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全球的華文熱正以燎原之姿在各處延燒,將華語文的地位推向高峰,成為一個強勢語種。在這個浪潮的推波助瀾下,文藻應用華語文系因應誕生了。從2002年成系以來,做為全國第一個成立的應用華語文系,我們的課程設計具有指標性的意義,以傳統中文與外語能力的訓練為基礎,更強調華語的應用性,正是本系的特色。

 
  
一、應用華語文系教育目標
 
  文藻應用華語文系與傳統中文系的差別,到底在哪裡?
 
  文藻應用華語文系以「應用」為核心,乃是以深厚的文化涵養為基礎,而將視野投注於外在世界,側重於實體世界的實踐與應用。二十一世紀為華語文的世界,華語文教學、中華文化創意與中文創作正是當今世界的潮流與焦點。面對此一時代變化,文藻應華系一方面重視傳統文化的陶冶,以厚實學生的中文能力與文化根基,這一點與傳統中文系的人才養成相似;而另一方面,本系針對時代所向,特重華語文應用與教學的實務理論與訓練,要求本系學生能符合時代所需,具備華語文教學、中華文化創意產業與中文創作的能力,此點與傳統中文系的訓練不同。由於傳統中文系不全以實用性為導向,其已無法積極因應現實世界與職場的快速變化與需求,而應用華語文系正可補其不足,而為時勢所趨。
   
  除此之外,文藻做為國內唯一的外語大學,有英、法、德、西、日文等六大外國語科系及韓、越、馬來、泰、印尼語等多國語課程。豐富的外語課程教學、學習情境以及國際性交流的經驗視野都是國內首屈一指。外語學習資源的充沛與國際交流的頻繁,為文藻應華系同學提供了廣濶良好的語言學習資源與情境。不論是傳統中文系或是他校的應用華語文系,雙語並重的訓練並不多見。而就國際往來密切的今日而言,華語文的教學與應用及中華文化的創意發展要走向世界,外語能力的養成與國際交流極為必要。文藻應用華語文系以傳統文化涵養為根基,又兼具外語溝通能力優勢,華語文的教學與中國語文的應用也就無往不利,足以立足臺灣、放眼國際了。
  
  因此,文化涵養與華語文應用二者兼顧,並具備多種外語溝通能力的優勢,培育符合現代社會需要的複合型華語人才即為本系的特色與精神,由此本系的三大教育目標為:   
     (一)以文化涵養為根基,具備華語文專業知識並通曉中華文化。
  (二)關注時代發展,因應實務需要,具備華語應用與教學之專業能力。
  (三)面向世界,具有多國語能力及國際性視野,能擔任文化傳播及國際交流之工作。
   
    三大教育目標齊頭並進,本系可培育出兩大面向之應用華語複合型專業人才:
  (一)以多國語言學習環境為基礎,培育精良華語教學人才,至世界不同語系國家擔任華語文教師,或從事華語教學相關工作。
   (二)以中華文化為主幹,因應職場所需之多國語能力,培育具國際視野與經驗之中文教育、華語文化創意產業及創作之語文專業人才。
 
 
 二、國際交流與專業實習
(一)國際交流
  本校為國內唯一的外語大學,擁有全國最佳的國際化學習情境與最多元的交流機會。本校全世界締有一百多所姐妹校,每年交換生與海外實習學生數百人。本系亦與國際華語相關校系簽訂合作協議、舉辦國際研討會、組織教師跨國研究社群,系所教師國際交流全面深入。自2012年起,本系學生每年選往境外大學的交換生人數皆達十人以上,地點遍及英國、法國、韓國、中國大陸、越     南、馬來西亞、莫三比克等世界各大洲國家。
  
(二)專業實習
  本系課程特重理論與實務之結合,以求學生在職場與教學之應用能力.本系專業實習之設計係依據不同模組,結合相關的實務課程理論,搭配相關之教學實習,使學生掌握語文教學應用知識與職場實務。本系畢業生皆須實習72小時,實習地點包括海內外學校及廠商,實習種類涵括:華語文教學、新聞編採、語文教學、廣告文案等專業應用領域每年選往海外國家實習人數皆達三十人以上,充分表現出國際化之特色
 
 
三、畢業出路
 
  本系的同學經過應用華語文系四年的培訓養成,即具備中文文化的內在涵養,習得華語教學與語文應用的實踐應用能力,內外兼備,思想清楚豐富,中文強、外文溜,說得好、寫得快,已足以直接銜接升學與進入職場:
 
(一)升學:
    本系畢業生可進一步深研,直接報考國內外中國文學、現代文學、華語文教學、新聞傳播、語文教育、藝術,或其他相關科系研究所。
   
(二)就業:
     本系畢業生可直接進入職場領域:
     1.華語文教學領域: 華語文教學教師、華語文教學企劃人員、多媒體與華語文教學研發人員、華語教學教材編輯人員、華語文檢測工作人員等。
     2.文史工作領域:文史研究人員、文史教師、文化事業推廣人員、中小學國文教師、補教機構從事人員、中小學作文師資等。
     3.華語文應用領域:文案撰稿人員、雜誌與出版品編輯、新聞記者、新聞編輯、傳播媒體企劃人員、作家、教材寫作編輯人員、國語文補習教育教師、語言學習顧問、中文秘書、軟體中文專案人員、文化藝術事業人員等。
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Department of Applied Chinese

 

Department of Applied Chinese, a Comprehensive Development Department

As the world craze for Chinese language goes on, this has elevated Chinese learning to new heights and made Chinese a strong language. To comply with this global trend, Wenzao took the responsibility and established the first Department of Applied Chinese in Taiwan.

