Bachelor Program of Physics

General

Program Description

  • Location: National Chung Hsing University (Address:145 Xingda Rd., South Dist., Taichung City 402.)
  • Duration of study: 4 years
  • Semester begin date: September
  • Application deadline: Request information
  • Language: Chinese and English
  • Tuition (per semester): 53,183 TWD

Although the Department of Physics at National Chung Hsing University, founded in 1987, is very young in comparison to other physics departments in Taiwan, it has a long-upheld tradition of pursuing excellence both in teaching and research that dates back to its days as the Physics Division in the Department of Applied Mathematics. Today, the Department has established itself as the best and most important physics department in central Taiwan.

With twenty-five full-time professors and two teaching assistants devoting themselves to teaching a broad range of physics from advanced to fundamental to highly interdisciplinary, the department offers NCHU's students as well as students from nearby universities and schools invaluable learning opportunities. 

More than 240 undergraduate students are enrolled in the department. Under the tutelage of the faculty, they are led to the forefront of contemporary physics. Research at the Department of Physics explores nearly all representative frontiers of physics, including nanoscale structures and devices, novel magnetic and superconducting materials, quantum computation, thin-film devices, scanning probe microscopy, statistical mechanics of biomolecules and biomembranes, novel amorphous materials, single electronics, biophysics, and evolution of bacterial circadian rhythms, and atomic physics. Armed with state-of-the-art facilities, an excellent physics library, and close collaboration with outstanding faculty members in the Schools of Engineering and Life Sciences, the department's faculty, and students continue to make frequent exciting progress.

Degree Requirement

The Department of Physics offers bachelor, master, and Ph.D. degrees. The bachelor program is not recommended for students who are not familiar with Chinese.

Last updated Jul 2020

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

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 cultivates its students' basic skills and core competencies such as professional knowledge and skills, reflection and innovation, teamwork, local concern, and global thinking. Using top research centers as the platform, NCHU integrates external and internal research resources to plan the cultivation of talented individuals in cross-disciplinary fields, promote international exchanges, enhance global reputation, promote university-industry collaboration, and establish a cooperative relationship between global top universities by forming a multinational research team, driving the entire school's overall improvement. Read less