The Department of Recreational Sports and Health Promotion was established in 2002, when it recruited students for its four-year technical program. Beginning in 2003, it began to recruit students for the four-year technical extension program. The master’s program began recruiting students in 2007. In 2009 it established a master’s program for professionals. Currently there are four academic systems, with over 400 students.
This Department combines modern science and practice in exercise coaching, recreational management, and health promotion to train professionals who have a global and macro view, who can cross-apply theory and practice in order to manage recreation and sports for the promotion and guidance of health.
1. Trains professionals in high-class recreational industry operation and management.
2. Trains professionals in high-class health promotion and injury prevention.
3. Trains the professional ability of independent research and case management.