Hungkuang University, initially established as the Hungkuang Junior College of Nursing, was founded in 1967 by Dr. Yu-Lin Wang with the mission of “Caring for Humanity, Cherishing Life.” In response to changes and needs of the times, the school was elevated to the Hungkuang Institute of Technology in 1997 and to Hungkuang University in 2003. Currently there are 5 colleges: the College of Nursing, the College of Medical and Health Care, the College of Human Science and Social Innovation, the College of Intelligent Technology, and the College of General Education. These five colleges support 22 departments, 10 graduate institutes, and 1 doctoral program. The university has a student body of 13,000. The university is not only recognized as a leader in Taiwan for health and human welfare, it also runs an affiliated Hospital for Elderly Care and three affiliated preschools.
Arts and humanities
Business, administration and law
Natural sciences, mathematics and statistics
Information and communication technologies
Engineering, manufacturing and construction
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary medicine