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Academics

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Academics

School of Music

The School of Music, with a mission to provide the best music education that embraces the ideal of professionalism, modernization, localization, globalization, and interdisciplinary studies, has already earned international fame as one of the best institutions for music education. The School has two buildings, measuring 159,948 square feet in total. In addition to classrooms of various sizes, there are 65 teacher’s studios, 23 study rooms, 143 practice rooms with 130 grand pianos, and a music library. It also owns a 500-seat concert hall with a pipe organ. Besides a professional curriculum, there are at least 200 Maestro Lectures and concerts per year.


School of Fine Arts

The School of Fine Arts has produced many young artists whose creative talents were unleashed under the guidance of a diverse cohort of artists, teachers and reseachers. It continues to be instrumental in developing the potential of Taiwan's contemporary art, while situating Taiwanese art in the international context. The School offers courses that include both practical and studio-based work, and theoretical research. The curriculum emphasizes interdepartmental interactions and interdisciplinary integration.
 
 
School of Theatre Arts

Since its establishment in 1982, the School of Theatre Arts has seen hundreds of graduates devote themselves to the theatre, the TV and movie industries, academic work, education, and other related areas in Taiwan. They have established a legacy, helping to create a brighter future for contemporary theatre in Taiwan. The University also provides well-equipped theatre and performance venues for the students to present their creative works and professional-level theatre productions.
 
 
School of Dance

The School of Dance is equated with excellence in Taiwan and around the world. Since its establishment in 1983, a world-class faculty of choreographers, performers, scholars and educators has led the program and facilitated the development of young artists. TNUA alumni have gained respect and international acclaim as professional choreographers and have embodied a signature language of dance with a distinctive style. The evidence resides in the accomplishments of the faculty and alumni who lead the contemporary dance scene in Taiwan.
 
 
School of Film and New Media

Founded in 2009, the School of Film and New Media is the only higher education institution in Taiwan focusing on film and new media art. The School looks to meet the demand in Taiwan and overseas for professionals in technology, creative work, R&D, and design for the culture and creative industries. In 2011, the School established a new department – the Department of Animation.
 
 
School of Culture Resources

The School of Culture Resources trains professionals and researchers to plan and manage arts and cultural projects, providing government and private sectors with expertise consulting, technical support, academic services and research guidance. It also participates in various government-promoted arts activities and development projects, aiding governments of different levels in the making of their arts policies. It undertakes the administration of cultural businesses, and the planning and management of different arts activities and museums.
 
 
General Education Committee

The General Education Committee is in charge of the pedagogical and administrative affairs of students’ general education. Its mission is to help students develop healthy characters, visions, social sophistication, and knowledge in both art and science. There are three units under the Committee: the Center for General Education, the Center for Teacher Education, and the Physical Education Office.
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