Chang Jung Christian University
Chang Jung Christian University (CJCU; Chinese: 長榮大學) is a privately funded, research-intensive, Presbyterian, co-educational university located in Gueiren District, Tainan, Taiwan. Chang Jung means everlasting glory in Mandarin.
Main Campus: 60 ha (146 acres)
|Affiliations||Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia, United Board|
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The university was founded in 1993.
Chang Jung Christian University (CJCU) is a private university located in southern Taiwan. In association with the Presbyterian beliefs, CJCU is committed in developing the God-given gifts and abilities of each student with love, respect, and service. Even though the university was founded in 1993, our vision began more than a hundred years ago, in 1885, with the founding of the first Western-methodology high school in Taiwan, Chang Jung Senior High School.
There are currently 54 bachelors programs, 17 masters programs, and 1 doctoral program.
A president heads the university, which is divided into the following colleges:
- College of Management
- College of Health Science
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences
- School of Information and Design
- School of Theology
- College of Continuing Education
- International College of Practice and Education for the Environment
- School of Safety and Health Sciences
- College of Fine Arts
- School of Liberal Arts Education
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