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Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering

Becoming an electronics and computer specialist to support an increasingly networked society

Electronics and Computer Engineering This experience-oriented program of education incorporates practical classes and seminars, for learning about software, electronics engineering, and networks from fundamental principles to practical applications. It is designed to train “digital engineers” who are equipped with the wide-ranging and specialized knowledge to “create what they conceive”, and who are able to support a telecommunications-based society.

Electronics and Computer Engineering

The main content of study of each school year

Year 1

General knowledge about computers

 You will learn how to solve problems by acquiring the fundamental knowledge needed by engineers and performing a variety of practical tasks.

  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Hands-on Training
  • Computer Base
  • Engineering Ethics
Year 2

Learning how to create technology through hands-on practice

 You will study the fundamentals of electronic circuit and software design and development.

  • Basic Electronic
  • Programming
  • Experiments in Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
Year 3

Extending the ability to conceive, design, and create technology

 Through studying advanced subjects, you will develop the knowledge and skills to understand the operating principles and basic design of electronic and computer systems.

  • Electronic Circuits
  • Algorithm and Data Structure
  • Programming
  • Computer Architecture
  • Applied Physics
Year 4

Giving form to your ideas

 You will expand the horizons of your knowledge in the fields of electronics, computers, and communications. By performing experiments and receiving hands-on training, you will become able to apply this knowledge to translate your ideas into actual technology.

  • Telecommunication Engineering
  • Electronic Systems
  • Engineering Laboratory
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Operating System
Year 5

Pursuing graduation research to become a self-reliant engineer

 In order to integrate your acquired knowledge, you will tackle the challenge of research and development by studying real-world applied technology.

  • Graduation Research
  • Control Engineering
  • Simulation Engineering
  • Vibration Engineering
  • Heat Engine