|The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program was started in 2013. Its emphasis is on humanities, science and technology, design, marketing, and integrated communication. Communication theory is the foundation of the course enabling the understanding of film, television, print media, journalism, as well as different marketing methods. The degree program curriculum combines art, design, cultural and historical literacy, and business management skills from various fields in able to create a digital video and audio presentation thereby making good use of communication theory to enhance the students’ use of multiple applications and improve their communication ability.|
1.Expertise of Mass communication
2.Arts and Humanities Conservation
3.Media Design and Marketing Management
Department Graduates should have core competencies
1.Professional Competence of Video Production
2.Performance Planning Practice Ability
4.Community Cooperation in the Implementation Capacity
5. Social Care Responsibilities
|The department’s curriculum planning includes aesthetics, humanities, communication arts and practical experience of media marketing management, film and video media. In response to international media, the dissemination of art, and cultural connotations in the era of convergent trends; the department fosters the knowledge of video media, performance art and marketing management personal including advertising, film and television program production and broadcasting talent. Freshman students study art-related curriculum. Sophomores and Juniors focus on featured television program production. Seniors perform professional internships and create graduation products based on their studies. The department serves to cultivate student creative marketing ability, language ability in the creative arts, media advertising, planning and production capacity, video program production and broadcasting capabilities.|
The Department of Communication Arts consists of nine staff members. The complete field of teachers’ expertise in the department covers: film making art, video production, theater design, performance art, animation and digital post-production.
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|Currently an professor at Dayeh University's College of Design and Arts, Tsai Hsiu-Chin formerly served as dean of the college, as head of National Sun Yat-sen University's Department of Theater Arts, and as vice president of the Wei Wu Ying Center for the Arts, not to mention serving as stage director for the National Chiang Kai-Shek Cultural Center for many years.
Tsai was majored in art history at the Universität Graz and also educated at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz / Austria.(MFA&MA) In her early years, Tsai was devoted to painting and has often had her works displayed in exhibitions, including Paris' annual "Salon d'Automne." She has devoted her life to artistic creation and promoting the arts, while also often being involved with stage design, stage lighting, and costume design both at home and abroad. Stage productions that Tsai has worked on include Salome, Der fliegende Holländer , Die Walküre, Carmen, Aida, Otello, Rigoletto, Cavalleria rusticana, La Bohéme, Orfeo ed Euridice, Turandot, L'enfant et les sortilèges, Hänsel und Gretel, Madama Butterfly, La clemenza di Tito, Ariadne auf Naxos, among others, including a currently running production of Das Land des Lächelns in Germany.
Tsai's works has been on the stages of the Dortmund Opera House, Gießen's muncipal theatre, The Royal Opera House Den Haag, Singapore's Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Taipei's National Theater and Hong Kong's Grand Theatre…
|English name：Sheue-Guan Hou|
Chief Secretary ＆ Director of Chinese Language Center
Degrees：PhD, Department of Chinese Literature, Feng Chia University (FCU)
Expertise：Origin and Develop of Characters, Chinese Create and Spread,
2. Sheue-Guan Hou (2015). : Thoughts of Zhu Xi on the《Great Learning》,
3 Sheue-Guan Hou.(2014). : The Connotation of Zhou-xi Tai-ji Da-Yeh Journal of
|Title: associate professor|
|English name: Pei-Chi Ho|
|Degrees: PhD, Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Changhua University of Education(NCUE)|
2.Lin, Chen-Di & Ho, Pei-Chi (2014). : The Study of Expressing the Emotional Cognition with LINE Sticker. 2014 Humanities and Information－Globalization, Localization and Innovation Conference, P.49-- P.59, Dec. 4, 2014, Tainan : Kang-Ning University.
3.Ho, Pei-Chi & Su, Jia Chen (2014). : A Study of Consumer Preference for Subculture Style in Accessory Design. Visual, Design, Management, Aesthetic Conference, P.240-- P.246, May 30, 2014, Kaohsiung : Tung-Fang Design Institute.
4.Kuo, Chien-Yang & Ho, Pei-Chi (2014). : A Study of Motorcycle Retro Features. 2014 Management and Aesthetic Conference, P.410-- P.416, May 30, 2014, Taipei : Ming-Chi University of Technology.
5.Su, Jia Chen & Ho, Pei-Chi (2013). : A Study of Motorcycle Retro Features. 2013 Management and Aesthetic Conference, P.1-- P.4, June 7, 2013, Taipei : Ming-Chi University of Technology.6.Hsu, Chung-Ming & Ho, Pei-Chi (2013). : A Study of Composing 3D Elements into 2D Animation – Case of Designing Scene in “Oscar”. 2013 Digital Content and Product Design Conference, P.10-- P.17, June. 7, 2013, Tainan : Shou-fu University.
|Name: Cho Shih-Wen Assistant Professor|
|Educational Background: Peking University .
Expertise: Marketing Management, Politics
|Expertise: Marketing Management., Politics|
Title: associate professor
English name: Chih-Hsiang Lin
|Title: assistant professor
Degrees: Institute of Applied Arts, National Chiao Tung University / PhD, Visual Communication Design
Expertise: Visual Perception, Empirical Studies of the Arts, 3D Stereo Vision, Visual Editing and Effect
Chen, I.P., Wu, F. Y. & Lin, C.H. (2012). Characteristic Color Use in Different
Film Genres. Empirical Studies of the Arts, 30, 39-57.
Chen, I.P., Lin, C.H. & Tsai,C.G. (2013).A Felt-Emotion-Based Corpora of Music Emotions. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 55(4),571-599.(TSSCI)
Chen, I.P., Lin, C.H.(2008) . Architectures in Paintings: A Hidden Role Revealed. Biannual meeting of International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. Chicago, USA.
Chen, I.P., Lin, C.H.(2005) . Quantitative Assessment of the Advancing / Receding
and the Expansion / Constriction Effects of Colours.2005 Proceedings of the 10th
Congress of the International Color Association . Granada, Spain.
Lin, C.H., Chen, I.P. (2005). A Quantitative Assessment of the Apparent Depth and Size of Color Patches . Proceedings of International Congress of International Symposium of Empirical Aesthetics: Culture, Arts, and Education. Taipei, Taiwan.
Lin, C.H., Chen, I.P. (2005) . The Interactions between Dress and Skin Colors on the Visual Impression of a Figure. International Design Congress . Yunlin, Taiwan.
|English name: Han-Ming Wang|
|Title: Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Graduate Institute of Technological & Vocational Education, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
M.A., Graduate Institute of Telecommunication, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
B.A., Department of Mass Communication, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Communication Education, Communication Technology, Digital Media Content, Media Planning, Media Management and Marketing
Wang, H. M. (2012). The Relationship among Teacher Power Use, Teacher Communication Style and Learner Empowerment in the Curriculum of Capstone Project for Communication Students at Universities and Colleges of Technology. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan.
|Our advanced facility includes: a performance studio, video production lab, photography studio, creative work studio, multimedia workshop, music and video editing studio and student studios.|
|A 4 year BFA degree program of courses include Major Requirements and Liberal Arts Requirements. Total Credits: 128|
|Student prospective fields will take place in marketing, public relations, advertising planning, performance and publicity, television news editing, film and video production and direction, photography, TV programming production and marketing management. In the future, students can continue their studies abroad either by entering mass communication, journalism, advertising, design, theatrical institutes, or other relevant graduate program studies.|
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