The Academic Affairs Office is responsible for developing a high-quality educational environment via the creation of an administrative system that will facilitate teaching and learning on campus.
The Academic Affairs Office includes one Secretary and four divisions: the Registrar Division; the Curriculum Division; the Teaching & Learning Resource Center; and the Admissions Division.
Academic Affairs Office
The Curriculum Division is in charge of curriculum administration, course arrangement, printing of mid-term and final exams and supervising the Curriculum Committee, the Committee for General Education, the University Course Evaluation Committee, the University Academic Development Committee, and the Editorial Board.
The Admission Division is mainly in charge of matters concerning entrance tests, the promotion of admissions, admission website maintenance, etc.
The Registrar Division is mainly responsible for the maintenance of academic records, recording of grades, course registration and other matters related the academic affairs of students.
The Teaching & Learning Resource and Development Center is responsible for promoting teaching innovation and effectiveness. To accomplish this mission, the center provides the best support of teaching and learning to enhance the teaching quality across the campus.
Based on recognition of the role of education in contributing to national economic development and social stability, the curriculum arrangement aims at connecting higher education and occupational education. Our objective is to educate more high-tech personnel, improve the quality of specialists and upgrade technological education. Moreover, through the courses offered at the university, students can develop both their specialized knowledge and their sense of humanity.
The curriculum committees of departments, schools and the university evaluate all proposed curricula to ensure that they meet the unique requirements of each department, as well as those of the business world. The specialized knowledge that the curricula emphasize is highly practical, which helps students study successfully in their specific fields.
The following curricula of each department are approved by the curriculum committees: General Education, Extension General Education (Natural Sciences, Life Sciences, Humanities, Social Science) required specialist courses, and elective specialist courses.
All applicants must have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Taiwan or from an equivalent international institution. Applicants must provide scores for the entrance examination to enter their desired program. Each applicant can only apply to one program at Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science.
A master's degree is granted upon the satisfactory completion of a planned curriculum of 24 credits and 6 credits for the thesis. Candidates must finish the curriculum within 4 years.
All applicants must have a diploma from an accredited vocational high school, or senior high school, or an equivalent qualification. Applicants must provide scores from the entrance Examination to enter the desired program.
A bachelor's degree is granted upon the satisfactory completion of a planned curriculum of 130 credits including Physical Education and Military Training. Department of Pharmacy candidates must complete a planned curriculum of 153 credits. The duration of study is approximately 4 years. When needed, candidates are allowed two additional years to finish incomplete studies.
All applicants must have a diploma from an accredited junior college, the equivalent qualification from an international junior college, a certificate of the Higher Civil Service Examination, B-type Special Civil Service Examination, B-type Special Civil Service Examination, or an equivalent qualification. Applicants must provide scores, for the entrance examination to enter the desired program.
The Bachelor's degree is granted upon the satisfactory completion of a planned curriculum of 72 credits including Physical Education. The duration of study is approximately 2 years. When needed, candidates are allowed two additional years to finish incomplete studies.
Dr. Yang, Chau-Chen
Professor, Department of Cosmetic Science
Tel: +886-6-2664911 Ext.1110