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1.
How do we determine what industry wants or what we decide to teach?

Almost all of our faculty members have a good relationship with media-related industry. A variety of activities are planned and carried out in the department, such as recruiting adjunct faculty from the industry, executing R&D projects for the industry, offering internship opportunities by the industry, etc. Through these activities, this department becomes very close to the industry and understands its real needs.

Almost all the faculty members actively participate in a variety of international conferences, both academic and practical. This continual updating, in turn, expands the view toward the industry and fertilizes our curriculum.

 


2.
How do we determine which students to be graduated?

For the undergraduate program: All of the students need to pass the 6 credit hours of graduation production courses and a total minimum 130 credit hours courses.

For the graduate program: All of the students need to pass a total minimum 30 credit hours courses and the thesis for the master degree. The thesis may be presented in a variety of formats, such as academic research, multimedia design project, or system construction.

 


3.
How many students graduate?

1998-2000, 50 undergraduate students graduated every year;
2001, 100 undergraduate students graduated;
Starting from 2002, 120 students will graduate each year.

1997-2002, roughly 15 graduate students graduated every year.



4.
Where do the students go to work after they leave?

For the undergraduate program: Most of them become members of production team in the fields of commercial design, advertisement design, TV, marketing, public relation, information technology, government sectors, etc.

For the graduate program: Most of them become leaders of production team while some open their own business and some pursue advanced degree aboard.

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1.
Is there an academic alliance or competition between educational institutions?

We have an academic alliance with several departments of the selected national universities to exchange courses. The financial resources available for the private and national universities are quite un-balanced in Taiwan. This harsh reality, therefore, forces most private universities becoming closer to the industry and becoming more competitive.

 


2.
How will we respond to skill requirements?

We focus on principles rather than skill;
We focus on multiple skills rather than a single practice;
We focus on creativity rather than technique;
We focus on integration rather than specialty; and
We focus on potential rather than school marks.



3.
Future plans? where do we see market going?

The trend of media convergence will be continued. The industrial integration will not only happen in the fields of communication media, visual design, and information technology. The digital content industry is our main market that is consisted of following professional areas:


In the future, as we forecast, the scope for media convergence will be expanded to cover various fields which include: electronic engineering (especially the applications of wireless communication and op technology), mechanical engineering (especially the applications of automation control and mechanical design), business administration (especially the applications of marketing communication, business operation, and industrial policy), educational technology (especially the applications of multimedia-aided learning program), library science (especially the application of digital content management and services), etc.


 
 


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