Our curriculum covers the fields of health promotion, social work, and service management, as follows:
- Health Promotion: The objective of these courses is to cultivate professional skills in the planning and design of senior-citizen recreational activities and health management, with the goal of assisting senior citizens to engage in ”active aging”.
- Social Work: In response to government policies to encourage “aging in place” and “community care,” as well as the development of long-term care insurance, our department aims to cultivate social work professionals in social welfare services.
- Management of Senior Citizen Services: In these courses, students learn how to integrate business management techniques into health promotion, welfare and care services, in order to develop the skills necessary to become professionals in management. Currently, we focus on cultivating managers for long-term care facilities and community care services.