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Introduction

Introduction

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This College has promoted a campus climate where humanistic approaches to liberal arts studies, created a lively and practical language learning enviroment, raised teachers' teaching excellence, advancing research and serving in community, established research centers that integrate all society resources, and published academic journal. Currently it has 4 academic units,5 research units, and 2 interdisciplinary programs:

Academic Units

Research Units

Interdisciplinary Programs

Educational Philosophy

Educational Goals

  1. To create a campus climate where humanistic approaches to liberal arts studies inspire rational, intellectual and aesthetic thinking.

  2. To benefit society by nurturing a keen sense of individual life, cultivating ethics and value-consciousness, and advocating love of the environment.

  3. To understand world culture while cherishing tradition, and to promote an international outlook while developing modern civic literacy.

Core Competencies

  1. Able to accrue, apply, and appreciate expertise gained in language, literature, history and other socio-cultural domains.

  2. Able to compose professional reports and academic papers, engage in research and exhibit critical assessment skills.

  3. Able to engage in effective language communication, utilize digital information and synthesize interdisciplinary knowledge.

  4. Able and willing to express concern over contemporary cultural issues and regional development affairs from both local and international perspectives. 

Future Thrust and Development

  1. Offer functionally-linked, outcome-based courses together with professional internship opportunities to fuse learning and practice.

  2. Implement integral, fundamental, and core mastery courses to strengthen core abilities.

  3. Promote double majors, additional minors, and supplementary credit programs to foster interdisciplinary expertise.

  4. Activate teacher development communities toward professional growth and overall pedagogical enhancement.

  5. Offer double-degrees, encourage off-campus teaching, and actively recruit visiting professors.

  6. Publish our Feng-chia Humanities and Social Sciences Journal and actively position it toward the core journals. 

  7. Encourage teachers to pursue research projects, write journal articles and publish books.

  8. Capitalize on teacher expertise to expand our orientation towards providing social service.

  9. Actively seek publicly and privately commissioned research projects to emphasize real-world practice.

  10. Regularly hold national and international academic conferences in order to strengthen dialogue and exchange among academics.