Courses in “Citizen, Society and the World” dimension aim to guide students to understand and think about the meanings and responsibilities of a citizen, including how to communicate, observe, analyze, and critically reflect on public affairs as well as various systems, phenomena, values and cultures of contemporary societies. This dimension will help students develop their civic literacy, expand their horizons, and enhance their leadership skills. Topics in this dimension include psychology, sociology, gender studies, politics, economics, law, education, and communication. The curriculum design integrates theory and practice, and both single and cross-curricular courses are structured in parallel. Emphasizing the process of discussion, students are expected to debate social issues and case studies in addition to lectures.