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As the economic and social environment changes, security management and related business types are expanding, which has resulted in higher demand for security managers. Therefore, integrating the three specialized subjects of crime prevention, police intervention and security management, the Department of Security Management was set up and started to officially recruit students in 2007-08.

Among all the Schools of Social Science in Taiwan, our university has the first Security Management Department. In the first academic year, a class of 60 students enrolled, and then two class cohorts enrolled from 2008-09. So far, the number of undergraduate students in the department has already reached to four hundred.

This department has now been set up for eight years; formerly named the Department of Security Management, for the purpose of reintegrating the modules of criminal justice and security management, then in 2011-12 it officially became the Department of Security Management and Social Work. Now, it is being renamed to Department of Criminal Justice for 2017-18 recruitment to heighten our students’ future workforce competitiveness.

To deepen the development of both security management and community affairs, and to pursue the prosperity of workplace organization and cultivate higher-level workers, a Master’s Program and a Work-experience Master’s Program, in 2013-14 and 2015-16, respectively, were authorized for establishment by the Ministry of Education, Taiwan.

In recent years, the department has been increasingly pro-active to cultivate security management professionals. Not only will we continue to teach students security management expertise and skills, but also emphasize a more complete professional education by renaming as Department of Criminal Justice in 2017-18. Thus, our department will then include undergraduate and master’s programs in Criminal Justice as well as a Work-experience Masters’ Programs in Cross-Strait Relations and Criminal Justice, granting Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degrees.
《Our Mission, Features & Education MGOs》
The department educational mission is to train expertise-based personnel for security management-related areas, to integrate criminal justice and security management theory and practice, to connect knowledge and ability to implement, as well as to combine learning and utilization of what is learned so that students are equipped with expertise, skills and international perspective.
  We focus on Four Goals:
  (1) to teach security management and community affairs expertise;
  (2) to cultivate communication, planning and coordination skills;
  (3) to develop security management professionals with apt coping skills; and
  (4) to nurture students capacity for well-rounded development.

Thus, we integrate the knowledge and abilities in the three modules of Criminal Justice, Security Management and Judicial Social Work to construct a comprehensive program so that our graduates fit the actual needs of the current security management industry.
In line with the overall vision of our university, the department plans forward-looking short-range and long-term goals that guide cultivation of security management professionals. Concurrently, we continue our university’s excellent traditions of providing outstanding professional education opportunities, in light of present societal developments, to cultivate security management professionals.

Our Five Distinguishing Feature are:
(1) Holistic Students: We cultivate students to learn both knowledge and attitude, to become professional personnel with both specialties and skills, to nurture students to achieve a successful life.
(2) Innovative courses: Our department courses cover the specialties of criminal justice, security management, judicial social work; actively teaching the knowledge in these three modules to ignite students' potential.
(3) Fine Faculty: Almost all of our faculty have doctoral degrees, are recruited from related professions, and are inspired to pursue excellence.
(4) Integrated Resources: We combine resources from all systems and department units to create unlimited possibilities out of limited resources.
(5) International Education: We pursue sustainable security and think globally to synchronize with the world.