College of Hospitality & Tourism
The college's teaching goal is to foster high-quality tourism and leisure industry professionals. Therefore, four departments and one graduate institute are established under the College of Recreation Studies; the departments are Department of Tourism and Eco-tourism, Department of Tourism and Hospitality, Department of Culinary Arts, and Department of Applied Foreign Languages; and the Graduate Institute of Environmental Resources Management. We train students in tourism, recreation, eco-tourism, catering services, cooking and professional language skills with well-designed curricula, and the recreation-study-related, interdisciplinary courses are provided to students in order to meet students’ diverse learning needs.
In day-to-day teaching, the college pays close attention to creative projects, practical productions, and international language skills in order to help students get two certificates and four licenses before they graduate and to increase students’ abilities and skills. In students’ employment counseling, the college is committed to linking with popular tourist sites, leisure centers, restaurants, and hotels in order to provide opportunities for students to observe and learn. In addition, all senior students will get a full-year internship to enhance students’ employability and competitiveness.