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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 296/03 - Postgrade at Chines Culture University
Fecha:Domingo, 21 de Diciembre, 2003  01:09:19 (-0300)
Autor:Humboldt <humboldt>

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CeHuNews 296/03

History of the Department

The Department of Urban Affairs was established in the Autumn of 1965, and it was the first program for studies in Urban Affairs in Taiwan. The goal of the department lies in cultivating capable individuals in the theories and practices of urban affairs to meet the needs of our country. [Urban Affairs and Environmental Planning] is our new name from 1998. The graduate school of Urban Affairs & Environmental Planning will set up in 2001.

Development Objectives

1. Teaching Objectives:
To trained talented individuals, who understands theories of local self-government and urban construction in urban administration management and urban planning.

2. Teaching Characteristics:
To research urban environmental change and evolution, and educate professionals in urban planning, administration, and management.

Mid/Long Term Development Plan

  • Establish the Graduate School of Urban Affairs
  • Increase the number of classes
  • Establish a Scholar Foundation
  • Hold an Urban Affairs Seminar for the 30th Anniversary

Student Activities: Students in the department may participate in various student club activities, and those within the department, such as:
A. The Urban Affairs Society: As the only department of urban affairs in Universities in Taiwan, the department establishes a unique way to assist students in understanding the operation of urban affairs: the city government and the city council for the internship of the whole student body, the citizens.
B. The Urban Affairs Research Center and the Environmental Planning Research Institute: the department establish these two units to study the change and evolution of the urban environment, the development of urban construction, and the science of urban administration management. The two units also actively participate in public research and research projects relative to the urban environment.


  • University Entrance Examination: The department is classified into the first type of departments category, and subordinated to the very recently created science of environmental design.
  • Selecting Examination: A few excellent students can be admitted through the selecting examination.
  • Transfer Examination: The department receives sophomore and junior year transfer students.


Course title:Science of Urban Affairs, Code: 3053, Credit hours: 3, In class hours: 3
1.The fundamental concepts of urban Affairs, 2. The city and the residents, 3. Urban affairs organization, 4. Urban planning, design, operation and management, 5. Urban issues and policies, 6.Urban administration, 7. Urban society, 8.Urban finance and auditing, 9. Urban economy, 10. Urban education and culture, 11. Urban and environmental hygiene 12.Urban public safety
Instructor: Li Tang Chang
Course title: Cartography, Code: 3192, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Explain ways and instruments of architectural working drawings, 2. Develop students preliminary drawing concepts through project examples 3.Understand the structure, function and relationship of construction materials in actual working processes of building construction, 4. Practice through actual projects to reinforce architectural drawing concepts, 5. Present slides as supplementary illustrations.
Instructor: Ta Seng Huang


Course title:An Introduction to Environmental Studies, Code: 9621, Credit hours: 2, In class Hours: 2
1. An introduction to environmental studies, 2. Natural environment 3.Social environment ?human, culture, politics, and economy, 4. Environmental impact evaluation 5. Environmental protection law.
Instructor: Chin Han Lee


