Tatung Institute of Commerce and Technology

Tatung Institute of Technology (TTC; Chinese: 大同技術學院; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tāi-tông Ki-su̍t Ha̍k-īⁿ) is an educational institution based in East District, Chiayi City, Taiwan. It has five new departments: Finance, Food and Beverage Management, Early Childhood Care and Education, Multimedia Design, and Leisure Recreation and Tourism Management, with a total of ten academic departments.

Tatung Institute of Technology
Other name
Established1963 (as Tatung Junior College of Commerce)
2003 (as Tatung Institute of Technology)[1]
PresidentWu Po-hsuan (acting)
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Tatung Institute of Commerce and Technology
Traditional Chinese大同技術學院
Simplified Chinese大同技术学院
Chiayi Campus, Tatung Institute of Technology
Taibao Campus, Tatung Institute of Technology


The school was officially founded as Tatung Junior College of Commerce in 1963 and upgraded as Tatung Institute of Technology in 2003. A two-year Continuing Education Junior College was established in 1999, and four years later another campus was built in Taibau. In 2020, the university had an enrollment rate of less than 60%.[2]

Tea Culture and Department of Business ManagementEdit

The Tea Culture and Department of Business Management (茶文化與事業經營學位學程 (系)) has curriculum tailored to specialize in the study of the tea industry like Tea Production and Processing, Market Prospection and Marketing, Tea Culture, and Tourism Management.

The department was founded in 2011. Courses are taught in Chinese with a global perspective and the teaching of English tea terminology. The college provides education in tea science and cultivation, tea arts and culture, tea drinking promotion, as well as preparing people in the field of tea marketing. It is the first college in Taiwan to have specialized curriculum in tea studies.[3]

Professional fields of studyEdit

  • Tea production and processing technology
  • Marketing and market development
  • Tea culture
  • Tourism management

See alsoEdit


  2. ^ "12 universities in Taiwan suffer enrollment rate lower than 60 percent". Taiwan News. 30 December 2020. Retrieved 21 February 2022.
  3. ^ "〈中部〉大同學院茶學程 招生不如預期".

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