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The current enrollment is about 200 Master's degree students, and about 210 doctoral students, including about 100 international Master’s degree students and doctoral students.
Academic subjects and degrees issued
The School of Humanities has restructured its academic disciplines in accordance with the principle of "Be conversant with the Chinese and the Western, versed in the ancient and the modern, and conjoin the humanities and sciences to innovate and make a difference." SH has 6 Tier-1 Ph.D. and M.A. Degree programs (philosophy, Chinese language and literature, foreign languages and literatures, history, art), 1 M.A. Degree program Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MTCSOL).
Academic subjects and degrees currently offered
M.A. Programs
0453 Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MTCSOL)
Tier-1 Ph.D. Programs
0101 Philosophy
0501 Chinese Language & Literature
0502 Foreign languages and Literatures
0602 Chinese History
0603 World History
1301 Art Theory
Requirements for recruitment and development of Ph.D. students and list of faculty members serving as Ph.D. advisers as of December 2010 (listed in order of the pinyin spelling of their surnames)
  050100 Chinese Language & Literature
Ph.D. students in this subject should possess a systematic grasp of the basic theories of literature and linguistics; familiarity with related literary and cultural historical documents; the ability to independently identify and address major research questions in the discipline; a grasp of 1-2 foreign languages; and competency in computer skills. Recipients of the degree should be capable of teaching and research work at a top university or research institution.
Ph.D. Students Advisers Fu Xuanzong, Jiang Minghu, Xie Zhixi, Liu He, Liu Shi, Liu Yong, Luo Gang, Sun Mingjun, Wang Hui, Wang Zhongchen, Xie Shiwei, Zhang Haimin, Zhao Rixin
  060100 History 
Ph.D. students in this subject should complete basic training in history, and possess good mastery of related historical literature, and the ability to lead important research projects, and teach at a top university or research institution.
Ph.D. Students Advisers Chen Zhengping, Hou Xushan, Li Bozhong, Li Xueqin, Liao Mingchun, Liu Beicheng, Liu Guozhong, Peng Gang, Peng Lin, Qin Hui, Wang Xiaoyi, Zhang Guogang, Zhang Qizhi, Zhang Xushan, Zhang Yong, Zhao Pingan, Zhong Weimin
  010100 Philosophy (Marxist Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy, Foreign Philosophy, Logic, Ethics, Religion, Aesthetics) 
Ph.D. students in this subject should possess a systematic grasp of basic philosophical and theoretical knowledge; ability to independently conduct research on major topics in philosophical research; capable of specialized teaching and research work at a top university or research institution; able to work on major issues in society and culture, education, public information, and management of religious affairs; and capable of becoming experts with high levels of specialized knowledge and strong abilities for practical application.
Ph.D. Students Advisers Daniel A. Bell, Cao Feng, Chen Lai, Han Lixin, Liu Dong, Lu Feng, Wan Junren, Wang Lu, Wang Xiaochao, Xiao Wei, Xiao Ying, Ye Xiushan, Zou Guangwen
  050201 English Language & Literature
Ph.D. students in this subject should possess: (1) systematic and comprehensive knowledge of British and American literature and literary theory, English linguistics, translation studies, culture studies and related fields; (2) strong research ability and strict standardized academic training; (3) accurate grasp of international research trends in the field and independent research ability; (4) ability to write academic papers in English for publication in international journals; (5) capacity to teach and conduct research at a top university or research institution.
Ph.D. Students Advisers Cao Li, Chen Yongguo, Cui Gang, Fan Wenfang, Feng Zongxin, He Honghua, Juan Xueyan, Liu Shisheng, Lv Zhongshe, Luo Xuanmin, Wang Cheng, Wang Ning, Wang Wanying, Yang Xiaolu, Yang Yonglin, Yu Shiyi, Zhang Wenxia