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College of Social Science and Physical Education

 

College of Social Science and Physical Education

  The College of Social Science and Physical Education, previously a subdivision of the General Education Center, emerged as an independent college through a restructuring of the university in 2004. The college consists of two major departments: Department of Sports and   Department of Public Affairs and Civic Education. 
  The Department of Sports was established in 2001, followed by the Graduate Institute of Applied Sports Science and the Graduate Institute of Sports and Health. The Department of Public Affairs and Civic Education was upgraded from the Division of Law and Politics under the General Education Center in 2008. In 2011, the Graduate Institute of Politics was renamed as the Master Program of Public Affairs and Civic Education and integrated into the Department of Public Affairs and Civic Education. 
  This college integrates teaching and research resources and encourages students to become modern, responsible citizens with an international perspective. Our mission is to nurture qualiffed teachers in specialized fields such as the sports industry, civic education, and public afairs.
  Fundamental knowledge is greatly emphasized, as are professional skills and ethics and values. The college is committed to cultivating professionals who can fexibly apply their knowledge.

 

Department of Sports

1. Focusing on the integration of theoretical foundations and practical experiences, courses are developed to help students possess solid knowledge and sports skills. 
2. Planning sports coaching and management programes, providing students multi-disciplinary learning opportunities. 
3. Focusing on cultivating academic capacity and research participation, students are encouraged to advance their studies. 
4. Courses are designed to help students learn the planning ability in exercise programs, sports events, and leisure activities. 
5. Focusing on learning the second language and management skills, courses are developed to enhance students' competitiveness.
Tel:04-7232105 Ext. 1972
Fax:04-7211155
E-mail:pe@cc2.ncue.edu.tw

 

Graduate Institute of Sports and Health

1.Cultivating professional researchers in sports and health science.
2.Emphasizing The integration of academic theories and applied sports science practice.
3.Promoting and integrating scientific research, education, and practical applications in sports medicine and exercise science to enhance physical performance and health.
Tel:04-7232105 Ext. 1939
Fax:04-7211155
E-mail:sh@cc2.ncue.edu.tw

 

 

Department of Public Affairs and Civic Education

1.Organize The educator group with academic profession. 
2.Nurture practical talent with professional orientation.
3.Develop social service with The mode of combining different sources. 
4.Construct specialty conduct through interdisciplinary way.
Tel:04-7232105 Ext. 1937、1938、1861
Fax:04-7211255
E-mail:polisci@cc2.ncue.edu.tw