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Introduction

The Department of Real Estate & Built Environment, College of Public Affairs, National Taipei University originated from the Department of Land Economics & Administration, Taiwan Provincial Junior College of Administration set up in 1949, the very first department specializing in the subject of Land Economics & Administration in Taiwan. In 1955 it was promoted as the Department of Land Economics & Administration, College of Law & Commerce. In 1961 it was promoted as the Department of Land Economics & Administration, College of Law & Commerce, Taiwan Provincial ChungHsing University which was promoted to be National ChungHsing University in 1971. In February 2000 the Department was re-reorganized as a department under the College of Public Affairs, National Taipei University. In the light of a changing environment, coupled with the intention to enhance its competitiveness, the Department was renamed as the Department of Real Estate & Built Environment in August 2004.
 
Now the Department can accommodate 120 new undergraduates in two separate day classes (expanded from one class in 1992) while 60 in a night class (since 1961) besides 20 postgraduates (since 2000) each year. In total there are some 800 students taught by 23 full time and 14 part time faculty members. Most faculty members are qualified with PhD degrees yet the recruitment of excellent ones is an ongoing task so as to promote the quality of teaching and research.
 
The relevant committees of the Department have held many meetings to discuss how to emphasize its focal development since the re-name in 2004. Important conclusions have been reached and the future development of the Department is categorized into four areas namely: Land Administration and Management (LAM), Property Management (PM), Built Environment Planning (BEP) and Information. LAM is the core area providing the fundamental knowledge that the students in the Department have to be equipped with. Based on LAM the students may advance to either the PM or BEP areas for further study so as to increase the competitiveness in their career or research after graduation. The Information area is designed to fulfill a supportive function to the above three areas .
 

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