About Shih Hsin
Shih Hsin University is a renowned founded in 1956 by the well-known journalist and Publisher, She-Wo Cheng. Currently SHU has four colleges, Journalism and Communications, Management, Humanities and Social Sciences and Law, with the overall enrollment of nearly 12,000 students.
Cultivating Virtue and Intelligence and Integrating Theory with Practice is the motto of Shih Hsin University. Shih Hsin University- The biggest advantage of its ioneering status is to put into practice the educational policy of attaching importance to both theories and practices and insisting on the feature of journalism and communications-based department development.
Shih Hsin is the leading brand of journalism and communications education in Taiwan. The freshmen enrollment rate is in first place among all of the private universities in Taiwan.
Shih Hsin University cooperates with more than 170 plus sister schools around the globe to provide hundreds of exchange opportunities for students to distinguished universities overseas.
Department of Business Administration
Department of Finance
Department of Information Management: Division of Information Management,Division of Information Technology,Division of Network Technology
Department of Public Policy and Management
Department of Communications Management
Department of Digital Multimedia Arts: Division of Animation Design Division of Game Design
Department of Graphic Communications
Department of Information and Communications
Department of Journalism
Department of Public Relations and Advertising
Department of Radio, Television and Film:Division of Radio,Division of Television,Division of Film
Department of Speech Communication and Social Media
Department of Economics
Department of Law
Department of Social Psychology
Department of Tourism:Division of Hospitality Management, Division of Travel and Leisure Management ,Division of Tourism Planning and Resource Management
Department of Chinese Literature
Department of English and Applied Communication
Department of Japanese Language and Literature