Industrial Internship Courses

Industrial internship topics

A2560 Subject of Knowledge Management and Technology Application (0/2)

This course is to describe the theoretical knowledge management and technology related to the operation of the way the application process, and will introduce the relevant domestic and international cases.

A2591 Special Topics on Global Marketing of Cultural and Creative (2/0)

This is the basic program for Cultural-Creative industry, and the program to find your position in the industry.
The class will help students to find their uniqueness and creativity, to comprehend the value of our culture.

The Field of skills internship

A2586 Practicum on Cultural and Creative Industries (2/0)

This course provides opportunities for students who wish to gain professional work experiences in various areas of the cultural and creative industry before graduation.

A1227 Chinese Editing and Interviewing (2/0)

This course is academic semester of elective courses, a total of two credits.Chinese Editing and Interviewing is a practical course that gives students accurate understanding of each media, introducing skills of editing and interviewing, and cultivating related skills so as to enhance the capability for future career.

A2538 Practicum of Digitization of History Data (2/0)

Through the implementation of history data digitalization project, to enable students to experience the work of history data digitalization, and to understand the role of cultural and creative industries.

A1727 Library Internship (I) (1/1)

This internship typically takes place in variety libraries around communities. The focus of the internship is on collaboration with teachers and working with students to integrate information skills and technology skills into a standard based curriculum and promote library literacy through School Library Programming.

A1728 Library Internship (II) (1/1)

Arrangement for students internship program in the different types of libraries and related organizations. The primary emphasis of this program for students will be on the practical works of the library operation.

A1418 Broadcasting Practicum (I) (1/1)

 

A1419 Broadcasting Practicum (II) (2/2)

 

A1963 Broadcasting Practicum (III) (1/1)

 

A2531 Television Practicum (I) (2/2)

The course is intended to offer students the opportunity to produce creative TV news and program. Students are taught to be responsible media professionals and are prepared to adjust to the changing electronic media environment.

A2532 Television Practicum (II) (2/2)

The course is intended to offer students the opportunity to produce creative TV news and program. Students are taught to be responsible media professionals and are prepared to adjust to the changing electronic media environment.

A0660 Newspaper Practicum (3/3)

This course introduces students to the schedule production of newspaper and online news.

A1780 Off-Campus Practicum in Media (2/0) 

Department of Mass Communication
This course provides opportunities for students who expect to gain work experiences in various areas of the communication industry.

A2259 Practicum of Creative Digital Media (I) (2/0)

By undertaking internal and external digital media design-related projects and  participation in competitions, students will derive practical experience and teamwork abilities.

A2260 Practicum of Creative Digital Media (II) (0/2)

By undertaking internal and external digital media design-related projects and  participation in competitions, students will derive practical experience and teamwork abilities.

A2679 Practicum of Creative Digital Media (III) (1/0)

By undertaking internal and external digital media design-related projects and  participation in competitions, students will derive practical experience and teamwork abilities.

A2680 Practicum of Creative Digital Media (IV) (0/1)

By undertaking internal and external digital media design-related projects and  participation in competitions, students will derive practical experience and teamwork abilities.

A1780 Off-Campus Practicum in Media (0/2) 

Department of Information and Communication
This course provides opportunities for students who wish to gain professional work experiences in various areas of the information and communication industry before graduation.