- Location: Taichung, Taiwan
- Duration of study: 4 years
- Start date: September
- Language: Chinese and English
The College of Engineering comprises of five departments and two graduate institutes. The five departments include the Department of Civil Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the Department of Environmental Engineering, the Department of Chemical Engineering, and the Department of Materials Engineering. The two graduate institutes are the Institute of Precision Engineering and the Institute of Biomedical Engineering. In addition, the College of Engineering is affiliated with seven units including the Machine Workshop, the Center for Research and Development of Engineering Technology, the Metals Research and Development Center, the Intelligent Automation and Precision Machinery Research Center, Smart Minimally Invasive Machine Center, Research Center for Unmanned Vehicle, and Smart Packaging Research Center. The College of Engineering currently employs 137 full-time teachers, of which 119 hold doctoral degrees.
Degree Requirements and Tuition
The minimum duration of a master's program in each department in the College of Engineering is one year, and the maximum duration is four years, excluding a maximum of two years for leave of absence. A total of 30 credits are required to graduate in each master's program (31 credits are required for a master's degree in material engineering).
The College of Engineering has signed dual-degree master's and Ph.D. program contracts with various international schools including the University of Cincinnati in America, the Toyota Technological Institute in Japan, and Deakin University in Australia. The College of Engineering also holds summer programs every year, inviting experts from well-known foreign universities and other academic institutions to Taiwan to give cross-disciplinary engineering and applied science courses in English and cultivate talented individuals familiar with related industrial technologies who also have a global vision. In addition, all departments in the College of Engineering have passed IEET certification, showing that efforts at internationalizing the College's curriculum have been recognized. After passing the IEET certification, our graduates will possess professional core competencies recognized internationally such as engineering design, experiment and analysis, effective communication, professional ethics and social responsibility, and lifelong learning.
Relevant international recognition is the basic condition that ensures graduates can move globally through their professions in the future and is a necessity for international students who come to Taiwan to study.
About the School
Entering its centennial year, NCHU is the oldest and the third biggest comprehensive research-based national university in Taiwan. Consisting of nine colleges with complete departments, NCHU cultivate ... Read More