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Educational Philosophy

Undergraduate Program of Electronics

Educational Goals

The program aims to equip students with knowledge and skills in the fields of electronics, communications, electricity and control engineering, in both theory and practice, and develop them into professionals in the future key industries.
Courses in fundamental specialized subjects such as electromagnetism and electrical circuit offer a combination of lectures, exercises and student laboratories.
Courses in advanced specialized subjects focus on building a bridge from basic academic skills to practical systems.

Educational Program (Curriculum Policy)

This undergraduate program has been designed as follows to realize the program's educational goals.

  • 1) The curriculum, focused on fundamental subjects including electromagnetism, electrical circuit, physics, and mathematics, equips students with skills of systematically acquiring knowledge in the field of electronic system engineering from fundamentals to application, covering a wide range of areas including devices, electronics, communications, energy, control and programming.

  • 2) The complementary education, which combines lectures, exercises and student laboratories, helps students further their understanding in both theory and practice.

  • 3) A yearlong study for graduation thesis equips students with skills to apply their acquired knowledge to actual research and development projects.

Prospective Graduating Students (Diploma Policy)

Graduating students will acquire advanced expertise based on a broad range of knowledge and skills in the field of electronic system engineering, excellent skills to solve and pursue issues that can bring a breakthrough in the field, and internationality with rich creativity and flexible ideas.