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Special Courses

CBA provides some special English-taught courses particularly designed for foreign students. These are

Biodiversity, Agriculture, and Culture of Taiwan Summer Program (BACT Summer Program)
*Course introduction: The course is one-month course which is conducted not only in NTU campus but also in CBA's highland farms, experimental forests, and many other different organizations related to agricultural and cultural parts. The course comprsises indoor lectures, ourdoor activites and visits, hands-on work, small research project and presentation.
*Elective course
*Student sources: NTU students and also CBA's partner colleges of agricultural fields from overseas universities (UI, UMD, Purdue-U, Cornell-U; Kyoto-U, U-Tokyo, U-Tsukuba; Seoul Nat. Univ., Dongguk-U; Singapore Nat. Univ.; UBC etc.)
*Lecturer sources: faculty members and researchers of CBA, invited speakers from other colleges of NTU, scientists from and tour guides from different visiting institutions
Credit number: 4 credtis
time: full-day everyday except for 2-day free time
period: 30 days
For more informaiton, please contact Mr. Jack Chih-Hsiung Hsu (ntuciaeae@ntu.edu.tw)

Current Agricultural Issues: from Japan's prospectives
*Course introduction:
*Elective course
*Student sources: NTU students who are interested in current agricultural situation from Japan's point of view
*Lecturer sources: invited faculty members of the Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
Credit number: 2 credits
time: during the first week of the summer vacation
period: 3 days (18~20 hours)
For more informaiton, please contact
Mr. Jack Chih-Hsiung Hsu (ntuciaeae@ntu.edu.tw)

Agriculture of Taiwan
*Course introduction:
*Elective course
Credit number: 2 credits
*Student sources: NTU students who are interested in current agricultural situation in Taiwan
*Lecturer sources: invited faculty members from each of the departments of CBA
time: 10:20-12:10 in the morning on Wednesdays
period: spring semester
For more informaiton, please contact Mr. Jack Chih-Hsiung Hsu (ntuciaeae@ntu.edu.tw)