The special features and the structure of the program:

  1. Students learn both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in electronic engineering and prepare themselves as professional engineers in high-tech industries.
  2. Two major tracks of studies are offered:
  3. The curriculum follows the accreditation guidelines of IEET and focuses on the learning outcomes of students.
  4. Students are encouraged to participate in domestic and international competitions, and faculty members are encouraged to publish the results of their research and development and organize scholarly conferences.
  5. Faculty members have strong track records in working closely with industries.

Therefore, In addition to common compulsory courses, the structure of curriculum is divided into two major fields including (a) circuits and systems, and (b) microelectronic and optoelectronic engineering. Undergraduate elective courses are specially emphasis on both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The graduation credits for the undergraduate is 136 which including common compulsory courses, professional required courses, and professional elective courses. The one year-based Special Practicing Project is a required course offered in the second semester of the third year and the first semester of the fourth year to train students to handle and manage engineering problems independently. The Industry Practice (10 credit hours) is a selective course which cooperated with the industry, which is offered in the second semester of the fourth year and  the student is required to practice in the industry during the whole semester.

 

The graduation credits for the graduate are 32 for Mater degree, and 28 for Doctoral degree.  

 

Details of the program structure is illustrated as follows:    

     Undergraduate Program

         Common Compulsory Courses (at least 30 credit hours)

         Professional Compulsory Courses (at least 69 credit hours)

        Professional Elective Courses (at least 47 credit hours) (Divided into two major fields: a) circuits and systems, and (b) microelectronic and optoelectronic engineering. )

     Graduate Program (Master of Science in Circuits and System, and in Microelectronic and Optoelectronic Engineering)

         Professional Compulsory Courses: including Seminar (2 credits) and Master Thesis (6 credit hours)

         Professional Elective Courses (at least 24 credit hours)

         Graduate Program (Doctoral Degree in Circuits and System, and in Microelectronic and Optoelectronic Engineering)

         Professional Compulsory Courses: including Seminar (4 credit hours) and Doctoral Dissertation (6 credit hours).

         Professional Elective Courses (at least 18 credit hours)