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    Title: 本校學生修課結構適切性之研究─以畢業年度為100~102學年度之大學部學生為例
    Authors: 洪煌堯;林倍伊;蔡函汝
    Contributors: 教育系
    Keywords: 修課結構;生涯發展;專業課程;通識課程;公民素養
    course-taking structure;career development;professional-education;general-education courses;civic literacy
    Date: 2014-12
    Issue Date: 2015-02-25 15:51:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在瞭解本校大學部學生在目前的修課結構下,其所選修的專業與通識課程與其畢業後生涯發展之相關情況。資料來源為畢業年度為100~102學年度之學生的修課資料(N= 6641,資料來源:教務處)和畢業生生涯發展流向資料(N=2184,資料來源:職涯中心)。研究結果發現(1)畢業後在研究所進修的學生,認為所修習通識課程對他/她目前較有幫助;(2)專業學分修習多且目前有工作者,認為學校所學有幫助;(3)畢業後在研究所進修及準備升學或國家考試的學生,認為修習外系專業課程對他/她目前較有幫助;(4)對正在工作的畢業生而言,多數認為修習輔系專業對其工作有幫助;(5)各院畢業生在專業課程修課結構上顯示出極大的差異。綜上所述,建議學校整合專業與通識課程,且未來各系所在課程設計上應同時考量就業職場的需求變動與各系所本身的特色發展。針對未來研究,則建議通識課程可針對公民素養的部份深究;專業課程與學生畢業發展調查中可增加其他指標(如就業意願與個人生涯規劃等因素)。
    This purpose of this study was to understand the general course-taking structure for undergraduates at National Chengchi University (NCCU) and the relationships between students’ course-taking patterns and their career development. There were two main data sources. One was students’ (N=6641) course-taking records and the other was a survey concerning students’ (N=2184) current career path. The main findings are as follows: (1) for those who are currently studying in a graduate institute, the more general-education courses they took during their undergraduate years, the more likely they would perceive what they learned in the university was useful; (2) for those who are currently working/employed, the more professional-education courses they took during their undergraduate years, the more likely they would perceive what they learned in the university was useful; (3) for those who are currently studying in a graduate institute or are preparing for civil services examinations, the more professional-education courses they took outside of their belonged departments during their undergraduate years, the more likely they would perceive what they learned in the university was useful, and (4) for those who are currently employed, the more courses they took for their minors during their undergraduate years, the more likely they would also perceive what they learned in the university is useful; (5) there existed huge differences among colleges in terms of their students’ course-taking patterns, specifically for professional-education courses. Based on the findings, it is suggested that the university should take into deep consideration the need of the job markets and the unique features of each specific college when developing the new university course structure. It is also suggested that the university administration should rethink how to better integrate professional-education courses and general-education courses in order to develop more effective course structure. For future research, it is suggested that the university further explore how taking general-education courses is related to students’ civic literacy and that other related employment indicators (such as employment willingness and personal career planning) should also be taken into consideration to better understand the relationships between students’ professional-education course-taking and their career development.
    Relation: 國立政治大學校務發展研究計畫102學年第1學期成果報告
    Data Type: report
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