|College of Humanities and Social Sciences
●Department of Applied English
●Department of Chinese Studies
●Department of Urban Planning and Landscape
●Department of Architecture
●Department of International and Mainland China Affairs
●Department of Ocean and Border Governance
●Graduate Program of Culture and History of Hokkien
Kinmen is an important capital city in the hearts of the Overseas Chinese. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to the preservation of Kinmen's Minnan Culture heritage by taking an active role in affairs involving local urban developments, border protection, as well as training talents familiar in international affairs. All programs offered through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences follow one of the three main themes:
Cultural: The NQU aims to become the center of Taiwanese Minnan Culture studies with its master degree program in Minnan Culture. This provides students with mobility and professional skills to assist Overseas Chinese children with the preservation of their language skills. At the same time, the Department of Applied English and Chinese provides students with mobility and professional skills to assist Overseas Chinese children with language, preserving their Chinese language skills.
Metro: Former sites of military activities, heritage sites, and Kinmen's own unique geographical features have all contributed to more inclusive and tolerant teachings from faculties in the Department of Architecture, Department of Urban Planning, and Department of Interior Design.
Global: The significance and uniqueness of Kinmen's geographic location makes the Department of International and Continental Affairs, and the Department of Ocean and Border Management unique fields of study even among domestic universities. In recent years, its role has changed to producing the best border management talents for Taiwan at an accelerated pace.