Three- and four-year programs are offered through the divisions of Games and Animation, Industrial Design, Performing Arts, Information Communications, Food and Human Care.
The college first opened in 1996, with an entering class of 720. The numbers have risen steadily since then, now averaging near 2,000 per year.
The college has sought to develop ties with four-year institutions elsewhere in the world, to allow its students to complete a four-year degree overseas. Currently ties exist with the University of the Incarnate Word in the United States and China’s Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute.