The Research Center of Health, Physical Fitness and Sports was established in 1975 by merging the Department of Health and Physical Education of the College of General Education with the Health Administration Center. The missions of this center are to conduct scientific research on sports and health, to provide health care and education of students and staff, and to maintain sport facilities such as tennis courts, gymnasiums, and an athletic stadium. The center also provides various kinds of recreational sports programs for students and staff. The research fields of the Division of Physical Fitness and Sports include 1)Exercise physiology, 2)Physical activity and fitness, 3)Sport management, 4)Sport pedagogy, 5)Sport psychology, and 6)Sport biomechanics. The research fields of the Division of Health Science include 1)Nutritional physiology, 2)Glucose metabolism in diabetes and obesity, and 3)Psychopathology and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.