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About the School

The School of Marxism can be traced back to the College of Zhongyuan University,Department of Politics, which was founded on December 5, 1949. The school was renamed College of Laws &Commerce in 1994,and College of Politics & Law in 1997. The year 2004 saw the combination of the College of Politics & Law and Marxism-Leninism Course Department, and the formation of the School of Marxism(School of Political Communication). At present, the school has formulated a fairly complete discipline system which includes Ideo-Political Education(Normal)and Politics (Non-normal, includes Ideo-Political Education, Philosophy and International Politics). The school has also come through a multi-level development from undergraduate education only to postgraduate and doctoral education included.

The school possesses a strong faculty with 76 teaching and administrative staff: 27 professors, 24 associate professors, 13 Ph.D. supervisors and 25 supervisors of postgraduates. We recruitundergraduates majoring in Ideo-Political Education(Normal)and Politics (Non-normal, includes Ideo-Political Education, Philosophy and International Politics), postgraduates focusing on Marxist Philosophy, Foreign Philosophy, Philosophy of Science & Technology, Logic, Ethnics, History of CPC, International Politics, Basic Principles of Marxism, Sinicization of Marxism, The Developing History of Marxism, Foreign Marxism, Ideo-Political Education, which amount to 12 tracks for academicmaster’s degree and 1 professional master’s degree in Teaching Methodology. We also recruit PH.D. Candidates for 7 tracks in Marxist Philosophy, History of CPC, Basic Principles of Marxism, Sinicization of Marxism, Foreign Marxism, and Ideo-Political Education.

The school has 1 doctoral specialty and1 postdoctoral research station major in Marxist Theory, 1 national first-grade subjects of Marxism, and 2 Hubei Provincial first-grade subjects of the Theory of Marxism (comprised of Basic Principles of Marxism, Sinicization of Marxism, The Developing History of Marxism, Foreign Marxism, Ideo-Political Education) and Provincial key subject of Marxist Philosophy. The subject of Ideo-Political Education is granted as thefirst batchof‘National Featured Specialty for higher education by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Finance.

Major Number404

Major Code030202

I. About the Major

The major of International Politics studies the transnational interactions of international actors that mainly includes nations, and studies factors that influence these interactions from viewpoint of political science. The demands for talents of global international worldview are coming into great quantity as the the international communication between China and the world increases of international communication of China. The undergraduate program of International Politics was established in 2003 and a postgraduate program was soon established. Students of the major are highly encouraged and strongly recommended to select courses of other majors or disciplineson precondition of excellent basis of International Politics, especially courses of foreign languages to meet the needs of globalization and further openness of China. The major has formulated a fairly complete discipline system for teaching and research, has provided adequate talents for the society, and thus got enjoyed great academic and social reputation.

II. Educational Objectives

This major is designed to provide students with solid theoretical knowledge of Marxist Theory and basic capacity of international politics, international law and political science. The major provide advanced personnel in the field of international politicswho suit for positions of foreign affairs, teaching and research in party/government organs, enterprises/institutions and social service units.

It also provides talented graduates to pursue postgraduate degree of international politics.

III. Basic Requirments

Students of this major mainly study and grasp basic theory and knowledge of Marxist and other international politics, international law and world economy, acquire skills of research, socialsurvey and statistics on international politics and international situation. Graduates will have the ability of teaching and research, investigation, analysis and judgment, coordination and arrangement on international politics.

Graduates of this major are expected to have the following knowledge and skills:

1Grasp the basic theories of Marxism and political science, international laws and international politics.

2Possess Marxist standpoint, viewpoint and methods of analyzing international problems, and get a capacity of analyze & judge the main international problems.

3Have a good knowledge of China’s foreign policies & regulations, have a good acquaintance of the theoretical frontier and development dynamics of international politics & world economy.

4.Masterthe main methods of Bibliography Retrieval andData accessof international politics and related majors, have a good ability for academic research and other practical works.

5.Have A broad basis of educational background and good Aesthetic cultivation, with scientific mode of thinking, spirit of innovation and teamwork.

6.Suit for position in foreign affairs and teaching/research in party & government organs, enterprises and institutions.

IV.Main Courses

Principles of Political Science, Theory of International Politics, Contemporary World Economy & Politics, International Law & International Organization, Modern History of International Relations, Foreign Affairs of Modern China, International Political Economy, Foreign Policy of USA, Politics & Economy of nations.

