Educational Goal and Core Ability
Bachelor's education goal
Cultivate Electrical Engineering technology elites with humanistic literacy and scientific spirit, balanced with theory and practice, and able to self-learn, think independently, create knowledge, and have an international vision.
Bachelor's core competence
Through extensive knowledge education, rich Electrical Engineering professional courses and solid practical training, the department is equipped with English teaching and international exchange activities to train students to have the following core competencies when they graduate:
- An ability to learn profound knowledge in mathematics, physics, and science, as well as to apply the knowledge to engineering problems.
- An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze data and interpret results.
- An ability to use the theories, methods, techniques, and related necessary software/hardware tools for electrical engineering practice.
- An ability to design electrical engineering systems, modules, components, or processes.
- An ability to organize, communicate, and coordinate for teamwork.
- An ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems.
- An awareness of the technology trends and their human/environmental/social/global impacts.
- An understanding of professional ethics and social responsibilities.
- An ability to edible professionally in a foreign language, as well as to interact with international communities.
Master doctoral education goal
Cultivate understanding of technology trends with professional ethics and social responsibility, master the application of theory and practice, and be able to self-learn, independently research, create knowledge, innovate technology, and internationally-oriented Electrical Engineering technology elites
Master's core competence
The masters and doctoral classes of the department have advanced the core courses in electrical engineering, special studies and paper writing, and together with research results, exhibitions, industry-university cooperation and international exchange activities, to train students to have the following core competencies when they graduate:
- Substantial scientific and engineering knowledge in specialized expertise of electrical engineering systems.
- Ability to survey, analyze and comprehend technical knowledge in specialized expertise.
- Ability to explore problems of specialized expertise and research new engineering methods to solve the problems independently.
- Ability to design, innovate or improve electrical engineering systems.
- Ability to plan and execute research projects, and to organize, communicate, coordinate and integrate in a team.
- Ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze and summarize data for research in electrical engineering systems.
- Ability to write technical reports and thesis based on study or research results.
- Grasping technological trends and understanding the impacts of technology to human, environment, society and globe.
- Understanding professional ethics and responsibility to society.
- Proficiency in foreign languages and ability to participate in international technical communities.
The department places emphasis on basic training and cross-study research, encouraging students to participate in research projects and developing the ability to do hands-on work. The University Program has eight academic fields, including Electromagnetics and Optoelectronics, Solid State Electronics, Electronic Circuits, Computer Engineering, Communications and Signal Processing, Control Systems, Power Engineering, and Biomedical Electronics to help students develop their knowledge and interests in a variety of fields.
The institute focuses on the development of advanced electrical and electronic talents and actively participates in various important domestic research projects. The research of the electrical system includes power systems and power electronics, communication, image processing, voice processing, statistical signal processing, and large scale. Integrated circuit design and testing, optoelectronic and electromagnetic, laser characteristics and applications.
The department has a microelectronics manufacturing and testing laboratory to assist engineers and technicians in the semiconductor industry. It also provides teachers and students from the department and external schools to conduct related research and teaching. The department also actively participates in the school-wide "Semiconductor Industry and Manufacturing" and "Microsystems Technology" courses to cultivate cross-disciplinary engineering talents.