Education in the College - 
Education in the College of Humanities aims to combine arts education and the latest information trends, together with daily life aesthetics, while maintaining a balance between local and international humanities and arts education.

Our college acts as an integrated platform for artistic creation and research, and supplies teaching resources to the four professional art colleges. Theory courses emphasize both qualitative and quantitative research which helps bridge the gap between the practice of art and art theory.

Our college also has a Writer-in-Residence program.

The College of Humanities has two graduate schools:
Graduate School of Art Management and Culture Policy  (AMCP)
Graduate School of Arts and Humanities Instruction (AHI)