College of Design
  • Key Features
    With the mission of training interdisciplinary talents in design with aesthetic sensibility and creativity, the College of Design has two primary education objectives:

    1. Enhance educational features of humanistic, creative and integrated design education:
      To provide students with high-quality instruction in professional design and to strengthen humanistic, creative and integrated design education. Based on the mission proclaimed in our school’s long-term plan and student training strategy, the college adjusts the curriculum, faculty structure and equipment to train creative talents with an emphasis on both theory and practice. Students are competitively positioned to enter creative careers in industry.
    2. Promoting industry-academy cooperation and international exchange:
      The college integrates various teaching and research resources to improve teaching quality, research competence and service performance by expanding industry-academy cooperation and international exchange.
    The College of Design seeks competitiveness in pursuit of its educational objectives under school’s development plan and move toward a more complete teaching and research environment for students and faculty.
  • Administrative Organization
    The College of Design includes the Departments of Commercial Design, Multimedia Design, Interior Design, and Innovative Product Design. The college also includes the “Design Service Center,” which was established in September 2008 and placed in charge of integrating collegial resources, to serve the needs of industry by providing facilities for industry-academy cooperation.
  • Facilities
    The College of Design offers a wide range of general purpose areas dedicated to providing students with a comfortable learning environment. This includes instructional classrooms and lecture halls, a workshop, a photography studio, a video production Lab, and several PC Laboratories equipped with a variety of design software. In the Design Service Center, there is also an administration office, individual studios, meeting rooms and presentation space for industry-academic cooperation projects. The college’s facilities are dedicated to both research and student instruction. Teachers and students have access to equipment and spaces to pursue excellence in creative design careers.
  • Faculty
    The faculty of the College is composed of 41 experienced full-time teachers including 7 professors, 18 associate professors, 13 assistant professors and 3 lecturers. All faculty members have expertise in their specialty, and most of them have work experience in related industries.