The College of Natural Sciences was established to promote the research of basic sciences, including Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, etc and nurture students who are talented in science.
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Management in 1984, to Life Resource Management Major in 2000, then finally to the Department of Consumer & Child Studies in 2004.
The Department of Consumer & Child Studies is divided into 3 majors of consumer science, child studies and housing. The objectives of each major are as follows.
Consumer studies are a study of consumers and the environment surrounding them in the objective of improving consumer welfare and creating healthy consumption culture.
The field of Child Studies strives to provide excellence in education and research to cultivate leaders who can improve different domains of child services by educating them in the various environmental factors that play a role in child development. Particularly, the department endeavors to cultivate professionals who can respond to the various demands in childcare, consultation, and child, family welfare services within a society characterized by rapid changes to family conditions and structures.
The division of housing studies major aims to produce experts who can contribute to the improvement of personal, domestic and social environment by educating our students on how to create safe and healthy life environment, to maintain and preserve pleasant and comfortable residential environment, to efficiently use and reasonably manage the energy. As the field of housing requires a complex consideration of physical, social and economic aspects, we aim to cultivate specialists through professional knowledge and research on diversification and changes in regional and residential environment, housing market and products.