The Department of Cultural and Creative Industries, established in 2006, offers comprehensive study of cultural affairs, marketing, and design at undergraduate level. The program integrates theories and practical skills, which meets the needs of students interested in qualifying for employment or graduate study in cultural industries and related fields, including project planning, design, marketing and management. The program is interdisciplinary, and current faculty has degrees in diverse fields including cultural study, literature research, cultural history, cultural property, creativity design, multimedia, marketing and management.

Department of Cultural Development will:

  1. Gain greater understanding of culture, design and business-related knowledge, and integrate these ideas to create strategic and innovative thinking in their project.
  2. Gain innovative and practical design skills that are important in a wide variety of careers in culture-related industries.
  3. Develop intellectual skills to solve problems that contemporary culture-related industries may encounter by analyzing a range of cultural development affairs and applying marketing and management knowledge.

Faculty and Student

Thirteen full-time faculty members and 460 students are currently listed under the Department. Students can strengthen their practical skills through domestic and overseas internships in Canada, Australia, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, etc., and conduct short-term academic exchanges with Parsons School of Design in New York City. Graduates are to engage in the design, marketing, art, and culture-related industries and serve as mid- to high-level supervisors.

Facilities

    • L101: Audio-visual Classroom
    • L102: Cloud Center of Audiovisual Crestion
    • L112: Digital Multimedia Classroom
    • L212: Digital Editing and Image/Text Paging Studio
    • Cultural Exhibition Hall