The Cultural Media Majors provides an innovative, interactive curriculum in three areas: 1) content writing, 2) content planning, and 3) cultural knowledge. Digital Literacy-based digital skills education, which is essential during the 4th Industrial Revolution. Students will engage in visual storytelling, content writing, utilizing photos, videos, graphics, sound, and audio, content planning to understand and study digital trends (planning, directing, cultural marketing, etc.), software and hardware necessary for digital media technology, and one-person media projects. Providing a convergent cultural knowledge curriculum is required in the digital age. Other software and hardware (drones, action cameras, single-person media equipment, etc.) are provided free of charge, including Adobe software, which is provided to Cultural Media students to carry out major related projects.
The content writing curriculum for Cultural Media students aims to develop various digital platform content skills by cultivating creative thinking and cultural expression skills based on digital literacy learning. The content planning curriculum aims to foster talents to plan and design new digital experience content in the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution. The cultural knowledge curriculum is a professional liberal arts curriculum focused on teaching convergent knowledge in the humanities and social fields based on understanding and utilizing technology and content planning.