The goal of Soochow’s School of Extension Education is to serve society by providing instruction to all those who want to acquire academic learning or professional skills. A variety of in-depth courses are offered to provide a channel for the general public interested in continuing education. The design of the curriculum puts equal emphasis on theory and practice. There are two major categories: credit classes and non-credit classes.
Classes and curriculum content are as follows:
Practical courses in Japanese, English, German, French, Spanish, Electronic Commerce Management ,and Business Administration, using the University’s teaching resources and facilities to make it possible for the public to learn a second expertise or profession.
Physical education, cultural activities ,and overseas study tours, whereby to break the confines of customary learning, walk out of the classroom and learn from direct experience in life.
Professional training programs of continuing education under the authorization of, or being commissioned by, government organizations or public or private institutions. For example, the Civil Service Development Center commissioned the School of Extension Education with the tasks of setting up Japanese, English and German classes for civil servants; the School is holding Japanese and English classes in cooperation with the Taipei City Training Center.The National Youth Commission entrusted the School with con ducting Computer Programming , English and Financial Management classes; the Employment and Vocational Training Administration of the Council of Labor Affairs asked the School to conduct training classes for information software professionals.
Other professional courses, including credit-earning Bachelor’s and Master’s courses and long-distance education classes; credit-earning classes to learn a second expertise; vocational academic aptitude authentication credit courses for secondary school teachers to participate in continuing education and for citizens with low level of education, but who have certificate for having acquired some specific skills, to earn a junior college level academic status.
Chengchong Campus Address：No.56, Sec. 1, Guiyang St., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100 Fifth building, Extension Education Office (1F)
Service Hours：Monday-Friday 8:30~19:00 (No lunch break) Saturday 9:00~14:00
Waishuangxi Campus：No.70, Linxi Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei City 111, Taiwan, Second Teaching Building Room,D0101-1
Phone：02-28819471 Ext 5731~5734
Service Hours：Monday-Friday 15:40~19:00 Saturday 08:40~12:30
Director and Prospects
Office Term：August, 2010
PhD in Business Administration, Cleveland State University
Master in Computer Science, Case Western Reserve University
Major Experiences: Director of Extension Education at SCU
Director of Computer center, SCU
Director of Business Administration Department
Full time professor of business administration
To fulfill the diverse needs of learning
To improve the individual full-range competitiveness
Innovation, Concentration, Service
Action Direction and Measurement ：
Deepen Customer Relationship
Analyze need trend to distinguish different target group; this could effectively grasp the marketing channel.
Concentrate advantaged course.
Continue the advantage courses marketing promotion to develop a lifetime learning market.
Build brand reputation Provide excellent teaching service quality to satisfy SCU students so that students could identify with SCU.
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