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Department of Public Affairs Management

1. Curriculum Design-Formal

   attaches great importance to the combination of public administration theory and practice, supplemented by modern business management, financial analysis and information technology training, so that graduate students become administrative talents capable of handling modern complex public issues. In line with the development trend of the country and society, relevant courses are designed to meet the society's expectations and needs for improving the efficiency and productivity of government governance.

2. Faculty allocation-diversified

   emphasizes the basic knowledge of administrative management, engages in interdisciplinary integration of administration, politics, law, economics, corporate management, public policy, local autonomy, etc., and recruits professionals with practical experience in related fields and diversified teachers from various countries with academic literacy , In order to meet the needs of globalization trend.

3. Goal setting-innovation

  In addition to the theory and practice of public affairs management at this stage, a series of future-oriented courses on local government, regional development, ethnic relations, cultural policies, cross-strait relations, global governance, and electronic government are also offered, hoping to welcome " "Global localization" is the challenge of new-style public affairs management.

Department of Law

1. Pragmatic and broad ideals and goals

   Legal personnel are not equal to judicial personnel, but legal personnel covering the legislative, administrative, corporate and third sectors, or legal-related personnel. The educational goal of this department is not only to train traditional judicial personnel, but also to train outstanding talents for the government and enterprises. Therefore, in the design of the curriculum, the department first reduced the university graduation credits from 134 to 128. In order to increase students' autonomy in course selection and learning, the framework of traditional courses has been changed, and the learning process system has been changed to allow students to further choose professional fields according to their personal interests after taking basic core courses. The courses include judicial courses, administrative legal courses, corporate legal courses, finance and insurance legal courses, and a total of four courses.
   As for the master's degree program, the academic score has also been changed from 36 to 30, and the legal system of mainland China and other Asian countries is the main research area.

2. Interdisciplinary integration across fields

  In this diversified and competitive era, everyone should have a second expertise and become a trans-technical talent. This school is a complete comprehensive university, and students of this department can use this advantageous learning environment to strengthen the training of their second specialty. To this end, the department also actively encourages students to use their 17 free credits to find departments suitable for their personal abilities and career planning in other departments as auxiliary departments or double majors.

Applied Japanese Studies

  The Department of Applied Japanese Studies, Kainan University, formerly known as the Japanese Section of the Department of Applied Foreign Languages ​​and Literature, enrolled the first class of daytime students in 2002. Since August 1, 2005, the Department of Applied Japanese Studies has been formally established with a further training department. So far, the department has 13 classes and about 665 academic talents. In 2007, it was approved by the Ministry of Education to set up a master's program, with 10 master's students enrolled every year.
  The goal of the University Department is to cultivate the day and communication talents needed for business, tourism, information and science applications in Northern Taiwan. The goal of the master's program is to cultivate Japanese language teaching talents in northern Taiwan's middle, junior high and elementary schools and Japanese professionals who are proficient in Japanese language and culture.

This department is as follows, with eight characteristics:
1. The nation's first compulsory 4-hour conversation class throughout the year and weekly.
2. Strengthen the ability of Japanese as the main language and English and Korean as supplementary.
3. Start a three-university program.
4. Use small class teaching.
5. Studying in summer and winter vacations.
6. Exchange students.
7. Hold a graduation performance.
8. Academic exchanges with Japanese universities.

Department of Applied English

  The biggest feature of this department is that the foreign teachers are large and strong, and the teachers' expertise and nationalities are very diverse. Compared with other applied English departments, our department can provide students with a better training and cross-cultural communication environment. In addition, the course-based curriculum is also one of the major characteristics of this department.
  For the university department, the academic credits of this department are more average than those of other schools, and the compulsory credits are also lower. Relatively speaking, the proportion of courses that students can choose freely increases naturally, so that students can learn all aspects of knowledge based on their personal interests and future employment needs. The curriculum planning implemented in the 1995 academic year also gives students more choices and more solid language training due to the expertise and nationality of the multi-faceted teachers. The curriculum rules implemented since the 1997 school year will further give full play to the diverse expertise of all teachers and give students greater flexibility and autonomy in choosing courses. In addition to the course of this department, there are currently inter-academic tourism courses cooperating with the Department of Tourism and Japan, and the inter-departmental Chinese courses and global chemistry courses for students to choose from.
  For the research institute, our institute will take English teaching in elementary and middle schools as the main direction of curriculum planning and internship. Currently, they are actively contacting primary and secondary schools in Taoyuan to sign contracts, hoping to provide students with theoretical frameworks and practical opportunities before graduation.

1. Four major departments: English teaching field, international business English field, cross-cultural communication field, and information technology English field.
2. Cross-departmental college courses: Chinese language teaching courses, globalization studies courses.
3. Out-of-hospital program: International tourism management employment certificate program.
4. Teachers from the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and other nationalities have a strong team.
5. 24-hour CNN English environment.
6. Combine localization and internationalization needs.
7. Set the threshold for graduation in English.
8. "New York Pavilion" Language Learning Village
9. Professional digital language audio-visual classroom.
10. Dedicated license classroom for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Department of Applied Chinese Languages

The characteristics of the department and future development direction

1. Four-year bachelor's degree program

  This department sets up a four-year bachelor's degree program for international students. Therefore, students can apply for a residence visa to the Immigration Department according to their area of ​​residence with the certificate issued by the department to complete the four-year study in Taiwan.

2. Teaching all in Chinese to cultivate outstanding Chinese-speaking talents

   All courses in this department are taught in Chinese, so that students can quickly integrate into the target language environment. Through the intensive and comprehensive Chinese language curriculum design, cultivating outstanding foreign Chinese-speaking talents is the mission of this department, and it is also the focus of the future development of the department.

3. Small class language training course

   This department only enrolls foreign students, and does not require students to have Chinese language proficiency. The language training program is planned from a zero starting point, including intensive courses for beginners and advanced Chinese, as well as professional Chinese elective courses for seniors . Elementary language courses are taught in small classes, with the main task of cultivating students' listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities. If the student has a certificate of Chinese language proficiency before enrolling, some credits can be deducted.

4. A sound after-school tutoring mechanism

   In order to make up for the learning disabilities that may occur for students taught in Chinese, this department has set up a sound after-school tutoring mechanism, and arranged for graduate students of the "Chinese Language Teaching Institute", Yingying and Ying Japanese students and teachers of this department to speak Chinese Or students' native language for after-school tutoring.