Dean : Dr. Mark Chu S.J.

Tel : ( 02 ) 2906 - 7986
Fax : ( 02 ) 2908 - 6227

Department of Public Health

Department of Mental Rehabilitation

Department of Nursing

Introduction to the
College of Medicine

Established in 1990, the College of Medicine now comprises three departments: Public Health (1990), Nursing(1990 ), and Mental Rehabilitation(1993).

The college building, completed in 1992, is a seven-story modern facility equipped with quality research laboratories and contemporarily well suited for classroom teaching.

As a Catholic Medical College, our curriculum design gives priority to courses in Humanities. Emphasis is also placed on the learning and pursuing of ethical and moral standards. Thus, as participants of a healing team, it is hoped that graduates will practice their profession in a manner consistent with principles of humanism and Christian love.


Department of Public Health

Chair : Dr. Wang Jinn-Shyan
Tel : ( 02 ) 2903 - 3403

The department seeks to provide numerous opportunities to prepare graduates for a professional career in public health. The goal of the undergraduate curriculum strives to give students a thorough training in the fundamentals of public health science, including the areas of epidemiology, hospital management, health administration and environmental science and medicine. Coursework , including classroom lectures and laboratory sessions, is designed to train future experts in public health and address the problems of public health needs. In order to receive the degree of Bachelor of Science in Public Health, students are required to complete at least 140 credits.

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Department of Mental Rehabilitation

Chair : Prof. Mark Chu S. J.
Tel : ( 02 ) 2903 - 1111 ext . 3401
( 02 ) 2906 - 7986

Fax : ( 02 ) 2904 - 3087

Fu Jen University's program in mental rehabilitation is the first of its kind in the Republic of China. Established in 1993, the program combines courses in liberal education with basic preparations for the understanding, treatment, and rehabilitation of mental illness.

The curriculum is designed to provide students with a strong background in the contents of psychology, and theories and techniques of psychotherapy. Field practice is an integral part of the education program as a whole, for it provides opportunities to apply classroom theory.

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Department of Nursing

Chair : Ti-Ru Chiu
Tel : ( 02 ) 2908 - 6228

The Department of Nursing offers a program of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The program combines liberal education with basic preparation in professional nursing. The curriculum designed for the freshman and sophomore years includes physical sciences, humanities, and socio-psychology that provide a sound foundation for nursing courses in the junior and senior years. We believe baccalaureate education for nurses is both essential to prepare the individual for basic professional nursing practice and for continuous personal and educational growth.

The Department of Nursing also has a two year program leading to a BS degree for the registered nurses. The initiation of this program came from the same conviction that professional nursing education should be in the university setting.

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