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Curriculum Reform in Application-oriented Universities under the Background of First-class Undergraduate Majors

Kewei Chen


The construction of first-class undergraduate majors and the construction of first-class undergraduate courses are the foundation and focus of first-class undergraduate education, and courses are the basic units of majors. To sort out the evolution of the curriculum systems of first-class universities in China and the United States, and analyze the existence of curriculum systems in China’s applied universities. Based on the curriculum reform experience of developed countries, we will analyze the curriculum reform ideas of China’s applied universities under the background of the construction of first- class undergraduate majors.


Courses; First-class Undergraduate Majors; Applied Universities; Curriculum Reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i5.3702