Source: Academic Affairs Office
Recently, the Ministry of Education announced the results of registration and approval for the undergraduate programs in 2020. JISU has been approved for four undergraduate programs, namely Greek, Ukrainian, International Economics and Trade Regulations, and Artificial Intelligence, with a four-year academic system. So far, JISU offers 45 undergraduate programs, including 20 foreign languages, covering 7 disciplines of literature, economics, management, education, art, law, and engineering.
JISU will take this as an opportunity, closely follow the needs of national and regional economic and social development, rely on school resources and advantages, center on the orientation of professional talent cultivation, and adhere to the implementation of the first-class undergraduate talents cultivation plan. The school will strive to promote the building of undergraduate programs, optimize the overall arrangement, and strengthen interdisciplinary integration. The school aims to build competitive programs, manage emerging majors, and explore new liberal arts major-building patterns with JISU’s characteristics. JISU will make every effort to promote the reform of educational concepts, talent cultivation models, and teaching methods.