As of the 2016-17 academic year, 25 undergraduate, 21 masters’ and 1 doctoral program are being offered through the 7 Schools operating on Taoyuan Campus. Approximately 11,500 students are divided into 240 class sections over the whole campus (including graduate cohorts).
School of Design
Five departments, each with a graduate program are in School of Design, including Commercial Design Department, Product Design Department, Architecture Department, Urban Planning and Disaster Management, and Digital Media Design Department.
School of Education and Applied Languages
Four departments, the former three with graduate programs, and the independent Graduate School of Education are in the School of Education and Applied Languages as follows: Applied Chinese Department, Applied English Department, Applied Japanese Department, and Teaching Chinese as a Second Language Department. The Applied Chinese Department also offers a doctoral program.
School of Tourism
The School of Tourism has three departments and one graduate program: Tourism Department with master’s program, Leisure and Recreation Administration Department, and Hospitality Management Department.
School of Information Technology
Five departments, each with a master’s program, comprise the School of Information Technology. Those are: Information Management Department, Computer and Communications Engineering Department, Computer Science and Information Engineering Department, Electronic Engineering Department, and Information and Telecommunication Engineering Department.
School of Health Technology
The School of Health Technology includes Biotechnology Department with master’s program, Healthcare Information and Management Department with master’s program in Healthcare Organization Management, and Biomedical Engineering Department.
School of Social Sciences
Five departments, each with a graduate program, comprise the School of Social Sciences on the Taoyuan campus. These include the Public Affairs Department, Counseling and Industrial/Organizational Psychology Department, Security Management and Social Work Department (New Name: Criminal Justice Department, started from August 1, 2017) , Applied Statistics and Information Science Department, and Economics and Banking Department.
Last but not least, International College programs on Taoyuan Campus include: Master’s and bachelor’s programs in International Affairs and Diplomacy, as well as undergraduate programs in both Travel and Tourism and Applied Computing.
At present, there are sixteen buildings on campus, including Design Building, Tourism and Languages Building, Library and Administration Building, Gymnasium, Gymnasium II, Information Building, Social Sciences Building II, Technology Building, Social Sciences Building, Comprehensive Teaching Building, Comprehensive Teaching Building II , Second Food Service Facility, Student Dormitories I, II and III, and International Dormitory. The Teaching Hotel, Arts Center and Leisure Area are in Dormitory III. The stadium, with a four-hundred meter track, was completed for use in 2001. In September 2005, after Gymnasium II was finished in Chengkung area, the space for students’ activities has been further expanded.
Design Building (M Building)
The Design Building primarily houses the School of Design, with professional classrooms, studios and offices for every department and the Practice Factory. The Information and Network Section, a Multimedia Classroom and Professional Computer Classrooms are also in this building.
Tourism Languages Building (P Building)
Tourism and Languages Building houses the School of Applied Languages and School of Tourism. Culture Classroom established by every department of the School of Applied Languages are acclaimed by all visitors to campus. The Hospitality Laboratory, Hospitality Professional Classroom, Travel and Tourism Information Center and Teaching Travel Agency provide chances for students to practice what they’re learning. Fifth floor is home to the Teacher Education and Teaching Resources Division.
Social Sciences Building II (S Building)
In the Social Sciences Building II, the School of Information and Economics and Banking Department and Applied Statistics and Information Science Department are lodged. Advanced computer, communications and networking facilities for students meet learning and research needs.
Technology Building (AA Building)
The Technology Building houses the Biotechnology Department, Electronic Engineering Department, Information and Telecommunication Department, Healthcare Information and Management Department and English Language Center. It is equipped with professional network, communication, electronics, biotechnology and chemical laboratories for learning and research. By practicing in professional laboratories, students gain skills, reinforcing what they have learned.
Social Sources Building (BB Building)
The Social Sciences Building is home to Chengkung Campus Administration Section, Public Affairs Department, Educational Psychology and Counseling Department, and the masters’ programs in Security Management and Social Work Dapartment (New Name: Criminal Justice Department, started from August 1, 2017). Facilities provided there include a Psychology Laboratory, Observation Room, Private Counseling Office and Mock Council Meeting Room for faculty and students to use.
Comprehensive Teaching Building (CC Building)
Of the seven floors in the Comprehensive Teaching Building, the first and second are for the School of Design to display their works, and serve as their workrooms. There are 23 classrooms from 3F to 7F for classes to be conducted in. Teaching and Learning Resources Center was transferred from International Dormitory (FF204) to Comprehensive Teaching Building (CC Building) on January 2014.
Comprehensive Teaching Building II (EE Building)
The Comprehensive Teaching Building II has 10 levels, two underground and eight above. The Building is dedicated for teaching only. It consists of 51classrooms and 1 meeting room.
Dormitory I, II and III
Student Dormitory I, II and III were set up in 1994, 1996 and 2001, respectively, including double suites, suites for four students and rooms for six students. Adding the off-campus dormitory facilities managed by the university, 1434 beds are available at present. Four dormitory superintendents (two male and two female) look after students living in these facilities.
Library (Q Building)
The Library Building has 7 floors and a basement. The first floor serves as the administrative hub of the campus. Floors 2 to 4 house the library. Also, there are faculty research rooms on the fifth and sixth floors. The basement is used as indoor parking area for faculty.
In the Gymnasium, the first floor an assembly hall, with the seating extending into the second floor. The perimeter of the building houses student clubs’ offices. The 3F is an indoor gymnasium. On the fourth floor, are the Physical Education Office and Virtual Studio, as well as multi-function classrooms and meeting rooms for student clubs.
Gymnasium II, in Chengkung area, has 3 floors and a basement. The first floor serves as an auditorium and multi-function gymnasium. Seating extends into the second floor. Some student club offices are also housed here. The third floor is set up with the Physical Education Office, Dance Classroom and Central Control Room; the basement houses the lavatories. Furthermore, there is in-line skating court on the roof to provide students with more activity space.
International Dormitory and Conference Hall (FF Building)
International Dormitory and Conference Hall (FF Building) was opened for use in July 2007. Second floor is home to International College, Graduate School of International Affairs, Public and International Affairs Division.