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Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management

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Dec 15, 2021

Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management (HSC; Chinese: 新生醫護管理專科學校; pinyin: Xīnshēng Yīhù Guǎnlǐ Zhuānkē Xuéxiào) is a private junior college in Longtan District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan. As a junior college approved by Ministry of Education,[1][2] it offers two-year curriculum for vocational high school graduates and five-year curriculum for junior high school graduates. Upon successful completion of the study, students receive associate degrees.[note 1] In addition, it provides two-year vocational training for workers.

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Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management
新生醫護管理專科學校
Motto 博愛
Type Private, Junior College
Established 1971 (1971)
President 陳清輝
Students 5,000
Location
No. 418, Gaoping Sec., Zhongfeng Rd., Longtan, Taoyuan City 325, Taiwan
Campus Rural
Website www.hsc.edu.tw

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HSC was initially established in 1971 as Hsin Sheng Senior Medical Vocational School (Chinese: 新生高級醫事職業學校). In 2005, it was restructured and renamed to Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management.[4]

  • Department of Nursing[5]
  • Department of Early Childhood Care and Education[6]
  • Department of Styling and Cosmetology[7]
  • Department of Marketing[8]
  • Department of International Business[9]
  • Department of Health and Leisure Management[10]
  • Department of Applied English[11]
  • Department of Applied Japanese[12]
  • Department of Long-term Care[13]
  • Department of Optometry[14]
  1. Since 2004, all junior colleges in Taiwan offer associate degrees under Article 29 of the Junior College Act.[3]

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