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The Undergraduate Quality Education in the Era of Higher Education Popularization

Meng Tian, Hui Liu, and Shanshan Gao
School of Computer Science and Technology, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Ji’nan, China

Abstract—In the era of popularization of higher education in the United States, undergraduate education at the Small Arts Institute is a quality education, and its talent cultivation model is unique. Adhere to the student-centered liberal arts education concept and establish the training goal of facing the future, laying a solid foundation, and living a life. Teaching is student-centered, designed to help students how to learn and to think. Professional settings and curriculum design respect the students' individual development needs and provide multiple choices for students. The teaching process emphasizes students’ participation and integration, emphasizing basic ability training such as writing. Students develop a sense of social responsibility for a variety of programs, extra-curricular activities, internships, and learning in service. Give the power of the school to set up a positive educational environment and community atmosphere full of supportive. The teacher-centered recruitment system, teacher evaluation system, and teacher support system plays an important role in maintaining the tradition and characteristics of the liberal arts college. These ideas and practical experience provide reference for advancing the connotative development of higher education in China.
Index Terms—liberal arts education, undergraduate education, talents cultivation model

Cite: Meng Tian, Hui Liu, and Shanshan Gao, "The Undergraduate Quality Education in the Era of Higher Education Popularization," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 43-49, March 2019. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.5.1.43-49