Office of Teaching Centers

Organization profile

Organization profile

Driven by NCU’s vision of becoming a “world-class university with deep humanistic concerns,” powered by NCU’s educational objectives of “integrating liberal arts with expertise,” “cultivating leadership talent,” “leading the innovation of knowledge,” “pursuing academic excellence,” “sustaining social development,” and “furthering human welfare,” and guided by the principles of “student-centric education” and “integration of liberal arts and expertise,” the OTC endeavors to develop the curricula of common courses and liberal education and select each department’s and each college’s featured courses to be part of the program of liberal arts in order to increase students’ interdisciplinary knowledge, enhance their mastery of languages and expressing skills, strengthen their self-directed learning, and broaden their understanding of cultural diversity. The OTC expects to gradually attain the goals of a liberal education—to cultivate “generalist elites.” The OTC also established a course selection system of physical education interest courses to guide students to make sports a habit and facilitate the development of their bodies, minds, and intelligence. The OTC’s educational objectives are, therefore, established to be “cultivating talent who have multiple intelligences, knowledge of liberal arts, logical and critical thinking, communication and expressing skills, grand vision, and concern for society.”

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  • mbhoyaw「復興」子計畫5:產業與文化

    Yang-Yi, Z.

    1/01/2431/12/24

    Project: Research

  • Yang-Yi, Z.

    1/01/2431/12/24

    Project: Research

  • 113-114 Bilingual Digital Learning

    Lee, T.

    1/01/2431/12/25

    Project: Research