Department of Taiwanese Languages and Literature2019.09.03
Our department, starting to recruit students in 2004, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. We have nine full-time teachers, and every teacher has very outstanding achievements in academic research and teaching performance.
In addition to the liberal and education-related curriculum, there are 11 credits of compulsory classes for
all students of the department, and there are 51 credits of elective classes which students must complete a minimum of 21 semester credits. The types of classes include Linguistics、Language-teaching、Literature and Culture, and, for the most part, the Taiwanese language is used in all classes.
After two years of well-rounded training at NTCU, our graduating students will have the career
development skills such as:
1. Further Study:
Our students may further their education by enrolling in the doctoral degree in Linguistics, Taiwanese Languages, Taiwanese Literature, Folklore, or Traditional Arts, etc.
The students who opt for the teacher training program will mostly become elementary school teachers. Other students may pursue the following careers: academic research, broadcasting, journalism, secretarial work, tourism, community service, culture and art administration, writing or editing in the area of Taiwanese literature.
Our students are qualified to take examinations for civil service positions, tour guides or tour management positions, etc.