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Department of Electrical Engineering & Master

Department of Electrical Engineering & Master

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Tel: 886-2-82093211ext.5501


The Department of Electrical Engineering emphasizes practical and theoretical teaching and provides students with a good learning environment. According to the current development needs for science and technology for the country, the curriculum is divided into three major fields: electrical control, communication optoelectronics, and system design. Students enjoy great latitude in taking courses they are interested in.


The department provides seven well-equipped laboratories for teaching. They are Automatic Control Laboratory, Electrical Machine Laboratory, Computer Science Laboratory, Electronic Circuits Laboratory, VLSI Design Laboratory, Communication Laboratory, and Power Electronic Laboratory. With perfect program planning, it is anticipated that the department can cultivate outstanding technical talents in electrical engineering.

Objectives (Master's Program)

In response to the needs of national industrial development and the policy of practical development, the master’s program in electrical engineering cultivates scientific and technological talents who have the ability of electrical control, optoelectronics, semiconductor, and electromechanical integration. In teaching, it focuses on the cultivation of practical experience and ability in computer interface, software engineering, electronic circuit analysis and design, optoelectronic engineering, semiconductor manufacturing, and electromechanical system integration, in order for students to integrate the theory and practice to meet industry needs and national policy goals.

Features (Master's Program)

In order to meet the development of national economy and the need of scientific and technological talents, the master’s program focuses on industrial practice so as to strengthen the graduates’ application ability of analysis and design. Research focuses on related technologies such as power systems, power electronics, automation control systems, communications, signal processing, optoelectronic engineering, VLSI, etc., to achieve the goal of national industry upgrading.