In response to the transformations of the 21st century brought about through globalization, a greater focus on culture, the ubiquity of technology, and the pervasiveness of ICT, the College is continuously looking to establish collaborative relationships and exchange programs with universities overseas, as well as encouraging faculty and students to participate in projects and activities. An approach which integrates the theoretical and practical helps produce graduates with a strong sense of cultural awareness and competence with technology.
With the rapid development of information and communication technology, the College is working to connect teaching, educational promotion, and public engagement, enhancing exchange between students, faculty, and the greater community.
The diversified learning environment on campus means that students are encouraged to pursue a second major or minor outside the College, and they are actively encouraged to enroll in other programs, such as the Gerontology Program and Teacher Education Program. In addition, the College of Human Ecology is actively working towards implementing international programs.