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Department of Applied Foreign Languages(B.B.A.)
Tel: 886-4-23892088 ext.3561、3562
Fax: 886-4-23895293
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College of Management
Group: Foreign language
International Admission: Bachelor

The department’s objectives are to help students develop language skills and apply them in the workplace. Our curriculum also emphasizes cultural awareness and professional ethics in the hope that our students can develop a higher level of professionalism.

Research Focus:

*The courses are designed to cultivate students’ English proficiency in speaking, listening, writing, reading and translation.
*In addition to the field of language learning, the department provides three related fields for electives, including tourism and culture, international business as well as teaching English to children.
The faculty is composed of recognized scholars and experts in literature, linguistics and education. Currently, there are three professors, three associate professors, three assistant professors, and 11 lecturers.
*State-of- the-art classrooms, including projection facilities and internet.
*Qualified native speakers as teachers who advance teaching and research. Several teachers who have obtained doctoral degrees haven been newly added to our faculty.
*A strong foundation in applied languages to foster professional English communicators, especially in tourism and culture, international business, and teaching English to children. Providing students with opportunities to gain working experience during summer breaks.
*Combining classroom instruction with on-the-job internships to help students understand their English abilities and achieve language proficiency for passing tests.

AFL Developments
*Encouraging enterprises to cooperate with colleges to strengthen research through integration and collaboration.
*Combining language, business and information technology to enhance students’ general language proficiency and cultural accomplishments.
*Establishing a graduate curriculum to produce confident English communicators, especially in the language and business sectors.
Career Planning
*Advanced Studies:
Graduates may pursue further study in such fields as English as a foreign language, primary school education, business administration, and related fields in Taiwan or abroad.
Graduates seeking employment immediately are equipped to service multinational companies, educational administration and tourism.

Nov 6, 2009

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