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Academic Units

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Academic Units

  • Academic Units
Academic Units Goals Link
Department of Educational Technology The program is aimed to enhance students with abilities in analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of processes and resources for teaching and learning in a variety of educational contexts, such as schools and business. Particularly, students are prepared for careers as instructional designers, multimedia producers, and corporate human resource developers. 106_221fc492.gif
Graduate Institute of Educational Policy and Leadership
  1. Promoting extension education programs for in-service teachers and administrators.
  2. Participating in the planning and preparation of the Research Institute of Higher Education.
  3. Collaborating with local and international scholars as well as specialists on research projects that develop new knowledge and understanding in the field of educational  policy and leadership.
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―Division of Education Management
―Division of Higher Education
Graduate Institute of Educational Psychology and Counseling
  1. To train future professional counselors and teachers with psychological and counseling expertise.
  2. To develop students’ theoretical and academic research capabilities.
  3. To strengthen students’ professional competency conforming to the needs of psychological counseling at all levels of education, communities and institutions.
  4. To enhance students’ occupational competitiveness by offering disciplinary synthesis of educational psychology and psychological counseling.
  5. To broaden and diversify teachers’ and students’ visions through integration of theories and practices.
  6. To equip students with adequate knowledge and competency for attaining professional certificate.
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Graduate Institute of Future Studies
  1. To equip students with the capability of environmental scanning, scenario building and visioning within an integrated context of social change.
  2. To see students as potential global elites and, thus, to enable them to think critically and innovatively in the field of education and social sciences.
  3. To enhance students' abilities as policy and planning experts with great interests in local and global issues.
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Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction
Specific goals should be kept in mind: 
(1) to train curricular and instructional researchers at the government, school, and college levels. 
(2) curricular and instructional leadership, planning, implementation, and evaluation of professionals in schools and non-governmental organizations.
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Center for Teacher Education
To provide students with the following characteristics:
-Broad fields of knowledge
-Highly developed professional skills
-Mastery of instructional content
-Proficiency in information technologies
-Adaptation to future social development
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Center for General Education & Core Curriculum
  1. Develop into twelve required major subjects, therefore, students have wide range of courses (all together 178) to select from.
  2. Wang Sho-Chi, a sculptor, 
    Hong Der-Ling, a comic book artist, 
    Chang Bing-Huang, a calligrapher, 
    Sohail Inayatyllah, MA in the field of Future Studies, 
    Leung Ker-Fu, an ethnologist and a former diplomat in Russia, and Chang Ging-Yu, a scholar in the field of politics and the comparative method.
  3. Organize and plan all of the courses into fully developed "course program" curriculum.
  4. Explore new teaching materials of various areas of subjects.
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