Originally established as the Department of Information Technology, we became the Department of Applied Informatics and Multimedia in 2013, in response to the government’s drive to develop the digital content industry in Taiwan. We focus on cooperation between industry and academia, with industry collaborations emphasizing the development of creative game planning, the production of game animations, applications for mobile devices, and the cultivation of talent.
Students graduating from our program will have received thorough training in the following fields:
Our department places heavy emphasis on learning by doing. In response to changes in industry structure and future trends, we supplement training in the technical skills required for the industry with practical working experience, and strive to develop the creative thinking necessary for success in the digital technology industry. Theory and practice are equally emphasized in the curriculum, in order to cultivate students with creativity and specialist skills. We also focus on team communication and collaboration, and provide frequent opportunities for students to cultivate these abilities and apply them in the discovery, analysis, and solving of problems.
The main areas of curriculum focus are as follows:
Students of the Department of Applied Informatics and Multimedia won 2nd prize in the 2013 Chien Kuo Cup Universities Innovation Competition
Senior students Hsieh Meng-Ting, Chen Chang-ji, Chang Zhe-Rong and Wang Hong-Chi, prize winners at the 2013 Applied Information Service Competition
An expert from industry co-teaching a class
Teachers visiting students on internships in companies within the Kaohsiung Software Park
Teachers visiting students on internships at H.C. Studios
Students and teachers visiting Kaohsiung City Information Service Application Association
Students doing internships at Hong Tai Information Technology Company
Student Association activity for new students
Student Association activity for new students - 2
Department Classroom Q111-2