The Office of Extension Education（OEE） is in charge of various evening and weekend on-job training programs.
Students of the evening programs meet six days a week (Monday through Saturday). The four-year program recruits graduates from vocational high schools into eleven departments: Mechanical Engineering (ME), Electrical Engineering (EE), Electronic Engineering (EnE), Information and Network Engineering (INE), Industrial Management (IdM), International Business (IB), Finance (FN), Information Management (IfM), Business Administration (BA), Applied Foreign Languages (AFL) and Multimedia and Game Science (MGC). The two-year senior-college program admits junior college graduates into eight departments: IdM, IB, FN, IfM, and BA. Graduates from both four-year and two-year programs would be conferred a bachelor degree.
The weekend programs include a two-year senior-college program and four-year program.The former admits junior college graduates into five departments: IdM, FN, IfM , BA and AFL, the latter recruits graduates from vocational or general high schools into six departments：ME, IfM, IdM, INE, MGC and AFL.Graduates would be conferred a bachelor degree.
In 2006, the on-job training master program of the Institute of Business and Management was established in the OEE. Graduates would be conferred a master degree.
In 2008, the on-job training master program of the Institute of Engineering Technology was established in the OEE. Graduates would be conferred a master degree