japanese, Oral Japanese, Japanese Listening and Speaking, Japanese Writing and Rhetoric, Advanced Japanese, Survey of Japan, Selected Readings of Japanese Literary Works, Ancient Japanese, History of Japanese Literature, Translation between Chinese and Japanese, Extensive Japanese Reading, Japanese Listening, Japanese Interpreting, Japanese Linguistics, Advanced Japanese Writing, Business Japanese, Advanced Business Japanese Reading, Advanced Business Japanese-Listening and Speaking, Business Japanese-Listening and Speaking, Business Japanese-Reading and Writing, Business Japanese Translation, English (the Second Foreign Language), etc.

 

 

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