Established on June 5th, 1955, the College of Liberal Arts originally consists of five departments include Chinese, English, History & Geography, Arts, and Music. Nowadays, there are five departments, two graduate institutes, and two research centers in our college. It is also home to 233 full-time faculty members and approximately 2,300 students. We offer B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in the following disciplines: Chinese; English; History; Geography; Taiwan Culture; Languages and Literature; Translation and interpretation; and Taiwan History.
We are committed to the goal of nurturing quality high school teachers in disciplines such as Chinese, English, History, and Geography. Over the past few years, the College has also become more ambitious and comprehensive in scope. In addition to training future teachers, we are also dedicated to improving our strengths in basic and applied research. We have made a significant impact in fields as diverse as Cultural Studies, Communications, Literature, Applied Historiography, Environment Protection, and Geographic Information Systems.
The College of Liberal Arts consistently ranks among the best in the nation. Our faculty members are dedicated to research and are leaders on many fronts. Many of our graduates have gone on to have distinguished careers both at home and abroad.