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About ARCSV
(Architecture and Historic Preservation)

 
 Introduction

   
   The Graduate Institute of Architecture and Historic Preservation
   was founded in 2002, which is the only cross-field institution
   offering professional graduate programs of architecture and
   historic preservation and architectural history in north Taiwan. 
  
As a newly established school, we aim at developing an
   interdisciplinary major encompassing architectural history,
   historical archaeology and preservation program as well as
   to bring together the beginning and advanced students of
   historic preservation with faculty and community leaders.   

   Prospects
 
  
   We encourage the spirit of regional preservation of historic sites,  
   artifacts, and cultures that will reflect ongoing trends nationwide;  
   and to foster involvement with preservation activities and various  
   other organizations, departments, schools and programs.

  We urge ourselves to take a leading role in articulating the  
   studies and research in preservation administration, planning and  
   education, architectural conservation, adaptive use and economic
   development, architectural and cultural resource management.
   Our ultimate goal is to grow into one of the main international
   organizations in the field of Historic Preservation.

   Faculty & Staff
 


   The Architecture and Historic Preservation program has counted  
 among its faculty and lecturers a number of distinguished visiting  
  professors. The current director of the Architecture and Historic  
  Preservation is Dr. Lin who has great experience in local and  
  international preservation. Professor Lin is responsible for
  academic instruction in historic preservation, the development of  
  new courses and inter-departmental coordination. Our faculty and  
  staff are also active members of a number of other local, national  
  and international preservation organizations.


 Our Faculty

 Associate
Professor / Director     Chiou, Bor-Shuenn 邱博舜
    Professor                      Lin,Hui-Cheng  林會承
 Assistant Professor         Huang, Shih-Chuan   黃士娟
 Adjunct Associate Professor     Lee, Ruei- Zong  李瑞宗
 Adjunct Associate Professor         Yan, Su- Fen    岩素芬
 Adjunct Associate Professor       Hu ang, Wan- Siang  黃萬翔
 Adjunct Professor           Liou, Yi- Chang  劉益昌
    Associate Professor                  Cai, Ming- Jhe 蔡明哲 

 Our Staff
 
  Assistant
           Yeh,Fang-Yun 葉芳芸

 
Lin,Hui-Cheng
Ciou, Bo-Chuenn
Huang, Shih-Chuan
   Academic
 

Our Program
  
 
  
The program offers students intensive, practical, community-  
  oriented, professional experience and teaches students to consider  
  multiple and often conflicting viewpoints on the value of historic  
  and cultural resources. Along with the coursed offered, students are  
  encouraged to have a practical internship or student exchange during  
  the vacations. A strong emphasis is placed on community-based  
  projects through linkages with local, national and international
  groups, organizations and agencies.

Our Goals
  
  
The primary education goal is the development of a long-term  
  professional perspective bolstered by training in appropriate skills.  
  The core of our curriculum is the training of professionals in the  
  understanding of historic architecture, artifacts and landscapes, their
  ability to read and argue for the important lessons historic buildings  
  uniquely offer as public objects.  
 
 
To cultivate students an awareness of the contribution that  
  historic resources make to the quality of environments and to the   
  quality of life available to the general populace.
 
 
To support and care for the needs, problems and opportunities of
  historic preservation and play an important role in the protection  
  and perpetuation of historic resources.
 
 
To prepare student, as citizens within their respective  
  communities, to serve as volunteer members of citizen preservation
 organizations and/or government commissions.
   Our Facilities and Resources
 

Professional Library Collection

   The library's mission is to acquire, catalog, and preserve  
  publications of architecture, landscaping and designing and to make  
  these resources available to our students and faculty to advance their  
  learning, researching and cultural preservation. Students also have  
  easy access to the school library for more resources. We have also  
  developed exchange relations with the public libraries and other  
  university libraries.

Collections

 
    1. Historiography and annual of cultural assets
 2. Publications of policy and enactment in cultural assets    
   preservation
 3. Publications of design theory and researches of architecture and historic
 4. Publications of construction and materials of architecture and  
   historic 
 5. Publications and reports of historic preservation
 6. Dictionaries reference books of architecture and historic

Technology and Media
  
   Our multimedia and specialized equipments are available to our  
  faculty and students for instructional, researching and field  
  investigation use as well as for academic events.
 Multimedia and gauge
 
 1. Computers with printers
 2. Overhead projectors
 3. Theodolite
 4. Laser rangefinder
 5. Telemeters
 6. Slide film scanner
Multimedia and gauge
 
 1. Computers with printers 
 2. Overhead projectors
 3. Theodolite
 4. Laser rangefinder
 5. Telemeters
 6. Slide film scanner

Research Rooms

  We are house on the 6th floor in the Research Building in Taipei
  National University Of the Arts. The total space is 1313 square
  meters.

   Admissions
 


Qualifications for Admission

  
   With a Bachelor degree (or equivalent) from domestic or foreign
 universities (or colleges) certified by the Ministry of Education  
  Taiwan

Applicant Backgrounds
  
   The examinees or applicants to our program will be divided into
  three different groups according to their specialized background.  
  Group A are the undergraduates from the departments of  
  architecture. Group B are those from spatial designed related  
  departments, including interior design, landscape, urban design and
  environment. The applicants who are not from the departments
  mentioned above are Group C.