CNCC Education

Wenzhou-Kean University

Chinese National Conditions & Culture (CNCC)Curriculum 

Students are required to take a total of 8 credits in CNCC, with two courses taken in winter semester of their first year and summer semester of their second year. Each course takes 1500 minutes or more.

  • Mandatory for Mainland students.
  • Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and Oversea Chinese Students: Arguing and Thinking, Social Concerns (Exemption); Approaching History, The Inheritance and Internationalization of Chinese Culture (Either is Mandatory);
  • International Students: Exemption. 

Strong Recommendation:

In order to ensure every senior student will get a Diploma and Degree certificate in time (the end of June or the beginning of July), strongly recommend students should finish all the CNCC courses before their Senior Winter Semester.

The best plan is two courses (Approaching History, The Inheritance and Internationalization of Chinese Culture) taken in Winter Semester of their First Year and Summer Semester of their Second Year (Arguing and Thinking, Social Concerns).

Course Code Course Title Credit/Hours Type Size Manner
301001 Arguing and Thinking 2/34 Mandatory 30/90/200 Lecture, Workshop, Outdoor Research, Seminar
301002 Social Concerns 2/34 Mandatory 30/90/200 Lecture, Workshop, Outdoor Research, Seminar
301003 Approaching History 2/30 Mandatory 30/90/200 Lecture, Workshop, Seminar
301004 The Inheritance and Internationalization of Chinese Culture 2/30 Mandatory 30/90/200 Lecture, Workshop, Seminar

Assessment Requirements

  • Attendance & Course feedback (40%)
  • Interactive discussion/presentation (40%)
  • Quiz (10%)
  • Paper or Creative work (10%)

A 93~100   A-90~92   B+86~89   B83~85   B-80~82   C+76~79   C70~75    D60-69    F60

Course Description

Arguing and Thinking This course contains the Marxist philosophy, logic, dialectics of nature, social science research methods, etc., and aims to develop students’abilities in logic judgment and critical thinking. It also enables students command the basic thoughts of solving problems and basic principles and methods of social practice investigation.

Course Description

Social Concerns This course contains the education of laws and regulations which help students understand the national situation and important policies and world political and economic development. Provided with the chance to learn in the views such as sociology and mentality, students are able to know more about countries, societies and themselves.

Course Description

Approaching History By the teaching of the comparison with Chinese and foreign representative historical figures, important events and trends, students are able to have a macro understanding of both western and eastern history.

Course Description

The inheritance and internationalization of Chinese culture By the teaching of comparison with Chinese and western culture, students are able to develop a holistic understanding of different values, ideological trends and latest cultural achievements. The understanding to the communion and influence between Chinese and foreign cultures will be deepened. Explore a road to the inheritance and development of Chinese culture.


Physical Education

Physical Education

A.Mission

The idea of “health first” will be established under the new curriculum standard. The course will embody the three-dimensional health which are the dimensions of body, psychology and society, and realize the five targets of sports, which are participation, sports skills, physical health, mental health and social adaptation.

The course focuses on cultivating students’ interests. By integrating domestic and international educational resources with innovative methods, the course will promote international characteristics and carry out featured physical education courses to promote whole-person education centering the aim of “Five C” education in WKU.

We aim at reforming the evaluation system, bettering the screening and selection function of evaluation, innovate and open teaching methods. Also students’ interests will be paid with attention and the integration of physical education will be actualized in and out of class, therefore the course will create a campus sports culture atmosphere.

B.Student Learning Outcomes

Participation: to cultivate the habit and the ideology of life-long exercising.

Skills: to learn more than two skill sets of sports activities.

Physical Healthfulness: to form a healthy living style through effectively learning knowledge and ways of improving physical fitness and forming healthy habits.

Psychological Healthfulness: to learn to design individual schedule for exercising and adopt ways to sustain positive attitude towards life through sports activities.

Social Accommodation: to form good physical ethics and collaboration spirits, and to correctly deal with relations of competition and cooperation.


Art Education

Art Curriculum

Students are required to take a total of 2 credits in AE within four years (Spring or Fall). Each 1 credit course takes 1125min and Each 2 credit course takes 1350min each semester according to University calendar.