.Length of Schooling and Degree

Length of Schooling: 4 years

Degree: Bachelor of Laws

.Distribution of Credits

Semester

Course Type

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Total

Percentage

%

Common Courses (Required)

13

5

5

3

2

2

/

/

30

30.1

General Education (Required)

2

/

/

4

4

2

/

/

12

14.4

Major Courses (Required)

2

2

2

2

/

/

/

/

8

8.2

Major Courses (Elective)

Offered

/

8

8

22

24

18

/

15

95

/

Earned

/

1

1

6

7

3

/

4

22

22.7

General Education (Elective)

/

7

7

1

1

6

/

3

25

23.7

Subtotal

17

15

15

16

14

13

/

7

97

100

Ⅶ、List of Courses

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Minor Course

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Common Courses

Required

40100001

Conspectus of Chinese Modern History

1

2

32

0

16

2

1

40100002

Principles of Marxist Philosophy

1

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40100003

Marxist Political Economy

1

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40100004

Scientific Socialism

1

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40100005

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts and Chinese Characterized Socialism Theory System

4

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40100006

Selected Readings of Marxism-Leninism

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40100007

Dialectics of Nature

6

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

35000011

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 1

1

2

26

2

1

35000021

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 2

2

2

32

2

35000011

1

35000031

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 3

3

2

32

2

35000021

1

35000041

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 4

4

0

32

2

35000031

1

35000012

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 1

1

2

26

2

1

35000022

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 2

2

2

32

2

35000012

1

35000032

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 3

3

2

32

2

35000022

1

35000042

CEC Viewing Listening and Speaking 4

4

0

32

2

35000032

1

33001100

University Sports 1

1

1

26

2

1

33002100

University Sports 2

2

1

32

2

1

33003100

University Sports 3

3

1

32

2

1

33004100

University Sports 4

4

1

32

2

1

General Education Course

General Education Courses

Required

36036001

Teaching Language

1

1

17

0

32

1

2

36036002

Teaching Calligraphy

1

1

34

0

32

2

4

36011001

Essentials of Psychology

3

2

30

2

16

2

1

36012001

Fundamentals of Pedagogy

4

2

32

16

2

1

36013001

Modern Education TechnologyApplication

5

2

16

2

1

40136006

Teaching Design for Ideo-Political Discipline

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40136007

Ideological &Political Teaching Skills Training

6

2

32

0

16

2

40140006

1

40136008

Research on Textbook of Ideology&Politics for Middle School

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

Elective

Humane, Artsand Physical Courses

Optional, no less than 12 credits from 3 types. Trans-type election and election between Arts and Science are strongly recommend. Courses that are same or similar to those offered from major are not permitted for election. Credits from subsidiary subject could be charged against those from General Education Courses according to relating rules.

Social Science

Science

40140001

Introduction to Social Work

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40140002

Introduction to Sociology

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

40140003

Introduction to Law

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140004

Introduction to Logic

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

40140005

Culturology

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140006

Introduction to Modern Science & Technology

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

40140007

Ethics

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140008

History of Chinese Philosophy

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140009

Socialist Market Economy Theory

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140010

Method of Social Survey & Statistics

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140011

Public Relations

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140012

Contemporary Social Thoughts

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140013

History of Western Philosophy

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40140014

International Trade

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40140015

International Finance

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40140016

Contemporary Western Philosophy

8

2

32

0

16

2

3

40140017

Argumentation

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40140018

Professional Qualities and Test for Teaching Certificate

3

2

32

0

16

2

40140019

Mental Health Education and Consultation

4

2

32

0

16

2

40140020

Communication Psychology

4

2

32

0

16

2

31001001

Basis of Computer Engineering

4

3

56

34

4

1

31002041

Higher Mathematics (D)

5

4

70

32

5

1

31001004

Technique & Application of Database (D)

