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Dept. of Electronic Engineering

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Dept. of Electronic Engineering

Introduction

Electronic Engineering, in the vanguard of the modern industry, denotes the cutting-edge technology that is expected to lead the current and future, information society. Therefore, students studying Electronic Engineering should initially understand the fundamental principles introduced in natural science courses such as Industrial Mathematics and Physics. In addition, students are advised to fully utilize a rational manner of thought, as well as possess sharp observation skills in order to further promote their understanding in the field. As a core element in Civilization of Modern Technology, Electronic Engineering is a science which develops highly advanced technologies through basic science and consists of the following areas: Computer Application, Information Processing, Communication, System Control, Semiconductor, and Components.

Educational Objective

The department aims to train future-oriented professionals in Electronic Engineering who will be able to contribute to the growth of the local industry and the national economy. With its main goal of enhancing the quality of education and further ensuring the fairness of the grading system, the department encourages its faculty members to prepare thoroughly for their lectures, devise various effective teaching methods, and help promote practicality in their study. Through a series of lectures and seminars in Circuit Analysis, Semiconductors, Communication, Control Technology, Signal Processing, Hardware & Software, the department offers a balanced education in its theory and applications and aims to train competent experts who contribute to the development of the industry.

Educational Goals

  1. To publish at least 1 academic paper in a related academic society , as well as to encourage additional publications in a national-level society.
  2. To promote its departmental academic seminar based on real work experiences and information acquired off-campus.
  3. To encourage students to attain a variety of field experiences in the related industry
  4. To encourage students to participate in the annual Electropia and promote further understanding and knowledge in their courses.
  5. To promote more 'industry-academy-research' collaboration.
  6. To assist all our graduates in landing competitive careers and make sure that no one 'gets left behind' in cultivating practical computer knowledge.