Course Code Course Title Credits/Hours Type Size Manner Course Requirements
311001 Music appreciation 2/30 Elective 30 Lecture
311002 Painting & calligraphy 2/30 Elective 80 Lecture
311003 Fine arts appreciation 2/30 Elective 80 Lecture
311004 Make-up & costumes 2/30 Elective 50 Lecture, skill practice
311005 Chorus 2/30 Elective 40 skill practice
311013 Guitar ( Beginning) 1/25 Elective 15 skill practice Students are required to bring their own guitar.
311014 Piano (Beginning) 1/25 Elective 10 skill practice
311008 Modern art creation 2/30 Elective 30 Lecture, skill practice
311009 Chinese traditional painting 2/30 Elective 30 Lecture, skill practice
311010 Media Communication & Practice 2/30 Elective 50 Lecture, skill practice
311011 Chinese Tea Ceremony (Beginning) 1/25 Elective 10 skill practice
311012 Dance (Modern Dance) 1/25 Elective 25 skill practice
311016 Floral Design 1/25 Elective 10 skill practice
311017 Calligraphy appreciation 2/30 Elective 30 Lecture, skill practice
311018 Guitar (Intermediate) 1/25 Elective 15 skill practice
311019 Chinese Tea Ceremony  (Intermediate) 1/25 Elective 10 skill practice
311020 Piano (Intermediate) 1/25 Elective 10 skill practice
311015 Cellphone Photography 2/30 Elective 30 Lecture, skill practice
311021 Beauty Make-up 1/25 Elective 25 skill practice
311022 Ukulele 1/25 Elective 20 skill practice Students are required to bring their own Ukulele.
311023 Creative Arts 2/30 Elective 25 Lecture, skill practice
311024 Mandrin Skills & Practice 1/25 Elective 20 Lecture, skill practice
311026 Western Art Appreciation 2/30 Elective 40 Lecture,
311027 Broadcasting and Hosting Art 1/25 Elective 30 Lecture, skill practice

Art Troupe

Introduction of Wenzhou-Kean University Art Troupe

The Art Troupe of Wenzhou-Kean University was formally established in 2016. It is currently affiliated to the Chinese Curricula Center. After two years of continuous exploration and development, the Art Troupe has its elementary scale. Now there are eight teams, including Chorus, Group Singing Team, Chamber Orchestra, Folk Band, Electroacoustic Band, Dance Troupe (Chinese Dance, Pop Dance), Rap Team and Art Troupe Affairs. It is a total of more than 70 members. Each team has professional instructors who make great efforts to develop the Art Troupe.

As a field for the university to continuously improve the art practice as well as an important carrier to implement aesthetic education, the Art Troupe aims to enrich the art and cultural life on campus, improve the artistic accomplishment of college students and promote their integrated development. Furthermore, it brings art education into campus life, guides all students to understand excellent artistic achievements at home and abroad, master artistic skills, cultivate their abilities to feel beauty, express beauty, appreciate beauty and create beauty, stimulate the sense of innovation, enhance the ability to create, and better serves the growth of students.

Through artistic performances which are diversified and combine Chinese and Western forms, the Art Troupe will continue to show the campus atmosphere of cultural diversity, improve the aesthetic taste, and present its artistic mien.


College of Science and Technology-faculty

College of Science and Technology is committed to preparing students for outstanding scientific research in the future. The college aims to help students develop critical thinking and innovative thinking in the face of ever-evolving social, economic and technological environments. Promoting students and being able to work with related companies is the direction of our efforts. Based on this, we hope that these channels will enable students to provide valuable services to the society and create more opportunity in professional, intellectual and future developments for students. Our faculty have won many scientific external grants: two natural science funds, three provincial nature funds and four municipal project funds have been awarded during 2017-2018. At the same time, faculty have published 39 international journal articles, and 29 international journal articles have been published in the cooperation with faculty and students. Our college currently consists of three majors: Computer, Mathematics, and Biology.

Brown 13 March 2013
Larry Brown
Dean
Office:GEH B413
E-mail:larbrown@kean.edu
Jessie Chen
Assistant of CST
Office: GEH B415
Phone: 55870721
Nancy Ye
Assistant of CST
Office: GEH B415
Phone: 55870466

Biology Faculty

Research Professor in SONS/Bio
Office: CBPM B419
E-mail:schoo@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in SONS/Bio
Office: GEH B404
E-mail: alwong@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in SONS/Bio
Office: GEH C417
E-mail: bzhang@kean.edu
Lecture in Chemistry
Office: GEH B417
E-mail: nchoony@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in SONS/Bio
Office: GEH B421
E-mail: ymeng@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in SONS/Bio
Office: GEH B421
E-mail: tobmiche@kean.edu
Lecturer in SONS/Bio
Office: GEH C419
E-mail: hshen@kean.edu
Lecturer in Chemistry
Office: GEH B404
E-mail: dlock@kean.edu

