Integrated professional courses and interdisciplinary learning: Integrating courses for solving environment problems for interdisciplinary learning also provides students with a market-demand orientation. This includes such areas as animation, 3D projection creation, graphic design and product exhibition design, design drawing, digital architecture design and urban adaptive planning and disaster mitigation design.
Combined academia-industry and internship programs for certificate training and improved post-graduation prospects: Expanding internship courses is a result of cooperative education and nurtures students’ competitiveness in the market. The average amount involved in Academia-Industry cooperation programs is about 10 million NTD per year.
Professional societal contributions by faculty members and students through professionalism, internationalization and glocalization: Through course learning at the First U.S.-Accredited University in Asia, students have the opportunity for professional exchange and further study in the U.S., Japan and Mainland China. Design talents are nurtured to make societal contributions and serve the community.
Support from tight relationships with alumni and competitive graduation product exhibition: Students benefit from increased opportunities for employment and winning international awards through the online communication between each department and their respective alumni associations, as well as special exhibitions of their design works during mid-term or finals’ weeks and their graduation exhibitions.