To educate students so that they acquire esthetic and creative competence in the fields of interdisciplinary design, the College of Design has two primary
- To provide students with high-quality design professional instruction 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 curriculum, faculty
structure and equipment to cultivate students with creativity in both theory and practice. With this knowledge and set of skills, students are
competitively positioned to enter creative careers in the industry.
- To promote both domestic academic-industry
cooperation and international exchange program. The college integrates various teaching and research resources to improve teaching quality, research competence and service performance by expanding academic-industry cooperation and international exchange.
The College of Design seeks competitiveness in pursuit of its education goal under school’s development plan and move toward a more complete teaching and research environment for students and faculties.
The College of Design offers programs in the following design fields: (1) commercial design, (2) multimedia design, (3) interior design, and (4) creative product design. The college also administers the “Design Service Center,” established in 2008 and placed in
charge of integrating collegial resources, to serve the needs of industry by providing facilities for academic-industry project work.
The faculty of the College is composed of 41
experienced full-time teachers including 9 professors, 11 associate professors, 15 assistant professors and 9 lecturers, of which 14 have PhD background and 22 are with master degree. All faculty members take a genuine interest in instructing their students and dedicate themselves to design profession.
The building of Design College, 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 also provides
administration office, individual studio, meeting room and presentation space for academic-industry
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.
The faculty of the College is composed of 40
experienced full-time teachers including 4 professors, 16 associate professors, 19 assistant professors and 1 lecturers. All faculty members take a genuine interest in instructing their students and dedicate themselves to design profession.