List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2021, Four-Year Program, Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, Materials group

YearSemesterRequired
Elective
Course IDCourse NameCreditsHoursLevelNote
1 1 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 1 / 4 ”@
1 1 ”µ 1101006 All-Out Defense Education 0.0 1 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”µ 1400027 English in Practice 2.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”µ 1400100 Campus Custodial Services 0.0 1 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”µ 1400102 First step to achieving the goals of universities and Engineering Ethics 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”µ 1404006 Chinese 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”µ 1420001 College designated dimension curriculum”GHumanities and Art 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¶ 1401032 Calculus 3.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¶ 1401041 Physics 3.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¶ 3201002 Chemistry 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¶ 3201003 Chemistry Lab. 1.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¶ 3301022 Introduction to Materials Science 3.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
1 1 ”¹ 3301008 Engineering Graphics 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¹ 3301009 Introduction to Computer Science 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 1 ”¹ 3390005 Physics I Lab. 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 2 / 4 ”@
1 2 ”µ 1101006 All-Out Defense Education 0.0 1 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”µ 1400027 English in Practice 2.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”µ 1400099 Service Learning 0.0 1 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”µ 1404007 Practical Application of Chinese Language 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”µ 1420001 College designated dimension curriculum”GHumanities and Art 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¶ 1401032 Calculus 3.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¶ 1401041 Physics 3.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¶ 1401044 Physics Lab. 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¶ 3201002 Chemistry 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¶ 3201003 Chemistry Lab. 1.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¶ 3301011 Programming Lab. 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¶ 3301022 Introduction to Materials Science 3.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
1 2 ”¹ 3313171 Optimization of ceramic process and properties 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
1 2 ”¹ 3323127 Engineering Economics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 3 / 4 ”@
2 1 ”µ 1420002 College designated dimension curriculum”GSocial and Rules of Law 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”µ 1420004 College designated dimension curriculum”GInnovation and Entrepreneurship 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”µ 14E0002 Diversified English 2.0 2 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”¶ 3302011 Engineering Mathematics (I) 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¶ 3302012 Materials Engineering Lab.(1) 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¶ 3313012 Metallurgical Thermodynamics 3.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3302007 Applied Mechanics-statics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3302033 Analytical Chemistry 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3302034 Electrical Engineering 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3312003 Metal Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”»
2 1 ”¹ 3312102 Factory Management 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3312108 Manufacturing Processes 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3313137 Powder Technology 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3313142 Introduction to Nano-materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 1 ”¹ 3324152 Inorganic Chemistry 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”µ 1001002 Physical Education 0.0 2 4 / 4 ”@
2 2 ”µ 1420002 College designated dimension curriculum”GSocial and Rules of Law 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”µ 1420004 College designated dimension curriculum”GInnovation and Entrepreneurship 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”µ 14E0002 Diversified English 2.0 2 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”¶ 3302021 Materials Engineering Lab.(2) 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¶ 3313002 Physical Metallurgy 3.0 3 1 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”¶ 3313012 Metallurgical Thermodynamics 3.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
2 2 ”¹ 3302008 Mechanics of Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”·
2 2 ”¹ 3302013 Engineering Mathematics (II) 3.0 3 ”@ ”·
2 2 ”¹ 3303101 Semester Practical Training 4.0 40 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 3312103 Quality Control 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 3312106 Heat Treatment of Metals 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 3312109 Metallurgy 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 3312110 Organic Chemistry 3.0 3 ”@ ”½
2 2 ”¹ 3313005 Ceramics Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”»
2 2 ”¹ 3313105 Foundry Technology 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
2 2 ”¹ 3313141 Concept of Nanotechnology 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”µ 1420005 Optional dimension curriculum 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¶ 3303021 Materials Engineering Lab.(3) 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¶ 3313002 Physical Metallurgy 3.0 3 2 / 2 ”@
3 1 ”ø 1003003 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3303102 Autonomous Learning 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313003 Mechanical Metallurgy 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313113 Mechanical Behavior of Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313120 Elements of Crystallography 3.0 3 ”@ ”“
3 1 ”¹ 3313132 Powder Metallurgy 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313143 Nano-Amorphous Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313145 Colloidal Chemistry 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313146 Thermal Analysis 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313147 Hard Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313148 Modern Physics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3313149 Engineering Statistics 3.0 3 ”@ ”·
3 1 ”¹ 3313150 Welding Metallurgy 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 1 ”¹ 3323144 Instrumental Analysis 3.0 3 ”@ ”½
3 2 ”µ 1400029 Internship 2.0 40 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”µ 1420006 Optional dimension curriculum 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”µ 1420007 Optional dimension curriculum 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 3302020 Phase Diagrams and Microstructure 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 3303022 Materials Engineering Lab.(4) 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¶ 3313006 Special Topics on Materials Engineering (I) 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”ø 1003004 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3302009 Physical Chemistry 3.0 3 ”@ ”½
