The College of Maritime

The College of Maritime


Vision, goals and positioning

The College of Maritime Career is a government that promotes marine policies based on the National Marine Policy Program, and the Ministry of Education has formulated a white paper on marine education policies to support the development of the country's "Six Major New Industry Development Strategies", "Marine Education" and "Marine Industry Policy" Based on the study of marine expertise and water sports skills such as navigation, marine engineering, marine leisure and tourism, and marine sports and leisure, develop the professional characteristics of each department, enhance students' professional and technical ability, creative thinking ability, and integrated application ability, and strengthen student workplace competition. With the vision of cultivating high-quality technical and management talents for the marine industry, it will enhance the national competition in the marine industry.

  In response to the trend of declining birthrates in the future, the college establishes a flexible resource allocation and adjustment model that uses the "academy" as the unified subject to achieve the purpose of inter-departmental learning of students, break through the departmental framework, and integrate teachers and teaching resources through the college to achieve teacher manpower The purpose of flexible scheduling, effective circulation of teaching resources, and cross-domain integration of courses. Correspondence between the core goals of the college and the development goals of the school

The college has four departments and one center, which are the Department of Navigation, the Department of Marine Engineering, the Department of Marine Leisure and Tourism (including the master's class), the Department of Aquatic Sports and Recreation, and the Center for Marine Leisure Development. The college has one dean and one administrative staff in the affairs of the college. The head of each department and full-time teacher form the college affairs meeting, group education evaluation, and the school curriculum committee. Each meeting is convened regularly or as needed to determine the major affairs of the college. Each department appoints teachers as members and shares the special work window according to the expertise and task needs.


School Development Plan and Strategy

Coordinate the scheduling of teachers, adjust the curriculum and coordinate the use of related teaching resources. The college has set up compulsory courses for inter-departmental colleges. Since the 104 academic year, the three core courses of the college, namely "Marine Environment and Ecology", "Navigating Ships" and "Management", have been set as common compulsory courses for the four departmental students. Since the 105 academic year, "Developing Trends of the Marine Cultural and Creative Industries" has been included in the College's General Liberal Education Common Required Course, so that students can understand and grasp the future development trend of the marine cultural and creative industries. Since the 105 academic year, relevant (same) courses between different departments have been integrated, and the curriculum planning and teaching teachers have been coordinated by the college. For example, the Department of Marine Sports and Recreation includes compulsory 20 credits and 24 credits for elementary swimming, canoeing technology and practice, scuba diving, yacht driving training and management, windsurfing and sailing, water rescue and practice, etc. The college will cope with the teaching needs Scheduling teachers.

The college's professional classrooms include ship simulators, chart classrooms, shipbuilding classrooms, communication classrooms, dinghies and dock areas, guided commentary classrooms, aviation reservation computer classrooms, gaming classrooms, indoor swimming pools, sports massage classrooms, rhythmic Many professional classrooms, such as classrooms and multimedia classrooms, were awarded the Ministry of Education subsidy equipment update in April 105 to build marine GMDSS simulators and engine room simulators to cultivate the competitiveness of modern merchant ship crews. In addition, the college was also added in 105 The "Marine Environment and Ecology Professional Classroom" has added hardware and software teaching and internship facilities as common professional classrooms for college-related courses. In the second half of 105, an additional "specialist" professional classroom will be added to the Shilin Campus, which will be managed and used by the college to improve the teaching quality and energy of the college teachers.