A Close Staff-Student Relationship: The staff has a professional responsibility to care for the student’s educational development, helping students through the challenges they might encounter. By providing a supportive climate, the students will have better academic achievements and success.
A Flexible Curriculum: The department is adaptive to social trends and changes in the labor market. To help students understand these changes, undergraduates must choose at least one of the following modules: "Social Work and Psychology Double-Professional Program" and "Medical and Long-term Care Social Work Program"
The Integration of Classroom-Learning and Field Practicum: Students are equipped with the knowledge of social work theories and practice, especially with the three core social work methods: casework, group work, and community work.
Valuing Multicultural Education: In social policy and social work courses on Taiwan's ethnic minorities, helping students understand cultural practices and issues faced by ethnic minorities.
Valuable Research Skills: The department's full-time academic faculties specialize in a variety of disciplines and areas of social work, including community development, counselling, social work and sociology. The department also collaborates with other academic institutions at home and abroad, giving students the opportunity to develop their research skills elsewhere.