Group: Foreign language
The department’s objectives are to help students develop
language skills and apply them in the workplace. Our curriculum also
emphasizes cultural awareness and professional ethics in the hope that our
students can develop a higher level of professionalism.
*The courses are designed to cultivate students’ English
proficiency in speaking, listening, writing, reading and
*In addition to the field of language learning, the
department provides three related fields for electives, including tourism
and culture, international business as well as teaching English to
The faculty is composed of recognized scholars and
experts in literature, linguistics and education. Currently, there are
three professors, three associate professors, three assistant professors,
and 11 lecturers.
*State-of- the-art classrooms, including
projection facilities and internet.
*Qualified native speakers as
teachers who advance teaching and research. Several teachers who have
obtained doctoral degrees haven been newly added to our faculty.
strong foundation in applied languages to foster professional English
communicators, especially in tourism and culture, international business,
and teaching English to children. Providing students with opportunities to
gain working experience during summer breaks.
instruction with on-the-job internships to help students understand their
English abilities and achieve language proficiency for passing
*Encouraging enterprises to cooperate
with colleges to strengthen research through integration and
*Combining language, business and information technology
to enhance students’ general language proficiency and cultural
*Establishing a graduate curriculum to produce
confident English communicators, especially in the language and business
Graduates may pursue
further study in such fields as English as a foreign language, primary
school education, business administration, and related fields in Taiwan or
Graduates seeking employment immediately are
equipped to service multinational companies, educational administration
Nov 6, 2009