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English DepartmentDepartment of Applied English

The Department of Applied Foreign Language was established in 1994. In that year, the 5-year program was set up for students graduated from junior high schools, including both English and Japanese sections. In 1997, the 2-year program was offered to provide an effective environment for students graduated from vocational high schools to learn further professional skills. In 1998, the Applied Foreign Language Department was divided into separate divisions: The English Department and the Japanese Department. In 2001, the graduate school master's program was established and the weekend in-service graduate school master’s program was established in 2002.



 

 

Japanese Department
Department of Applied Japanese

The Department of Applied Foreign Language was established in 1994. In that year, the 5-year program was set up for students graduated from junior high schools, including both English and Japanese sections. In 1997, the 2-year program was offered to provide an effective environment for the students graduated from vocational high schools to learn further professional skills. In 1998, the Applied Foreign Language Department was divided into separate divisions: The English Department and the Japanese Department. In 2000, Nan Tai College received University status from the Ministry of Education. In 2004, the graduate school master's program was established.

 


Child Care Department
Department of Child Care

The Department of Child Care was established in 2002 and four-year undergraduate and four-year evening undergraduate programs were offered. In 2003, a two-year weekend undergraduate program was established. In 2004, there were approximately 400 students enrolled in the programs. In 2005, another four-year undergraduate program and a two-year evening undergraduate program were offered. In 2007, there were approximately 700 students enrolled in the programs and right now there are approximately 500 students enrolled in the programs.

 

 

 

Graduate Institute of Educational Leadership and EvaluationGraduate Institute of Educational Leadership and Evaluation

The institute was established in accordance with the approval of the Ministry of Education in 2007. The goal of the institute is to cultivate talent, both in educational leadership and in professional educational evaluation. The institute furthermore supports the Center for Teacher Education. The institute was approved to offer an in-service master's program by the M.O.E. in 2012. Courses are offered on weekends. The program is an opportunity for administrative / teaching staff in educational organizations to get advanced qualifications. Recent graduates have secured good careers, such as elementary school principal and in Malaysian Chinese high schools.



 


Center for Teacher EducationCenter for Teacher Education

2000 began to offer Training Program for Secondary School Teachers. 2001 approved by the Ministry of Education to offer Training Program for Elementary School Teachers. 2003-2005 courses for postgraduates who expect to get the elementary school teacher’s license. 2005 forty-five people were admitted to the Secondary School Teacher Program. 2006 thirty-six people were admitted to the Elementary School Teacher Program. 2011- cultivated eleven groups and twenty-one subjects for vocational school teachers. Center for Teacher Education combined English Teaching Excellence resources with teachers to nurture high school, junior high and elementary school English teachers.



 

 

Language CenterLanguage Center

The Language Center was established in 2001 and is responsible for all English language courses in Nan Tai. The Self-access Learning Center was established in September, 2003 under the MOE subsidy project of Enhancing Students’ Foreign Language Proficiency. In 2007, the learning center again received a grant from the MOE’s Teaching Excellence Project and continued to expand its facilities and scale. The Situated English learning classroom was established in 2011 to improve students’ listening and oral skills.