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  1. To combine both theory and practicality while enhancing students’ competitiveness in further study and working at jobs, students from the second year of the study spend two months as a full cycle for practicum at a professional tourism sector on or off campus approved by the department. A minimum of 400 hours in total are suggested from such experience.
  2. To enhance the four essential skills of foreign language abilities, students from the third year of the study are required to pass the assessment of foreign language proficiency, thereby obtaining credits of the threshold for graduation.
  3. To build a solid foundation in academic theory while promoting the level of learning and research abilities through problem solving, essay writing, and oral defense, students are offered a seminar on special topics of tourism in the third and fourth year of the study in preparation for a public presentation of their thesis prior to graduation.
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