Globalization continuously expands the horizon of international affairs and transnational trading activities. Consequently, both public and private sectors are increasing their demands of high-caliber human capital specializing in both foreign languages and international affairs. The Department of International Affairs, established in August 2004, thereby aims to fill this demand. Its goal is to nurture professionals of international politics and economics with profound characteristics of cultural understanding and language proficiency. Its curriculum, blended with a wealth of international knowledge and excellent foreign language skills, provides classes that educate its students to become economics, and international culture study. Hence, its alumni are fully-educated in school before running forth to serve in all professions related to international affairs for both public and private sectors.