Starting from September, Yuan Ze University (YZU) and the National Central University (NCU) will collaborate to offer an inter-university program on social enterprise. This first-time-ever program coordinates resources from two YZU colleges (the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the College of Management) and two NCU colleges (the College of Hakka Studies and the College and the Yunus Social Business Center). Upon completion of the program, students will receive a diploma jointly issued by YZU and the NCU.

The program’s curriculum includes 9 credits from required courses in general studies, management, and practical training. Students must complete the first two courses before they may move on to practical training. For elective courses, students have to complete at least 11 credits. The Dean of YZU College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Prof. Chang-Tay Chiou, points out that students need to present a minimum of 20 credits (9+11) with all course grades above 70 in order to earn the joint diploma. This program, along with the diploma, will set students ahead of the competition when they seek to enter the workplace. 


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