Course title: Environmental Ecology, Code: 2498, Credit hours:3, In class hours: 3
1.The analysis of environmental suitability, 2.The concept of environmental ecology, 3. Statistics and mathematical methodologies, 4. Multi-objective planning examples, 5. Issues of earth environment 6. The environmental adaptability of living creatures, 7. Hydraulic circulation.
Instructor: Chin Han Lee
Course title: The Science of Urban Planning,, Code: 2138, Credit hours: 3 In class hours: 3
This course teaches students how to create a comfortable living, working, transportation, and recreational space through appropriate planning in land use, transportation, and public infrastructures, 1. Theories in urban planning, 2. Land use plan, 3. Public infrastructure plan, 4. Transportation plan, 5. Neighborhood units, 6. Land use zoning ordinance, 7. Urban design, 8. Urban renewal, 9. Plans evaluation, 10. Master plans, 11. Regional planning, 12. Urban area planning, 13. Introduction to major urban plans.
Instructor: Ching Lin
Course title:Urban Planning Internship, Code: 7868, Credit hours: 3, In class hours: 6
The objective of the course lies in integrating theory and practice through discussion and actual project involvement to help students better understand the concepts of urban planning. 1. Introduction of foreign and domestic urban design and urban planning projects, 2. Urban planning internship and reports according to the class schedule, 3. Discussion of concepts gained in the class and advisement, 4. Evaluation of students achievement according to the reports, class attendance and participation.
Instructors: Cheng Hsing Ou, Wen Jui Cheng, and Cheng Han Chen
Course title:Land Use Planning, Code: 2642, Credit hours:2, In class hours: 2
In the first semester, this course focuses on the introduction of land use and land use planning theories, which includs planning process, information system, economic theories and methods, population predicting analysis, activity system, and space quality analysis. In the second semester, the course focuses on land use planning, and analytical methods and planning evaluation, which includes natural and physical environmental survey, analysis, and prediction; planning issues, objectives analysis and establishment of planning principles.
Instructors: Hsien Ming Chen
Course title:Comparative Local Government, Code: 3054, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
This course compares the governmental development and evolution in the systems and types in England, United States, France, Japan, and the Republic of China. The course activities include group research, discussion, and panel discussion. Students' learning interests and achievements will be increased through active participation in course activities, and written research reports. Off campus activities include visits to city council and related administrative agencies. These visits allow students to understand the actual operation of local government and gain an integrated perspective from the course.
Instructor: Kuei May Huang
Course title:Computer and Data Processing, Code: 2018, Credit hours:2, In class hours:2
1. An introduction to the computer, 2. MS-DOS 3.Chinese System, 4. J S2 (PE2) word processing, 5. A brief introduction to computer viruses, 6. Lotus1, 7. DBASE III, 8. A brief introduction to MSWindows, 9. Course activities: lectures, practice, reports, and quizes
Instructor:Ju Sheng Hwang
Course title: Statistics, Code: 4009, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
This course focuses on the general collection, arrangement, and data analysis of statistics, and according to the information resulting from the analysis, to predict and infer unknown situations. According to this logical structure, the course includes two major areas(descriptive statistics and inferential statistics) and four units: data description and analysis, probability theory, estimation and hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation analysis. The first semester focuses on statistical data analysis and probability theory, which are the essence of descriptive statistics. The second semester focuses on probability theory and inferential statistics, including estimation, and hypothesis testing and linear regression and correlation analysis. Students will gain a comprehensive perspective on Statistics for practical use.
Instructor: Wen Yu Liang
Course title:Personnel Administration, Code: 3169, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
This course studies personnel administration related theories, practice, and regulations. In addition to understanding the domestic personnel regulation and actual operation, concept illumination and theories can help students grasp the essence and issues of personnel administration, understand personnel administration in our time in order to improve the content and quality of personnel administration.
Instructor: Shih Yu Hsu
Course title: Urban Renewal, Code: 3127, Credit hours:2, In class hours: 2
1. The purpose and meaning of urban renewal, 2. Urban renewal ordinance and setting evaluation standards, 3. The process of urban renewal, 4. Introduction of foreign and domestic urban renewal methods and examples, 5. Conclusion.
Instructor: Tien Pi Tsai
Course title: Urban Affairs Regulation, Code: 4882, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Theories of administrative regulation, 2. Administrative organization, 3. Administrative function, 4. Administrative process law, 5. Administrative dispute and litigation law.
Instructor: Chun Chen Chi
Course title: Urban Design in Practice, Code: 9758, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
This course is designed to help students understand urban design concepts, learn how to evaluate an urban design project, and discuss urban design related topics, such as historic site preservation, space and plaza design evaluation, and foreign projects overview. The issues of land use, environmental conditions, and social economy are also discussed. The course activities emphasize participation. Students give reports after group discussions, and the instructor gives immediate comments and feedback to help students gain a more comprehensive view.
Instructor: Ming Cheu Chen
Course title: Environment Planning, Code: 3197, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Environmental ecology and conservation, 2. Environmental ethics, 3. Environmental psychology (the relationship between man and the environment, 4. Environmental economy (the relationship between development and conservation,) 5. Environment quality, 6. Environmental planning in practice.
Instructors: Po Ya Chen
Course title: Urban Design, Code: 3126, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. An introduction to urban design, 2. Urban patterns before the industrial revolution, 3. Modern western urban design trends, 4. Urban space and patterns, 5. Forces affecting urban activities, 6. Urban design theories, 7. Urban design strategies and management regulations, 8. Modern new town planning rationales, 9. Urban renewal and redevelopment, 10. Urban design successive operation and management
Instructor: Ming Cheu Chen
