Department of ELECTRICAL and ELECTRONICS Engineering

Department of ELECTRICAL and ELECTRONICS Engineering

Aiming to become multi-en-gineers with a pivotal role in manufacturing.
The Department of Electrical and
Electronics Engineering nurtures engi-neers who may assume manufacturing pivotal roles in a wide area of the industrial world, founded upon the expertise and technology of electrical and electronics engineering. Thus, the academic curriculum is organized as such to correspond to the diversity of technology in the 21st century.

Specialized courses:
The engineers of electrical and electronics work beyond the discipline in different fields such as machi-nery (NIC machine tool and automobiles), and architectural equipment (air-conditioning and illumina-tion), etc. Students shall choose one out of three specialized courses depending on one’s career ambi-tion. Students may also study beyond such disciplines and choose classes freely and extensively. Qualifications such as licensed electricians and radio operators are possible and may assist future employment.

Electronics Design Course
There are so many electrical products, needless to mention electronic games and personal computers. If we look at our cars and surroundings, most of the home electrical appliances are all electrical design products. Students will learn a wide range of technologies, such as electronic material technology, circuit design, specification and performance assessment.

Information-communication Network Course
Thanks to the development of communication technology such as optical networking, a great capacity of information is racing throughout the world. The course centers around hardware technology along with basic analog technology, digital technology focusing on the ubiquitous era, computer application and other technologies.

Energy Control Course
Modern society now enjoys a comfortable and convenient living environment owing to the combination of various electrical technologies. The course covers electronic energy development and its utilization, along with design and control of machinery used for such purposes.


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