About our Department
The College aims at cultivating professionals proficient in English and second foreign language(s) and equipped with holistic development and global vision. The College also provides foreign language majors with tracks in business management, international affairs, and MICE industry programs to ensure their employability.
2004： Doctorat, Université de Dijon en Muséologie
1998： D.E.A, Université de Dijon en Muséologie
1995： Maîtrise, Université Paris VII-Denis Diderot en Conception et mise en oeuvre des projets culturels
Fields of Specialization：
Museum trends,Museum management,Import and Export of exhibitions,Exhibition making,Cultural exchange of museums,Sociology of art
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Master Degree of Graduate Institute of Studies in Documentary
Film Archiving, Tainan National University of the Arts
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Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology and Technology, University of Southern California
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The department aims at cultivating students’ knowledge of arts and humanities along with their creative thinking and foreign language ability, and at preparing them for careers in radio, television and electronic media. Our mission is to produce mass communication personnel who are proficient in foreign language, well-versed in the arts, and greatly concerned about society. Our faculty members are PhD degree holders who specialize in communication and arts, and have practical experience. We also recruit famous professionals in the mass communication world as our instructors. Our ultimate goal is to educate our students to become digital media and communication professionals.
Teaching Features and Curriculum Design
The department puts an equal emphasis on classroom instruction and practical work. Our faculty, with its expertise and practical experience, strive to broaden students’ knowledge of arts and humanities as well as to develop their mass communication production ability. Also, we combine the language expertise of the college and mass communication facilities on campus in teaching, and seek every possible opportunity to cooperate with related industries or arrange internships for our students in the hope that we can reach the goal of combining theory with practice.
Our curriculum design starts from the basics and gradually moves to higher levels in the combination of theory and practice. Courses cover areas of language and literature, communication, arts, and general education. In addition, students are required to take 24 credits of English courses. It is also possible to take a second foreign language course. With language as the foundation, the main thrust consists of professional courses such as TV PRODUCTION and RADIO PRODUCTION. The curriculum is made complete with the addition of Liberal Arts General Courses that aim at whole-person education. With strict and solid training, we hope to develop our students’ foreign language ability, deepen their knowledge of arts and humanities, and prepare them for careers in radio, television and electronic media.See Couse Credits.
Teaching Facilities & Resources
The facilities and resources are sufficient for our teaching purposes. Our library has collected about 20 thousands books and 116 journals in arts, communication, and other related fields. In addition, the professional studios of this Department include: (1) production studio, (2) control room, (3) broadcasting studios, (4) audio-visual editing rooms, and (5) digital media studio and post production center. Each studio has high quality facilities for students’ practicum in radio, television, and electronic media advertisement. We have recently established the virtual reality studio system, portable directing system, and the networking transmission system for radio and television programs.
- HD/SD high-definition cameras x 2
- camera controller: fiber optic camera control unit x 2
- electric lens remote control handle set x 2
- professional video camera tripod set x 2
- folding professional tripod pulley set x 4
- HD/SD multi-format switcher × 1
- well rail + spring suspension light stand × 2
- LED 24-inch LED studio light × 8
- 42-inch FHD LED LCD monitor (including floor stand) × 2
- flat photo frame × 2
This venue provides courses in film and television photography, TV program planning and production, advertising planning and production, communication practice, news interview and writing, experimental short film production, non-linear editing, and documentary production. The simple and complete sub-control directing system allows graduate students to provide an on-campus practice space in the classroom, whether it is documentary special research courses, contemporary video research, media advertising research.
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