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Future Prospects
The Features of CTU Development
 

 Based upon the solid foundation of outstanding academic achievements and management through years’ efforts by our past and current presidents, teachers and staff, the strategy of our future development is to reflect the advancement of modern technology, the demand for humanity and life and various constant changing factors of the teaching environment. Listed below are the key components of our future development:

1.To implement the spirit of technical and vocational education and develop its features.
         
 This goal is achieved by designing curriculum with respect to current, national policies on the economy and technology, strengthening academic-industry bonds and technical partnerships, implementing the “theory and practice in equal footing” and importance of “technical integration,” enforcing the required amount of industry experience on all professional CTU teachers and assuring that CTU students develop technical projects that demand industry acknowledgement.

2.To achieve higher teaching quality and promote holistic education 
In addition to providing students with necessary engineering and management techniques and professional design and humanities, we also emphasize life and holistic education in order to cultivate our students into modern citizens with social responsibility and morality, to mold them under the spirit of a diligent, collaborative environment and to guide them toward self-discipline and a hard working nature. All the efforts enable our graduates to possess practical professionalism and creativity along with personal integrity.

3.To set up the campus to become a pleasant environment for teaching, conducting research, working, learning and living as well as becoming an uplifting force for the advancement of community’s culture.        
We beautify campus and surrounding environment, expand and improve campus housing, increase cultural activities, enrich teaching and research equipments, execute reasonable institutional reform, implement and efficient service management, promote respect for teachers and mutual care between students and teachers, foster harmony among colleagues and establish campus ethics.

4.To raise the prestige of the school so that it becomes the breeding ground for cultivating technical professionals and innovation in Central Taiwan.

We grasp the pulse of the times, propose a forward-thinking and feasible school development plan, compete for resources and support for all, implement resources in integration for all academic departments, explore research depth and breadth, lead group research, step by step, achieve outstanding excellence in practice and strive for steady progress and development.
 
5.To promote excellent service quality and strengthen relationships with industries

Encourage active interaction between teachers and students. In particular, based on the excellent records of in-time delivery of many industry-sponsored projects in the past, we need to sustain the hard-earning fame in the Central Taiwan and continue to maintain the current cooperation between industry and school to conceive ideas for new products and provide good service. We also have established the “Center for Research and Innovation” to help promote industrial competiveness. Through improving the service quality, we will strengthen industrial interaction for the future to come.

6.To institutionalize the distribution of personnel time along with fund allocations and improve administrative efficiency.

Our employment is based on merits, and thus the appropriate human resources are allocated. Our funds are distributed efficiently for reasonable uses. Policies regarding personnel and the funding usage process are institutionalized and publicized. Simplifying all processes saves on human resources and improves efficiency.

7.To strengthen alumni-ties

Academic institutions around the world prioritize strengthening ties with their alumni organizations. Successful alumni reflect on successful schools. Concurrently, strong alumni support and abundant donations form a major driving force for school development and advancement. We will continually strengthen ties between our alumni with care and hold regular alumni events.

8.To encourage the honor to love and care for our school, responsibility and put it into action.

Only through campus-wide participation, cooperation and dedication from teachers, students and staff, can an educational institution make constant progress. Public praise, encouragement and recognition should be displayed at regularly held activities promoting school reputation and development.

9.To strengthen international connection and cooperation and establish academic partnership with other counterparts.

Our actively engaging in domestic, inter-industry exchange will encourage resource sharing, industry-university cooperation and mutual benefits with win-win situations to improve teaching and research quality. We will also conduct academic exchange with international institutions to strengthen our school’s global recognition and competitiveness with additional international resources.

10.To strengthen our school with information technology, web-networking and globalization.

Through campus-wide IT establishment, internet network, and E-commerce technology, the school administrative system is fully networked.

 

 

October 1965
Chienkuo Commercial Junior College was founded. In the five-year junior college, five departments were established:businessmanagement, international trade, accounting, radio and television.
August 1968
TheDepartment of Business Management, two-year Practical Skill Division, was established.
January 1974
The board of trustees was reorganized. Mr. Lien-Hsing Wu, an entrepreneur in textile-machinery industry, took over as the chairman.
May 1974
Approved by Ministry of Education to change the name as “Chienkuo Industrial Junior College”. Four five-year departments were established: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Civil Engineering.
August
1982
Approved to establish night school fortwo-year program (the division of continuing education). Enrolled new students to the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
August
1983
Approved to set up Department of Electronic Engineering in night school.
August
1989
Approved to establish two-year day school. Enrolled new students in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.
August
1990
Approved to found dept. of Mechanical Engineering (day school), and Dept. of Civil Engineering (day and night school).
August
1991
Approved to set up Dept. of industrial Engineering and Management, two-year day school.
August
1992
Approved to found commercial departments and enroll new students to Dept. of Information Management, as well as dept. of Dept. of Electrical Engineering (two-year day and night school.)
November
1992
Approved to change name to Chienkuo Industrial-and-Commercial Junior College
August
1993
Approved to add Dept. of Information Management in night school.
August
1994
Approved to add Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management, two-year night school.
August
1998
Approved to establish Dept. of Applied Foreign Languages, five-year day school.
August
1999
Approved by Ministry of Education to be restructured as “Chienkuo Institute of Technology” and enroll students of Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, and Dept. of Electronic Engineering, day and nigh school. Dept. of Applied Foreign Languages in the division of continuing education was also established. Besides, in two-year program, the students of Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Dept. of Electronic Engineering were enrolled by the approval of the establishment of two-year institute of continuing education.
August
2000
Approved to enroll the students of Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Dept. of Information Management in the institute of continuing education. Besides, we were approved to set up Department of Industrial Engineering & Management, Department of Information Management, and Department of Applied Foreign Languages in the Institute of Continuing Education.
August
2001
Approved to set up six departments in four-year day school: Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, and Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management, Dept. of Information Management and Dept. of International Business Administration. In Division of Continuing Education, part-time students in Dept. of Mechanical Engineering were enrolled. One class was set up in Dept. of Electrical Engineering, and Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management and Dept. of International Business Administration respectively; two classes were set up in Dept. of Information Management. Besides, Dept. of Electronic Engineering was set in Institute of Continuing Education.
August
2002
Approved to set up Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of Automation Engineering, and Dept. of Computer and Communication Engineering. Besides, Institute of Continuing Education set up Dept. of International Business Administration, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Dept. of Applied Foreign Languages and Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management.
August
2003
Approved to set up Dept. of Spatial Design and Dept. of Kinesiology Health Leisure Studies in four-year day school as well as Dept. of Commercial Design (two-year junior college and institute) and Dept. of Beauty Science (two-year junior college) in Division of Continuing Education. Dept. of Commercial Design (two-year junior college) was set up in Institute of Continuing Education.
August
2004
Approved by Ministry of Education to change the school name as “Chienkuo Technology University”. In Dept. of Beauty Science, four-year program in day school and two-year program in Division of Continuing Education were established.
August
2005
Approved to set up and enroll the graduate students in Dept. of Electronic Engineering. Besides, graduate program was also offered since 2006 and was named as Graduate Institute of Manufacturing Technology.
August
2007
Approved to set up and enroll the graduate students in Dept. of Electronic Engineering.