SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION
The School of Liberal Arts Education (SLAE) was established in 2009 to provide arts, humanities, and other general courses that allow students to cultivate a well-rounded personality and life skills in an increasingly complex society. SLAE seeks to link explicitly what students learn in TCU classrooms to life outside the campus and beyond the college years. The courses offered in the SLAE are complementary to those taught in the professional and academic programs, and employ a different approach. These courses aim not to teach students in a specific discipline, but to bring the principles and knowledge into students’ daily lives. In particular, the Tzu-Chi spirit: appreciation, respect, tolerance, and love, are infused into the SLAE courses to educate students to become professionals with compassion and integrity.
There are three Centers in the SLAE: General Education Center, English Education Center, and Physical Education Center. Together, the three centers provide courses to nurture TCU students with strong basic capabilities, healthy physical development, and general appreciation in arts and science to prepare them for an enriched and successful life after graduation.
School of Liberal Arts Education Dean
Ingrid Y. Liu
Ph | 886-3-856-5301