國立臺北教育大學 - 幼兒與家庭教育學系
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Course Structure
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I. Undergraduate Program
The course information are shown as below:
  General Courses Areas of Specialization Optional Courses Educational Specialization Minimum Req.
Common courses Fundamental courses Other College Courses
Req. Elect.
General Program Req. Elect. Req. Elect. Elect. 42 38 20 0 128
0 0 12 4 12
Teacher Training Program 0 0 12 4 12 42 38 20 20 148
 
Footnote:
1. General Courses includes common courses (such as Physical Education, Service related courses and English proficiency improvement) for zero credit hour, 16 credit hours of fundamental courses and 12 credit hours of other college provided courses. For required credit hours in other college courses, students should select courses that are provided from other colleges to meet this requirement.
2. Optional Courses
 
a. Related courses provided by this department
b. Areas of specialization related courses provided by other Educational departments
c. Courses provided by other departments, other domestic universities or international universities
d. Courses offered in professional module
◎ Note: the credit hours from common courses will not be awarded in Elective courses.
3. To obtain the kindergarten teacher certification, students need to take 20 credit hours of educational Specialization courses in addition to their department required credit hours. For students who would obtain preschool special education certificate, they are required to take additional 30 credit hours from special education courses. Before taking those special educational courses, students should have completed 48 credit hours from the department of ECFE and kindergarten teacher certification. Besides this requirement, students must apply for and receive the department's admission prior to select special education courses.
4. The department also offers courses related to "Educational Specialists in Family education" and "Practicum in Childhood Literatures." Students require to take at least 20 credit hours to accomplish these two programs, the courses credits also count into their optional courses. Other related information state in the students' degree handbook.
5. Prior to graduation, students will have to take advance practicum courses from one of the areas of specialization. Required options are described as follow:
 
a. Area of Curriculum and Teaching: Educational Practicum for Kindergarten Teaching (I) and (II) (Courses of Teacher Licensure Program)
b. Area of Preschool Special Education: Practicum on Special Education (I) and (II) (prerequisite: Instructional Materials and Methods for Students with Disabilities (I) and (II) )
c. Area of Industry and Service: Practicum of Children's Industry (prerequisite: Introduction and Practice of Culture Industry for Children)
d. Area of Family and Child Care: Family Life Education Program Planning, Family Life Education Practice
*Undergraduate Course List
 
 II. Master Program
 The course structure of our master program are as following:
1. The required courses include three areas of studies:
 
1) Research Methods 
2) History and Philosophy
3) Core Studies on Early Childhood Education
2.  The elective courses include five areas of studies:
 
1) Young Children's Development and Life 
2) Administration and Policy of Early Childhood Education
3) Early Childhood Curriculum and Instruction 
4) Development and Career Plan of Early Childhood Educators 
5) Family Education 

A minimum of 33 credit hours is required for all master’s degree candidates. The overall credit hours includes 0 credit hour in thesis, 3 credit hours for required courses, 12 credit hours for required elective courses, and 18 credit hours for optional elective courses. Within elective courses, credit hours for elective courses provided from other department are limit to 9 credit hours. Credit hours taken from evening master program shall not exceed 4.

The following is the summary for master students regarding the limit of credit hours: (Note: the limit of credit hours per semester includes a maximum of 21 credit hours from Educational Curriculum Courses)

  The first semester: 9 to 15 credit hours
  The second semester: 9 to 15 credit hours
  The third semester: 6 to 15 credit hours
  The forth semester: 0 to 15 credit hours
*Master program Course List
    
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