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Curriculum Information

Create Date:2017-11-21
Update Date:2017-11-21

Curriculum Planning

Undergraduate student

The Department has developed a curriculum providing students with a broad base on which to build an engineering career. It is founded on basic sciences including physics, chemistry, and applied mathematics, to which a substructure of engineering science is added including mechanics, materials, electrical circuits and electronics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, systems, measurement, and controls. The Department also provides design and manufacturing courses throughout the four years with emphasis on synthesis, production system planning, computer applications, and problem solving, adding coherence to the curriculum as a whole.

To obtain a B.S. degree in Mechanical and Engineering Engineering, a student has to complete a minimum of 128 units of credit in which 99 units are mandatory. (In general, a one-semester course has 1 to 3 units.)





    

Categories

Units

Required

Mechanical and Engineering Engineering

60

General Education

30

Electives

Three elective programs:

Mechanical Academic/ Energy Academic/ Engineering Application

Choose one

18

Others

20

Total

128




Graduate students


The Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering offers Graduate degree programs in Masters of Science (M.S.). The Department has a distinguished and active faculty of 9 members, who are divided into five academic groups, including Solid Mechanics, Mechanical Design, Manufacturing, Thermal Fluid Science, and System Control. Students in the M.S. program, belonging to one of the five groups, must fulfill the following requirements:


(1) Complete a minimum of 30 course credits;


(2) Complete a Master thesis and successfully pass the thesis oral defense.


The duration is 1-4 years.







Future map


The Department hopes to cultivate potential workforces for the energy and precision machinery industries in the Science-Based Industrial Park, and the precision machinery and automation industries in the Chiayi Technology Industrial Park. In addition, we will cooperate with local companies, supply them with training programs and efficient workforces, and eventually, through various cooperative projects, help upgrade industries and boost economic growth.


        The feature thrust areas of the Department include: micro-electro-mechanical system and nano-processing technology, ultra-precision mechanical design, manufacturing and measurement, new energy technology, intelligent control, advanced vehicle engineering, and creative engineering design.


        Well-equipped laboratories are available for research in mechatronics, CAD/CAM, rapid prototyping and reverse engineering, 3D measurement, micro-mechanism, bio-chip, solar energy application, infra-red thermograph, robotics, micro-vibration, micro-thermal/fluids, and heat treatment.








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