本系特色

華語文學系以中國文史哲思為本,語言學為基礎、語言教學為用,培養學生專業素養與獨立思辨能力。課程對應「多元語文」、「文學欣賞與創作」、「歷史思維」、「理解社會變遷」四大核心能力。師資中外兼備,半數以上具海外留學、教學或生活經驗,以親身經歷傳遞異國教育、生活及文化經驗。

 

因應政府新南向政策,系上也開設東南亞語文相關課程,介紹文學、服飾、飲食、宗教、音樂、舞蹈、戲劇、建築及禮俗等。相關外語課程包括越南語、馬來語和緬甸語。在華文系的課堂中,除了經典中國語文與哲思課程,也能學到金門學,更能親身體驗馬來播棋(Congkak)和巴迪衫(batik)。印尼手工編織包、越南咖啡這些各國特色物產,更是經常出現在系上,打開同學異國文化的視野。

 

隨著數位發展之需,本系除開設選修課程以強化學生數位能力之外,更經常辦理數位技能精進講座或工作坊。因應此項趨勢,系上持續添購磨課師專用攝影及剪接配備。系上休憩及研讀空間,除了現有系中庭,逐漸擴充到系圖書室。閱覽和討論空間便於同儕利用於討論或交流,有助於同儕感情培養與學問之提昇。

 

華文系提供多元實習。除與出版社、文化機構合作,搭配校內華語文中心,學生也有機會參與華教實習或遴選為華語儲備教師。暑假另有海外實習,學生有機會申請赴越南、緬甸、印尼或加拿大之大學或機構教授華語文,實踐專長並體驗海外生活,同時扮演傳遞文化之親善大使。海外實習有教育部「學海築夢」計畫之補助。

 

學生畢業後可投入海內外華語文教學,或擔任教材編輯人員、補教機構老師、媒體企劃、文案撰稿、語言學習顧問、文史領域老師、文史事業推廣人員、文化藝術事業人員等相關工作。

The Department of Chinese Studies focuses on Chinese literature, history and philosophy as well as linguistics and language teaching to cultivate students’ professionalism and independent thinking. Our courses correspond to the four core competencies of "multilingualism", "literary appreciation and creation", "historical thinking" and "understanding social changes". Our instructors came from both Taiwan and abroad. More than half of our instructors have studied, taught, or lived overseas, which allows them to share their own international education, life, and cultural experiences with our students.
 
In response to the New Southbound Policy, the department also offers courses of Southeast Asian languages. Through these courses, students are introduced to the literature, clothing, food, religion, music, dance, drama, architecture, and etiquette of Southeast Asia. Relevant world language courses include Vietnamese, Malay and Burmese. Classic Chinese language and philosophy courses are provided in addition to Kinmen Studies. Opportunities to experience Malay Congkak and Batik are also available. To widen students’ perspectives on global cultures, products such as Indonesia's hand-woven bags and Vietnamese coffee often appear inside and out of the classroom.
 
With the increased global demand for digital development, our teachers are looking for ways to strengthen the students’ digital abilities. Lectures and workshops on digital skills improvement are held for our students during the semester. In response to this trend, the department has bought digital equipment for photography and editing. Our department offers spaces to facilitate casual conversations, study groups and individual learning. These spaces include the department atrium, a study lounge and a department library.
 
The Chinese Department provides a wide variety of internships to encourage students to be part of the wider community. Local internship locations include publishing houses, cultural institutions, and the on-campus Chinese Language Center. Interested individuals can participate in Chinese teaching internships and as reserve teachers. There are also internships abroad, giving students the opportunity to teach in China, Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia, and Canada. These opportunities help our students broaden global perspectives while also providing them with the chance to act as cultural ambassadors. Overseas internships are mostly subsidized by the Ministry of Education’s “Build Your Dreams Overseas” Study Abroad program.
 
Students in our program have a variety of future career options available to them. Graduates from our program have gone on to work as Chinese language teachers in Taiwan and abroad, textbook editors, private tutors, media planners, copywriters, and language learning consultants. Others have gone on to work as literature and history teachers or employees at cultural, historical, and artistic institutions.