Course title: Thesis Advisement, Code: 7743, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Selection of a thesis topic, 2. Drafting the thesis outline, 3. The methods and resources for thesis referential materials gathering, 4. Sorting out the data, 5. Arrangement of the bibliography and notes, 6. Differentiate main points and notes 7. Thesis writing practice, 8. Special topics discussion.
Instructor: Chin Han Lee
Course title: The Science of Administration, Code: 3016, Credit hours: 2, In class hours:2
1. The basic concept of the science of administration, 2.The analysis of administrative functions, 3. The traditional, amended, and integrated administrative science, 4. Organizational theories and objectives, 5. Organizational structure, 6. Organizational patterns, climate, operation, and development, 7. Non-formal organization, 8. Administrative leadership, 9. Administrative communication and coordination, 10 Human relations.
Instructor: Shih Yu Hsu
Course title: Constructional Regulation, Code: 2466, Credit hours: 2, Course Hours:2
1. An introduction to constructional regulation systems, 2. Regional planning law, 3. Urban planning law, 4. Architectural technique regulation, 5. Architecture law.
Instructors: Tien Pi Tsai
Course title: Research in Urban Policies, Code: 7455, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Essentials of urban policies, 2. Issues of urban policies, 3. Current urban issues in Taipei City, 4. The process of urban policy research, 5. The decision making of urban policies, 6. Urban policy drafting.
Instructor: Chung Chi Yu
Course title: Special Topics on Urban Issues, Code: 4174, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Essentials of urban issues, 2. Issues of the planning system, 3. Issues of the national land synthetic development plan, 4. Issues of regional planning, 5. Issues of county and city master planning, 6. Issues of urban area planning, 7. Issues of urban planning, 8. Issues of the agricultural village, 9. Issues of urban design, 10. Issues of new town and community development, 11. Issues of urban renewal, 12. Issues of land, 13. Issues of land market, 14. Issues of housing, 15. Issues of floor area ratio control, 16. Issues of urban transportation, 17 Issues of the development permit and land zoning control, 18. Other urban development issues.
Instructor: Po Ya Chen
Course title: Urban Design Internship, Code: 5672, Credit hours: 3, In class hours:6
Concerning the urban landscape, one needs to probe the issues of the urban environment and the problems generated. Furthermore, one needs to develop a comprehensive thinking towards the politics, economy, and culture from an urban design and environmental planning perspective.
Instructors: Jacquelin Fu, Tzu Kang Hsia, and Hao Te Huang
Course title: Non-urban Land Use Plan, Code: 4175, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
1. Regional planning law and the implementation regulation 2. Non-urban land use control regulation, 3. Formulate non urban land use zoning map and compile various land use operational information, 4. Non-urban land use zoning and land examination operations in Taiwan Province, 5. Main points for Taiwan Province non-urban land use change operations, 6. The architectural management rules (ordinances) for hillside development, 7.The treatment strategy of the amalgamated development for the national owned land within a hillside development area, 8. An introduction to land ownership records and the application process, 9. Farm land release proposals 10. Non urban land and hillside community development, 11. National land development plan.
Instructor: Chin Han Lee
Course title: Urban Housing and Architecture, Code: 3128, Credit hours: 2, Course Hours: 2
This course focuses on the housing and architectural issues raised by urbanization and the solutions to these issues, 1. The essentials of housing, 2. The change and evolution of domestic and foreign housing organizations, 3. Housing land systems, 4. Housing financing systems, 5. Housing supply and needs, 6. Housing environment, housing planning inquiries, and project analysis, 7. Site visits and analysis, 8. Future domestic housing development.
Instructor: Yu Jung Chien
Course title: Research Methodologies, Code: 0803, Credit hours: 2, In class hours:2
This course focuses on the techniques of paper and thesis writing, and inspires students with a logical thinking capacity and a scholastic research atmosphere, 1. The essentials for scholarly paper writing, 2. The nature and types of research, 3. Research topic selection 4. Research planning and design, 5. Research process and structure, 6. The establishment of theory and hypothesis, 7. Data collection and analysis, 8. Questionnaire design and survey, 9. The establishment of analytical structure
Instructor:Shih Yu Hsu
Course title: Regional Planning Internship, Code: 9759, Credit hours: 2, Course Hours: 2
This course introduces foreign and domestic regional development plan theories and origins through examples. It also discusses regional planning processes, regional physical planning contents, and case studies, 1. The physical planning system, 2. The planning and implementation examination of a regional plan. 3.The content of regional planning, 4.Public participation and the organization of regional planning agencies, 5.Regional planning law and regulation analysis, 6.Case studies, 7. The coordination relationship between national major construction plans and regional plans, 8. The policy direction of foreign and domestic regional plan development.
Instructors: Tsung Ming Chang and Po Ya Chen
Course title: Land Development, Code: 5235, Credit hours: 2, In class hours:2
This course introduces land development operational processes, and coordinates them with architectural, urban planning and land administration regulations, integrally studying general land development processes and operational methods. 1. The essentials of regulations and systems, 2. Computer calculation application, 3.Finance computing application, 4. Engineering appraisal, 5. Market Analysis, 6. Land ownership recording practice, 7. Land development project initiation and operation practice, 8. Land development operation process.
Instructor: Chin Han Lee
Course title: Urban Planning Theories and Practice, Code: 3056, Credit hours:2, In class hours: 2
Regional planning is a part of the physical planning system. This course focuses on studying foreign and domestic regional planning theories and actual operational processes. 1. Foreign and domestic space planning hierarchy, 2.The contents and types of regional planning, 3. Related regional planning theories and research areas, 4. The formulation process of regional planning, 5. Regional planning information system, 6. Regional planning regulations, 7. Regional planning approval system, 8. Regional planning case studies.
Instructor: Po Ya Chen
Course title: Public Policy, Code: 3089, Credit hours: 2, In class hours: 2
This course studies public policy related content and theories, focusing on the integration of public policy and the value of democracy. Through special topic discussions students will better understand the benefits and drawbacks of various policies in order to improve the quality of public policies