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Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Communications Technology

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Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Communicaitons Technology

https://cict.ntue.edu.tw/

About the Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Communications Technology

The Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Communications Technology was established on August 2012 by integration of two formerly independent institutes—the Graduate School of Curriculum and Instruction (established in 1996) and the Graduate School of Educational Communications and Technology (established in 2000).p>

Our Graduate School provide five programs, including Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction, M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction, M.A. in Educational Communications and Technology, and two Evening M.A. programs, one in Curriculum and Instruction, and the other in Educational Communications and Technology.

Grounded in plural and interdisciplianry foundations, the Graduate School integrates the three major areas—curriculum, instruction, and communications technology—for preparing students with the depth and breadth of knowledge of technology and humanities.

Specifically we strive to develop students’ professional expertise in curriculum development and instructional design, methods of instruction and assessment, and instructional technology. Besides having made great impact on academics, teacher education, and educational policy, the Graduate School has created innovative thinking and approaches in industry-university collaboration.

Mission

At the Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Communications Technology, we focus on students’ professional developments for both academic success and social practice, and offer interdisciplinary courses that encourage creative learning and sharing, and cultivate competencies for work and life.

We strive to nurture and produce humanistic professionals in education and technology who will contribute to the fields of education, school, public service, and commerce and industry.

Vision

At the Graduate School of Curriculum and Instructional Commuinications Technology, our faculty with professional expertise, ourstanding academic performance, and rich experience in industy-university collaboration are dedicated to offer good training to our students with diverse backgrounds and interests to be active learners. We are a passionate and vibrant group of faculty and students who represent a vital force in teaching, research, and social service and practice. In response to dramatic social, cultural, and economic changes, we will maintain our visionary thinking, take advantage of interdisciplinary integration, and contiue our dedication to preparing professionals for the fields of education and technology.

Career Opportunities

Career options for our graduates are diverse. Graduates with a Ph.D degree pursue a research job or faculty position in the areas of curriculum and instruction, educational technology, digital learning, or educational evaluation and measurement in research institutes or universities. Graduates with a Master’s degree work as a researcher in public or private educational research center, as a teacher in elementary or secondary school, as an information systems specialist, as a designer of learning materials, or a human resource trainer in a corporation.