3 2 ”¹ 3313136 Nano-materials Characterization 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3313140 Nano-powder Processing 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3313151 Industry Practical Topics 1 1.0 1 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3313152 Industrial Practical Topics 2 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3313153 Industrial Practical Topics 3 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3313169 Vacuum Technology and application 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3313403 - 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3314105 X-Ray Diffraction 3.0 3 ”@ ”“
3 2 ”¹ 3314131 Solid-State Physics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3315131 Electronic Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”»
3 2 ”¹ 3315138 Polymeric Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3322115 Computer Aided Drawing 2.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3324127 Ceramics Processing 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
3 2 ”¹ 3325121 Engineering Statistics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”ø 1004001 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3304101 Academic year Practical Training(1) 4.0 40 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3313134 Electronic Solid-State Device 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3313168 Electrochemistry 3.0 3 ”@ ”½
4 1 ”¹ 3314003 Special Topics on Materials Engineering (II) 1.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314104 Sintering Materials 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314113 Electron Microscopy 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314123 Optical,Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314125 Electronic Ceramics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314126 Luminescent Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314132 Introduction to Thin Film Science and Engineering 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314133 Superalloy 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314134 Surface Treatment of Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3314202 Technology Laws 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3315125 Structural Ceramics 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 1 ”¹ 3315129 Biomaterials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”ø 1004002 Physical Education 1.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3304102 Academic year Practical Training(2) 4.0 40 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3313139 Micro- and Nano-Mechanical System 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314107 Phase Transformation 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314128 Introduction to Kinetics of Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314135 Composite Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314136 Corrosion Science of Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314137 Magnetic Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314138 Surface Analysis Techniques 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314139 Electronic Packaging Technology for Semiconductor Devices 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314140 Energy Materials 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314148 Material designs for solar photovoltaic 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3314201 Technology Management 2.0 2 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3315101 Thin Films Technology 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3315133 Semiconductor Processings 3.0 3 ”@ ”@
4 2 ”¹ 3324121 Gemology 3.0 3 ”@ ”@

Note :
Precautions:
Academic Year 2020, Four-Year Program, Department of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering group
1.Graduation requirement: 133 credit hours.
2.University Common Required courses : 33 credit hours; Major Required courses : 49 credit hours; Major Selective courses: 51 credit hours . (Inter-departmental courses cannot exceed 15 credit hours). All the selected courses must relate with Materials science and engineering group courses in the above list.
3.All undergraduate students are required to reach the minimum level of English proficiency or above as one of the necessary requirements for graduation. For more details on the relevant standards of English proficiency, please consult with the website of the Office of Academic Affairs, National Taipei University of Technology.
4.Common Elective Credits such as Physical Education and Defense Education Military Training should not be taken for Major Professional Elective Credits.
5.The dimension credits stipulated by each college are as follows”G
College of Engineering”G 4 credits for the humanities and art curriculum, 4 credits for the Social and Rules of Law curriculum, and 4 credits for the innovation and entrepreneurship curriculum.
After completing 12 credits from the dimensional curriculum designated by the college, the remaining 6 credits are open for selection from these curriculums”Ghumanities and art; Social and Rules of Law; nature and science; innovation and entrepreneurship, until a total of 18 credits of general curriculum are completed for graduation.
6.Teaching of Technical Fundamentals - Fundamental Experiment Classes include: Physics Lab.(2), Chemistry Lab.(1/2), Material Engineering Lab.¢¹(1), Material Engineering Lab.¢ŗ(1), Material Engineering Lab.¢»(1), Material Engineering Lab.¢¼(1), total courses count =7.
A student for a bachelor degree shall complete the minimum number 7 of Teaching of Technical Fundamentals-Fundamental Experiment Classes required for graduation specified by Materials Science and Engineering Group.
7.A student should take and pass at least one of 4 and pass selective core courses(”½) including 1.). Physical Chemistry, 2). Instrumental Analysis, 3). Organic Chemistry, 4). Electrochemistry; also take two of 3 required selective core courses(”») including : 1). Metal Materials, 2). Ceramic Materials, 3). Electronic Materials, and one of 2 required selective core courses (”“) including : 1). Elements of Crystallography, 2). X-ray Diffraction for graduation, and one of 3 required selective courses (”·) including : 1). Mechaics of Materials, 2) Engineering Statistics, 3) Engineering Mathematics(II) (”·)
8.The Semester Practical Training (elective) completed in the senior year shall be taken for waiver of Internship course in summer, but students shall satisfactorily complete the minimum number of credits required for graduation specified by the respective Departments.
9.Students from foreign countries, Hong Kong, and Macao, whose graduating schools are comparable in level and nature to Taiwan”¦s senior high schools and whose graduating year is equivalent to the 2nd grade of Taiwan”¦s senior high schools, are considered as having a level of education adequate for registering for the entrance examination for the various 4-year bachelor programs in Taiwan”¦s universities. Such like undergraduate students, when admitted to National Taipei University of Technology”¦s Bachelor programs, are required to earn extra 12 credit units from the elective courses defined in their respective departments”¦ curriculum tables.
10.For interdisciplinary study, major elective credits require at least 2 credits of inter-departmental course taking, 6 credits of inter-collegiate course taking before graduation. The same course cannot be taken twice no matter which department held by.
11.This Guide is applicable to freshmen who are admitted in Academic Year 2021.