Computer Science Faculty

Assistant Professor in CPS
Office: GEH B511
E-mail: pwinoto@kean.edu
Associate Professor in CPS
Office: GEH B511
E-mail: yatang@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in CPS
Office: GEH B513
E-mail: krishnsu@kean.edu
Lecturer in Computer Science
Office:
E-mail: krishnsu@kean.edu
Lecturer in Computer Science
Office:
E-mail: habdalla@kean.edu
Assistant professor in CPS
Office:
E-mail: odib@kean.edu
Lecturer in Computer Science
Office: GEH B406
E-mail: jyee@kean.edu
Lecturer in Computer Science
Office:
E-mail: kehimwen@kean.edu

Mathematics Faculty

Assistant Professor in Mathematics
Office: GEH B408
E-mail: ggupta@kean.edu
Lecturer in Mathematics
Office: GEH B417
E-mail: dinouye@kean.edu
Lecturer in Mathematics
Office: CBPM B318
E-mail: kongl@kean.edu
Lecturer in Mathematics
Office: GEH B419
E-mail: srivassa@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in Mathematics
Office: GEH C415
E-mail: mmcclend@kean.edu
Assistant Professor in Mathematics
Office: GEH B419
E-mail: adahmad@kean.edu

Experimental Specialist

Experimental Specialist
Office: GEH D303a
E-mail: yehailv@wku.edu.cn
Experimental Specialist
Office: GEH D303a
E-mail: zhouxuan@wku.edu.cn
Experimental Specialist
Office: GEH D303a
E-mail: zhouxuan@wku.edu.cn
Experimental Specialist
Office: GEH D303a
E-mail: jianglingling@wku.edu.cn
Experimental Specialist
Office: GEH D303a
E-mail: anhuiting@wku.edu.cn

Bloomberg Lab

Bloomberg is an important tool in the financial industry to conduct market analysis and trading. It provides real-time and historical data for the global market. Currently, more than 70% of investment banks, commercial banks and large financial companies around the world use Bloomberg terminals.

WKU is currently the only university in Zhejiang Province that equipped with Bloomberg Professional Service. CBPM has 12 Bloomberg terminals. So far in Mainland China, only some elite institutions such as the Peking University and Tsinghua University have the Bloomberg Terminals. Bloomberg at CBPM is integrated into classroom teaching, as well as student and faculty research. Students in all majors use Bloomberg data and analytics to perform various real-world tasks, such as real-time and historical analysis, tracking multiples with forward-looking data, building custom formulas, and conducting mock trading. They can learn how to analyze financial markets, assess economic scenarios and interpret key news developments that impact the global economy.

CBPM joined Bloomberg Experiential Learning Partner (ELP) in Jan 2020. Bloomberg ELP recognizes academic institutions that are leaders in experiential learning through the integration of Bloomberg terminal exercises in its curricula.


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About the Center

Student Academic Support Services Center (SASSC) at Wenzhou-Kean University (WKU), by collaborating other campus offices, centers and colleges in the community, provides comprehensive academic support services to students enrolled at WKU. Workshops, special advising, and focused tutoring will be available to support students who struggle academically, who intend to achieve to his/her best academic excellence.

Mission

To maximize WKU students’ academic success and persistence to graduation.

We aim to:

– Provide professional and quality academic support services for WKU students.

– Embrace the diversity of all our students to meet their needs and expectations.

– Identify and support students who are in academic distress and who are not meeting their own academic expectations.

– Collaborate and partner with faculty, administrators, and departments to coordinate a campus-wide network of academic support.

– Respect students’ academic confidentiality.

Contact Us

Email: sassc@wku.edu.cn

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College of Science and Technology-faculty

College of Science and Technology is committed to preparing students for outstanding scientific research in the future. The college aims to help students develop critical thinking and innovative thinking in the face of ever-evolving social, economic and technological environments. Promoting students and being able to work with related companies is the direction of our efforts. Based on this, we hope that these channels will enable students to provide valuable services to the society and create more opportunity in professional, intellectual and future developments for students. Our faculty have won many scientific external grants: two natural science funds, three provincial nature funds and four municipal project funds have been awarded during 2017-2018. At the same time, faculty have published 39 international journal articles, and 29 international journal articles have been published in the cooperation with faculty and students. Our college currently consists of three majors: Computer, Mathematics, and Biology.