 

 

Course Features

Courses of the department are divided into Expression for Language Training and Teaching Chinese as a Second Language respectively to equip students with the skills needed in the workplace in the future.

  • Expression for Language Training:

This domain integrates ancient and modern Chinese cultures to a foundation of teaching and creation in order to nourish students with acquired composition writing skills for various genres in the workplace.    

  • Teaching Chinese as Second Language Teaching:

This domain focuses on developing students into Chinese teachers, project managers and researchers for the growing needs of the Chinese market.

Through the training courses under the two professional fields, our students will be eligible to be researchers, writers and teachers. Moreover, with the solid language trainings of Wenzao, students are trained to be cross-cultural and language talents with awareness of Chinese literacy, and all these elements make our department even more unique and differentiate us from traditional Departments of Chinese. Besides, students can select double majors, a minor or other programs based on their own interests.

 

 

About Our Faculty

Establishing the first Department of Applied Chinese on the island, our department keeps on elevating our department into a higher level. Over the past decade, we have recruited eleven associate professors, ten assistant professors, and one instructors, and sixteen of them have acquired doctorate degrees. Beside, to make our students get strong industrial sense , we have two assistant professors and one special visiting professor who are full of experience from industry.  As a result, our department has become one of the departments with the best faculty.

 

 

Curriculum Features

  • International perspectives:

We put equal emphasis on both Chinese and English proficiency trainings (24 credits of required English courses) to increase global ties with the Chinese growing market. Students can select a minor based on their own interests, and have interactions with universities in Southeast Asia, Japan, Korea and Mainland China through our programs.

  • Pragmatic perspectives:

Integrate our courses with languages, cultures, arts, communications and computer information to help students familiarize with contemporary knowledge and practices in workplace.

  • Intensified courses:

The framework of our courses are designed with ancient and modern Chinese literacy, our courses aim to develop students into popular professionals in the job market.

  • Elite education:

Language writing course are offered with low student-to-teacher ratios to provide appropriate guidance to students based on their needs.

 

 

International Exchanges and Professional Internships

  • International exchanges

Our department also signed cooperation treaties with international Chinese- related departments to hold international seminars and organize cross-border research communities of teachers, allowing teachers of the department to have comprehensive international exchanges.

Our department has selected over ten interns to countries throughout the world every year since 2012, these countries including Australia, Thailand, the United Kingdom, France, Japan, Korea, Japan, Mainland China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia.

  • Professional Internships 

Integrating theory and practices, the professional internships aim to equip students with applied skills in the workplace and teaching field. Undergraduates of the department are required to fulfill a seventy-two-hour internship in schools or companies on the island or overseas. Internship positions are of professional fields ranging from Chinese language teachers, news writers and editors, language teachers, and copy writers. Every year, over thirty students are qualified and offered internship positions abroad, serving as an indicator of international perspectives of students.

 

 

Opportunities for Advanced Studies and Professional Employment

  • For Advanced Studies

Undergraduates from this department are encouraged to take the entrance exams of the domestic or overseas graduate institutes listed below: the Graduate Institute for Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, the Graduate Institute for Language Teaching, the Graduate Institute for Journalism and Communications, the Graduate Institute for Chinese Literature, the Graduate Institute for Modern Chinese Literature, or other graduate institutes. In addition, outstanding undergraduates are encouraged to take graduate courses. For further information, students can also refer to regulations for undergraduates’ BA-MA program.

  • For Professional Employment

Undergraduates from this department are qualified to work in the following three fields:

  1. Chinese Language Teaching Field

Our students are qualified to hold positions of Chinese language teachers, editors for Chinese teaching materials, multimedia teaching and Chinese teaching developers, Chinese teaching material editors and Chinese language testing workers. 

  1. Culture and Natural Resources Field

Our students are qualified to hold positions of culture and natural resources researchers and teachers, cultural enterprise workers, Chinese teachers in elementary schools or junior high schools, employees of cram schools, or composition writing teachers in elementary schools or junior high schools.

  1. Applied Chinese Language Field
Our students are qualified to hold positions of copywriters, magazine and publication editors, journalists, news editors, communication media project planners, writers, teaching material writers and editors, cram school Chinese teachers, language learning consultants, Chinese secretaries, soft project members (for Chinese language services), and cultural and arts-related enterprises workers.