Introduction
  • With rapid advancement in IT fields, the Electronic Engineering major provides systematic courses in computers and circuit design, semiconductosr, telecommunications, signal processing, and control engineering in accordance with state-of-the-art technology from fundamental to advanced disciplines.
  • In addition, the balance in theory and practice is offered by practical training processes. (Rigorous graduate work is carried out for graduation projects.) Through active participation in R&D and laboratory experiments, Electronic Engineering students are encouraged to not only achieve expert knowledge but also engineering ability to solve problems with practical knowledge.
  • Often Electronic Engineering students participate in line tracer, robot soccer, creative engineering design, embedded systems, Invention Exhibition, and other various competitions with honorable results. Many graduates take part in vital roles of electronics industries large and small from public to private, yet others enroll for graduate programs to further enhance their education.
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