Course Selection Fall 2023

What do I need to know?

  • You may go to for the ways of enrollment.

  • You may want to discuss coursework and credit hours requirements, and ways to enroll in courses with your academic or faculty adviser.

  • You may access to search for courses you want. It is open for the entire year, and you may ask your study buddy for help, if you need it.

Enrollment times for new, transfer or re‐enrolled students

Add/drop period:

  • Online: Starting from 7:00 a.m. on 9/4 until midnight on 9/15.

  • By form: Starting from 8:00 a.m. on 9/4 until 6:00 p.m. on 9/15.

Confirmation of your current course list:


Q: How can I access classes conducted in English?

A: For Fall 2023 classes, you may access

Q: What are the required University courses and their credit hours that every student must complete? What are the graduation requirements?


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Graduation Requirements

Course Title/ Credit Hours

Center for General Education

10 credit hours of required courses

Chinese Reading and Writing/2, Basic English/2, Education for Life/2, Web Visual Design and Programming/2, and Tzu Chi Humanities and Service Learning/2.

18 credit hours of elective courses

Complete 18 hours of other General Education courses

Foreign Language Education Center

2 credit hours

Take 2 credit hours of foreign language course(s).

Center for Physical Education

2 credit hours of a required course

Physical Activity & Health/2.

One credit hour of an elective course

Complete one credit hour of a PE course.

Q:  My Chinese isn’t good, so how will the University help me?


  • Our University has a Chinese Language Center that provides Chinese language courses suitable for students of all proficiency levels. Relevant course information can be found on the website at Additionally, our International College offers Chinese credit courses that cater to the needs of students across all skill levels.

  • Upon admission, students are required to take a Chinese Language Proficiency Test. The results of this test allow our University to recommend the most suitable Chinese course for each student.

    • Upon successful completion of the recommended Chinese course, students will earn two credit hours for the Chinese Reading and Writing course for freshmen, as required by the Center for General Education.

    • If students choose to take an advanced Chinese course beyond the one recommended by the University, besides acquiring two credit hours for the Chinese Reading and Writing course, they will be eligible to earn two credit hours related to a foreign language course.

Q: What are the graduation requirements on the number of credit hours?


  1. Undergraduate students can check their department’s website or consult with their academic advisor.

  2. Postgraduate students may discuss the professional courses with their faculty dvisor.

Q: What are the websites that are helpful to my studies?


Q: What if there is a discrepancy found in my class list?

A: The course selection ends on September 15, and you need to review your current course list from September 18. In case the course list shown on iCAN is different from what you expected, you may contact the Curriculum Group, the Office of Academic Affairs.

Q: My secondary school is five years, not six. Do I need to take extra classes to meet the graduation requirements?

A: Undergraduate students should take 12 credit hours of coursework, more than the graduation requirements set up by your department, and these courses must meet your department’s requirements.