Colleges
Deaprtments and Majors of College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Social Work (undergraduate)

Introduction to Social Work: Social work aims at cultivating the students to be practical and inter-disciplinary talents with social work values and professional sense of responsibility, solid basic theory of social work and knowledge as well as skilled social work practice skills and social research capabilities and to become DE wisdom body, all-round development of people. This major was opened in 2002, the length of schooling is for four years and can award bachelor's degree in law.

Curriculum: The curriculum includes the Introduction to Sociology, Social Survey Principles and Research Method, Social Psychology, Casework, Group Work, Community Work, Social Policy, Social Security and Welfare, Social Administration and other courses.

Major Features:This major is to train the students to set up the correct professional values of social work, to master the basic theory and knowledge of social work combined with the school discipline superiority and focus on the cultivation of related theories and practical skills of social work in rural communities. The aim is to encourage students to become rural advanced talents in social work who can carry out the necessary skills and methods of social work expertly and possess the capability of understanding the rural social basic situation and mastering the knowledge of the social work in rural areas.

Employment orientation:The graduates of social work are able to work in education and scientific research institutions, government agencies, social organizations, enterprises and institutions, urban and rural communities and non-governmental organizations to engage in all kinds of social work practice such as social security, social policy advocacy and research, social work management, community services, community development, social work and project evaluation operation, social protection of the rights and interests of vulnerable groups and so on.

Tourism Management (Undergraduate)

Introduction to Tourism Management: Tourism Management aims at cultivating high quality talents withsolid foundation of professional knowledge andstrong practical ability of autonomous learning and innovation spirit in the fields of tourism management, the development and utilization of forest resource protection and tourism, leisure agriculture and rural tourism.

This major was opened in 2000, formerly known as the Forest Resources Conservation and Recreation. In 2013 officially renamed to the Tourism Management, the length of schooling is for four years and can award bachelor's degree in management.

Curriculum: The curriculum includes theoretical and practical courses. The Theoretical courses cover the Introduction to Tourism, Tourism Planning andDevelopment , Hotel Management,Travel Agency Management, Tourism Psychology, Tourism Economics and Tourism Marketing. The practical courses focus on practical teaching link, such as teaching practice, scientific research training, professional lectures, social investigation and practice, graduation field work and thesis (or graduation project).

Major Features:This major is to foster the students’ basic quality and ability of tourism management especially the ability of communication, operation, collaboration and innovation by cultivating their professional theory learning, professional skills and professional thinking ability. The aim of this major is also to train the students to get basic work theories, methods and practical skills that related to tourism enterprises management, scenic area development and management, forest resources protection and development, leisure agriculture and development of the rural tourism.

Employment orientation: The graduates of social work are able to work in the tourism enterprise management, scenic area development and management, forest resources protection and development, leisure agriculture and rural tourism in the fields of tourist industry, forestry and agriculture.

Secretary Major (Undergraduate)

Introduction to Secretary Major:Secretary Major aims at cultivating senior specialized talents who can master the knowledge of basic secretarial education and the skills of networked office equipment as well as the capabilities of strong organization and management, communication and coordination, sociability and strong written and verbal. This major was opened in 2000, formerly known as the Secretarial Education. The length of schooling is for four years and can award bachelor's degree of Arts.

Curriculum:The curriculum includes Basic Writing, Modern Chinese, Ancient Chinese, Public management theories and techniques, Public Relations, Interpersonal Relation Psychology, Administrative Management and other courses.

Employment orientation:The graduates of Secretary Major are able to engage in the work of secretary, public relations and management in state organs, enterprises and institutions, and all kinds of social organizations and institutions.

Public Utilities Management (Undergraduate)

Introduction to Public Utilities Management:Public Utilities Management aims at cultivating the senior specialized talents with strong ability of communication, social adaptation and innovation whose are proficient in modern public management theories and methods and also able to engage in the public management of education, sports, health, environmental protection in government departments and non-governmental institutions. This major was opened in 2010, the length of schooling is for four years and can award bachelor's degree in management.

Curriculum: The curriculum includes Principles of Management, Science of PublicManagement, Public Policy, Public Economics, Public Utilities Management Laws and Regulations, Public Relations and other courses.

Employment orientation:The graduates of Public Utilities Management are able to engage in the work of management in the state organs, enterprisesand public institutions and non-governmental groups as well as engage in teaching and scientific research work in universities and research institutions.