An Exploration on the College Aesthetic Education Construction in China

Tingting YAN


The ordinary institutions of higher education should rely on their advantages of relevant disciplines and local educational resources, expand the teaching contents and forms, guide students to cultivate improved personalities, strengthen cultural innovation consciousness, improve the sense of responsibility and sense of mission to carry forward the Chinese traditional culture. College aesthetic education construction should take art courses as the basis, integrate various subjects, pay attention to basic aesthetic knowledge, promote comprehensive programs to strengthen aesthetic practices. Only based on the core of aesthetic quality cultivation, humanistic quality cultivation and innovation ability cultivation, we can build an efficient and scientific aesthetic curriculum.


Institutions of higher education; Art curriculum; Training objectives; Curriculum setting

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