Nanhua University

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Nanhua University
Motto 慧道中流[1]
Motto in English
Wisdom, Means, Middle Way[1]
Type Private
Established 1996
President Tsong-Ming Lin (林聰明)[2]
Academic staff
219 (full time)
Undergraduates 4086 (2014)
Postgraduates 1195 (2014)
Location Dalin Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan
Campus Rural,
69.79 ha
NanHua University
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

Nanhua University (NHU; Chinese: 南華大學) is a university located in Dalin Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan. Founded in 1996 as the Nanhua College of Management, it was elevated to university status in 1999. The university was founded by the Buddhist monk Hsing Yun of Fo Guang Shan. It is adjacent to National Chung Cheng University.

Administrative units[edit]

Academic Student General OACC OICA
Registration and Course Services Group Life Services Group Services Group Admissions Centre Chinese center
Test Services Group Extracurricular Activities Section Construction and Maintenance Group Career Development Center Overseas Student Group
Editing and Publishing Group Health Care Group Storage group Internship LES Cooperation and exchange group
Training and Promotion Centre Student Counseling Center Cashier group
Service Learning Group Central Security Group
Military Training Room
Personnel Office Accounting Office Office of the Secretary Library Computer Center
Service Group Accounting Group Secretary of the group Digital Support Group Systems Development Group
Administration Section Budget Group Public Relations Cataloguing interview Network systems group
Correspondence Group Reader Service Group Administrative Support Unit

Teaching units[edit]

  • College of Management
    • Department of Business Administration (Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral Programs in Management Sciences)
    • Department of Nonprofit Organization Management (Master Program)
    • Department of Finance (Bachelor and Master Programs in Financial Management)
    • Department of Cultural & Creative Enterprise Management (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Master Program in Leisure and Environment Management
    • Department of Tourism Management (Bachelor Program and Master Program in Tourism Management)
    • The Department of Accounting & information Sciences
  • College of Humanities
    • Department of Life-and-Death Studies (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Department of Literature (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Department of Early Childhood Education (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Graduate Institute of Religious Studies
    • Department of Foreign Languages and Literature (Bachelor Program)
  • College of Social Sciences
    • Department of Communication (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Graduate Institute of European Studies (Master Program)
    • Department of Applied Sociology (Bachelor and Master Programs in Sociology; Master Program in Sociology of Education)
    • Department of International and China Studies (Bachelor Program, Master Program in Asia-Pacific Studies, Master Program in Public Policy Studies)
  • College of Arts
    • Department of Visual and Media Arts (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Department of Architecture and Landscape Design, Master Program in Environmental Arts (Master Program)
    • Department of Creative Product Design (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
    • Art Culture Research Center
    • Department of Ethnomusicology (Ethnomusicology Group, National Country Music Group) (Bachelor Program, Master Program)
  • College of Science and Technology
    • Department of Information Management (Bachelor Program)
    • Department of Electronic Commerce Management (Bachelor Program)
    • Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (Bachelor Program)
    • Graduate Institute of Natural Healing Sciences (Master Program)
    • Department of Natural Biotechnology (Bachelor Program)
  • Center for General Education

Exchange Institutions[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Motto". NHU. Retrieved 2014-10-31. 
  2. ^ "President". NHU. Retrieved 2014-11-03. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 23°34′09″N 120°29′39″E / 23.5693°N 120.4941°E / 23.5693; 120.4941