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New Liberal Arts Construction and Education Reform

Yun'an Yang


The new liberal arts education is a hot topic in the current education reform. Around the new liberal arts curriculum construction and reform, universities and government departments are actively involved in it. There are obvious differences between liberal arts and science and engineering majors in talent training objectives, enrollment quantity, employment market, etc., as well as in training mode, teaching method and value building. In the face of more and more global crises, education should play a role in promoting the integration of liberal arts and other disciplines, and integrate humanistic spirit and value into knowledge system, interdisciplinary thinking and curriculum, which will help to solve a series of problems caused by the opposition between arts and science.


New Liberal Arts, Higher Education, Subject Integration, Education Reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v6i4.3851