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Introduction
Background
In July 1 of 1987, Taiwan Provincial Tainan Junior Teachers College was renamed "Taiwan Provincial Tainan Teachers College". Department of Chinese Language and Literature Education was established, developing excellent elementary school teachers. In August 1 of 2004 National Taiwan Teachers College was renamed "National University of Tainan". In order to meet emerging social changes and to assist in the development of our school over a long period of time, our department has changed it focus, as reflected in its name, from "Language and Literature Education" to "Chinese Language and Literature Department". This change became effective in the 2006 academic year.
 
Educational Goals
Our educational goals are to cultivate in students a high level of ability in traditional and modern Chinese language, creation of calligraphy and overseas Chinese teaching so that they can become outstanding language and literature workers, artists of calligraphy, and teachers of overseas Chinese teaching in modern society. Moreover, we cultivate students' advanced academic research potential to develop in them a sound understanding of the humanities.
 
Faculty
There are at present fourteen full-time teachers, including three professors, seven associate professors, and four assistant professors. Among them, twelve hold doctor's degrees, and two hold a master's degree.
 
Features and Future Development
Department is especially well known throughout Taiwan for children's literature and calligraphy teaching in addition to a considerable extent of achievement in our teaching of Chinese . Students who participate in children's literature writing competitions and calligraphy contests have won many prizes over the years. Also, in 2005, the Andersen 200th Anniversary Fairy Tale Colloquium was held in our school.  Our department made calligraphy into a reference item for the recommended recruitment exam from 1994 to 2005. We have been recognized domestically and internationally for our outstanding teachers, facilities, and courses related to calligraphy. Our graduate school offers a master's degrees-the program is divided into Chinese language and Taiwanese language, a division which reflects social changes that place more emphasis on native language and literature teaching.
 
Our short-term goals
1.Offer a doctoral program in Chinese language and literature, and graduate programs covering Taiwanese literature, children's literature, and Chinese art calligraphy.
2.Set up a credential program, with Ministry of Labor Affairs' Bureau of Job Training, to develop students' career skills in cultural and education-related fields.
3.Strengthen interactions and cooperation with related institutes, such as schools of all levels and mass media, to offer our expertise in educating the society.
 
Student Career Opportunities
1. Jobs in education and related fields: Our degrees are designed to help students enter fields like teaching Chinese in junior high school, elementary school, cram school, overseas, interviewing, editing, and writing for publishing houses, and work in mass media.
2. Advanced degrees: We prepare students to move on to graduate school in the fields of literature, history, philosophy, education, and art.