The College of Humanities of Guizhou
University is a cradle for the cultivation of
high-level social science professionals in Guizhou
Province, and on the forefront of research in
The College consists of the Chinese
Language and Literature Department, the Department
of Journalism and Communications, the History
Department, Philosophy Department, and the Center
for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (NOCFL).
It covers three branches of learning -- Liberal
Arts, History and Philosophy. There are now 6
undergraduate programs, namely, Chinese Language
and Literature, Journalism, History,Philosophy,Tourism Management,and Culture Industry Management.
There are also 13 Master’s programs: Chinese Language
and Philology, Ancient Chinese Literature, Aesthetics,
Foreign Philosophy,Chinese Philosophy,Religion,Journalism, Ethnology,Tourism Management,Logic, Ethics, Ancient History
of China, and Specialized History.
The College now accommodates
1421 formally registered undergraduates and 362
postgraduates. There are 157 faculty members with
24 professors and 39 associate professors. The
College has turned out more than 6,000 professional
personnel of social sciences for China, of whom
some have become renowned experts and scholars
in the country. Many hold leading posts at the
province-/ministry-level or in the governmental
departments at the prefecture and province level.
All of them have become the backbone of modernization
in China and of economic and social development