Colleges & departments  (附件6)

Academics   - College of Education
    Department of Education http://192.83.167.230/

Department of Early Childhood Education http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/ttcece/index.htm

Department of Special Education http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/spe/

Department of Physical Education http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/dpe/index.htm

Graduate of Institute of Educational Measurement and Statistics http://gsems.ntcu.edu.tw/

Graduate Institute of Environmental Education http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/giene/index.html

 

Graduate Institute of Early Intervention http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/cgi/index.htm

 

Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/cute/homepage/index.html

  - College of Humanities and Liberal Arts
    Department of Language and literacy Education http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/lan/index.html

Department of Social Studies Education http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/sse/frame1.htm

Department of Fine Arts http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/ae/intro.htm

Department of Music http://192.83.167.70/music/

Department of counseling and Applied Psychology http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/gicep/index.html

Department of Taiwanese Language http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/taiwanese/

Department of English http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/english/

  - College of Mathematics and Information Science
    Department of Mathematics Education http://mathed.ntcu.edu.tw/

Department of Science application and Dissemination http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/science/

Department of Information Science http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/cis/

Department of Digital Content and Technology http://www.ntcu.edu.tw/dct/dctc/index.html

 

- Program of Management

    Department of International Business http://210.240.187.133:8081/IB/

Graduate Institute of Business Administration http://210.240.187.133:8081/ibm/

Graduate Institute of Sustainable Tourism and Recreation Management http://210.240.187.133:8081/GITRM/

 
College of Education
   

Department of Education

The Department of Education, originally named the Department of Elementary Education, was established in 1987. A master's program was added in 1992 and a doctoral program was added in 2000. In 2004, the department and the graduate institute were combined as the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, which was renamed the Department of Education in 2006. Students in this department not only enroll in elementary education courses, but also are encouraged to choose an area of specialization such as administration, education business management, counseling and guidance, textbook research and development, or instruction and curriculum development. The department faculty members all have excellent backgrounds in the field of education. The faculty includes three professors, eleven associate professors, and two assistant professors, all of whom have doctoral degrees.

         
   

   

The Department of Early Childhood Education

The Department of Early Childhood Education was established in 1992. The major goals of the department are to prepare early childhood teachers, to provide in-service educational programs for early childhood teachers, and to promote the quality of early childhood education. The graduate program was established in 2003. Another evening graduate program for in-service personnel started in August 2006. Both of the above programs are designed to develop specialists in early childhood education research, teaching, administration and management. The department has abundant facilities and holds a variety of activities. The annual events include: storytelling contest, competition of design of teaching materials for young children, cheerleader competition, DO-DO play public show and the Young Tree summer camp for 7th and 8th graders, all of which have been getting great recognition from our community. There are 13 full-time faculty members in the department, including ten associate professors, one assistant professor, and two instructors. Ten of the teachers have doctoral degrees.

   

 

 

 
   

Department of Special Education

In accordance with the Five-year Plan for the Development and Improvement of Special Education of the Ministry of Education, the Department of Special Education was established in 1993. In 2001, the Graduate Institute of Special Education and Assistive Technology was founded. NTCU became the first university with a graduate institute of special education and assistive technology in Taiwan. In 2006, in line with the transformation of the school, unification of the academic affairs and powers, and optimal utilization of the educational resources, the Graduate Institute of Special Education and Assistive Technology was transformed into the master’s program of the Department of Special Education. The main goals of the Department of Special Education are to train educators and professionals with knowledge and competence in the field of special education for preschool and elementary school students, and to offer counseling in teaching knowledge and skills as well as parental counseling in special education. The undergraduate program consists of three educational areas in the curriculum, including regular education, gifted education and education of children with disabilities. There are ten faculties in this department, including one professor, six associate professors, and three assistant professors. Ten of the faculties have doctoral degree and the rest have master's degrees.

 

   

The Department of Physical Education

The Department of Physical Education was established in 1998 to recruit admitted P.E. students and students who have passed the JCEE (Joint College Entrance Examination) with P.E. test. The original goal of the department was to train P.E. teachers for positions in elementary schools, but a dual-track teacher education program has been instituted in line with the school's transformation. Professional courses emphasize practical features in cooperation with industries, such as leisure activities, health care, and tourism. The first P.E. performance in May 2002 emphasized the traditional features of the department. In 2004, an undergraduate program in Sports Health Management was provided for students. In 2005, a master's program was established to upgrade the department’s P.E. professional and academic levels. The program consists of two parts, Sports Science and Health, and Sports Pedagogy. The department has also designed a policy which integrates the bachelor's and master's degree programs in order to assist graduates who wish to enroll in directed study in the P.E. master's degree program. The department has eleven teachers, including two professors, three associate professors, three assistant professors and three instructors. Five of the teachers have doctoral degrees.

 

   

   

The Graduate Institute of Educational

Measurement and Statistics

The Graduate Institute of Educational Measurement and Statistics was founded in 1997. It is the first graduate school to specialize in educational measurement and statistics, not only in Taiwan, but in all of Asia. In 2005, a doctoral program was established to offer opportunities for further academic research in this field. A computer aptitude diagnostic system developed by our faculty members not only has aided in university instruction and academic development, but has also been utilized by the Ladder Digital Education Corporation since 2005. The long-term cooperation will enable NTCU to continue to contribute to the development of the educational industry. There are five teachers in the department, including three professors, one associate professor, and one assistant professor. All of the teachers have doctoral degrees.

 

   

The Graduate Institute of Environmental Education

The Graduate Institute of Environmental Education was established in 1998. In 2000, a summer master's program of continuing education was offered, and a doctoral program is now being planned. The main objectives of the graduate institute are: developing the potential of graduate students in environmental education, assisting the nation and society in promoting theoretical and practical environmental education by means of research and participation, increasing interactions with environmental protection groups, and fostering communication between environmental protection organizations and local communities. There are four tracks of development: the school's environmental education, enterprise and environmental science education, environmental interpretation assessment education, and social environmental education. Graduates may choose to serve in NGOs (non-governmental organizations) as planners or curriculum designers, in government posts, environmental consultancy companies, or environmental industries. There are five teachers in the department, including one professor, three associate professors, and one assistant professor. All of the teachers have doctoral degrees.

 

   

Graduate Institute of Early Intervention

Recently, the government has focused its attention on the field of special education. Based on the concept of "Early Detection, Early Treatment" as well as attempting to meet the needs of society, NTCU founded the Graduate Institute of Early Intervention in 2004. The purpose of the graduate institute is to offer a systematic research program in special education through a combination of sources such as experts that have experience in the fields of social welfare, medical treatments, and education. This institute is designed primarily for those who will be working with people that have special needs at halfway houses, special education institutions, and related units in the government system in the central Taiwan area. At present, this institute includes nine staff members, all of whom have Ph.D.s in their respective fields.

 

   

   

The Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction

The Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction was established in 2004 based on the demand of localization research in the field of curriculum and instruction. The purpose of program is to promote the development of teacher education curriculum and develop specialists in curriculum and instruction. The goal of this institute is to help teachers develop a professional curriculum in elementary and junior high school, to help principals and curriculum advisors develop management and leadership skills, and to help curriculum advisors develop pre-vocational training curriculum and instruction. This institute focuses on the practical application of theories. At present, this institute includes eleven staff members: two professors, eight associate professors, and one assistant professor, all of whom have acquired Ph.D.s in their respective fields.

 

College of Humanities and Liberal Arts