5

2

34

0

24

3

1

36021001

Children Development

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

36021002

Mental Guidance for Middle School Students

5

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

36021003

Teacher’ Professional Development & Mental Health

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

36022001

Educational Philosophy

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022002

Curriculum Design and Evaluation

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022003

Effective Teaching

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022004

Educational Research Method

5

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022005

Moral Education and Class Administration

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022006

School-Based Curriculum Development

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022007

Methodology Basis of Educational Research

5

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022008

Educational Survey and Statistics

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022009

Special Children Development and Learning

5

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022010

Thoughts of Famous Educators in China

5

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022011

Thoughts of Famous ForeignEducators

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022012

Teachers' Professional Development

5

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022013

Home Education

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022014

Teaching Case Analysis

5

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022015

Educational Law

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36022016

Middle School Comprehensive Practical Activity

6

1

16

/

/

2

36012001

3

/

36023001

Practice on IT & Curriculum Integration

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

36023002

Introduction to Modern Online Education

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

36023003

Case Study of Educational System Design

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

36023004

Educational Technology Research Methods

6

1

16

/

/

2

/

3

/

Specialized Courses

Specialized Course

Required

40410001

Principles of Political Science

1

2

32

0

16

2

1

40410002

Principles of Ideo-

Political Education

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

40410003

Methodology for Ideological &Political Education

3

2

32

0

16

2

1

40410004

Comparative Ideological &Political Education

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

Elective

40420001

International Law & International Organization

4

2

32

0

16

2

2

40420002

Main Issues in Contemporary International Relations

6

2

32

0

16

2

2

40420003

Specialized English

4

2

32

0

16

2

40120004

History of CPC

4

2

32

0

16

2

40120005

History of PRC

4

2

32

0

16

2

40120006

History of Western political Thoughts

4

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40120007

History of Modern Chinese Political Thoughts

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40120008

Contemporary World Economics and Politics

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40120009

Comparative Political System

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40120010

Science of Youth

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40120011

Public Administration

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

Y

40120012

Religious Studies

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120013

Modern Citizen Education

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40120014

Public Policy

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40120015

Esthetics

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40120016

Ideo-PoliticalHumane Forum

6

2

16

0

16

2

3

40120017

Management Psychology

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40120018

Science of Leadership

8

2

32

0

16

2

3

Y

40120019

Philosophy of Development

8

1

16

0

8

2

40120020

History of Marxist Philosophy

8

1

16

0

8

2

3

40120021

Developing History of Marxism

8

1

16

0

8

2

3

40120022

Marxist Concept of Civilization

8

1

16

0

8

2

3

40120023

Research on Foreign Marxism

8

1

16

0

8

2

3

40420024

Marxist Theory on International Politics

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

40420025

Global Issues and Governance

2

2

32

0

16

2

1

40420026

World Religion and International Relations

2

1

16

0

8

2

1

40120027

Science & Technology and Society

2

1

16

0

8

2

1

40120028

Life Ethics

2

1

16

0

8

2

1

40120029

Environment Philosophy

2

1

16

0

8

2

1

40120030

Political Philosophy

3

1

16

0

8

2

3

40120031

Philosophy of Value

3

1

16

0

8

2

3

40420032

International Public Relations

3

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420033

Introduction to Science of Diplomacy

3

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120034

Methodology of Science

3

1

16

0

8

2

3

40420035

History of Diplomatic Thoughts

3

1

32

0

16

2

3

40120036

Enterprise Culture

4

1

16

0

8

2

3

40420037

Topics on International Terrorism

4

1

16

0

8

2

3

40120038

Modern History of International Relations

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420039

Diplomacy in Modern China

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420040

Foreign Policy of USA

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420041

Theory of International Relations &Foreign Policy

4

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120042

Politics, Economy &Diplomacy of the World Areas and Nations

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420043

Politics, Economy &Diplomacy of EU

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420044

Politics, Economy &Diplomacy ofJapan

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420045

Introduction to International Communication

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120046

Introduction to Diplomacy

5

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120047

Topics on International Politics

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120048

Sino-US Relations and Taiwan Question

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120049

Government & Politics in China

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120050

Negotiation

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120051

Contemporary Global Issues

6

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120052

International Political Sociology

8

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120053

International Etiquette and Negotiation

8

2

32

0

16

2

3

40120054

Ecological Politics

8

2

32

0

16

2

3

40420055

Introduction to Contemporary Northeast Asia

8

2

32

0

16

2

3

VIIILaboratory and/or Practice Credit Requirement

Laboratory and/or Practice

Teacher Education Credit

Laboratory

Reading public lecture

2

Teaching Skills Training

Teacher talk

1

Handwriting skills

1

Teaching Practice

16

Teaching Observation

2

Graduation Thesis (Design)

6

Others

Military training

3

IX. Community Education
2 credits are given for reward of university level, 4 for provincial level and 5 for national level. Credits accumulation, which less than 5 are permitted. Other cases are decided by teaching committee of the school.
X. Explanations
1. Choosing courses across majors/programs from Ideo-Political Education (Non-Normal) and Philosophy is permitted and encouraged from the first four semesters. Required courses are different by different major.
2.Selecting of Marxist Philosophy, politics, history of CPC and history of PRC are permitted on condition ofexcellent performance in one’s own major.
3.Social investigation, Social practice, ability cultivation, collective activities and academic activities are strongly encouraged and will be for graduation assessment.
4.Preconditions for graduation from Ideo-Political Education are 97 course credits, 5 Community Education credits, fulfillment of all Laboratory and/or Practice Credit, meeting the foreign language requirement at the university, and passing the defense. Bachelor of Laws is conferred to those who fulfill all related requirements of the university.
5. Graduation is permitted on precondition of 107 credits and meeting other related rules of the university for those who do not fulfill all the Community Education credits.
6. Anyone who apply for Minor completion certificateof International Politics must fulfill 28 credits of minor courses. Anyone who apply for Minor bachelor's degreeof International Politics must fulfill 32 credits of minor courses and pass the defense of graduation thesis.



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