List of Credits for Graduation

Academic Year 2021, Master Program, Graduate Institute of Mechatronic Engineering, 微機電與控制組

YearSemesterRequired
Elective
Course IDCourse NameCreditsHoursLevelNote
1 1 4005926 Engineering Seminar 1.0 2 1 / 2  
1 1 4005003 Engineering Analysis 3.0 3    
1 1 4005017 Adaptive Controls 3.0 3    
1 1 4005023 Applied Optics 3.0 3    
1 1 4005027 Concurrent Engineering Technique Workshop 3.0 3    
1 1 4005032 Physics of Semiconductor Device 3.0 3    
1 1 4005036 Engineering of Films Coating 3.0 3    
1 1 4005039 Precision Machinery Dynamics and Control 3.0 3    
1 1 4005040 Modern Optics 3.0 3    
1 1 4005061 Intellectual Property Rights 3.0 3    
1 1 4005070 Advanced IC Process 3.0 3    
1 1 4005091 Clean Energy 3.0 3    
1 1 4005093 Fundamental and Applications of Online Process 3.0 3    
1 1 4005094 Autonomous Mobile Robots 3.0 3    
1 1 4005097 Laser Fundamentals and Applications 3.0 3  
1 1 4005101 Applications of Embedded Controller 3.0 3    
1 1 4005111 Opto-Mechatronic System 3.0 3    
1 1 4005113 Automatic Optical Inspection 3.0 3    
1 1 4005116 Special Topics on Mechatronic Engineering (A) 1.0 1    
1 1 4005117 Special Topics on Mechatronic Engineering (B) 2.0 2    
1 1 4005118 Special Topics on Mechatronic Engineering (C) 3.0 3    
1 1 4005127 Application of Organic Rankine Cycle 3.0 3    
1 1 4005128 Brain-Computer Interface Systems and Applications 3.0 3    
1 1 4005130 Optoelectronic semiconductor device technology and application 3.0 3  
1 1 4005133 Integration of the actual situation for intelligent factory 3.0 3    
1 1 4005136 Green Technology 3.0 3    
1 1 4005138 Biofabrication 3.0 3    
1 1 4005139 Industrial Project-Based Learning (3i-PBL) 2.0 2    
1 1 4005140 Digital Control 3.0 3    
1 1 4005924 Cloud Database Technology 3.0 3    
1 1 4006001 MEMS Technology and Applications 3.0 3    
1 1 4006005 Applications of Digital Signal Processor 3.0 3    
1 1 4007005 Special Topics of Nanotechnology (I) 3.0 3    
1 1 4007007 Dynamics and Control of Flight 3.0 3    
1 1 4007008 Principles and applications of bio-chemical sensors 3.0 3    
1 1 4007011 Biomedical nano/micro-engineering 3.0 3  
1 1 4007013 Laser Scanning Technology 3.0 3    
1 1 5605040 Convetive Heat Transfer 3.0 3    
1 1 5605047 Precision Transmission Design 3.0 3    
1 1 5605089 Lean Manufacturing Systems 3.0 3    
1 2 4005926 Engineering Seminar 1.0 2 2 / 2  
1 2 4005008 Control System 3.0 3  
1 2 4005009 Machine Vision 3.0 3  
1 2 4005012 Mechatronics in Precision Machinery 3.0 3    
1 2 4005013 Vibration and Noise Control 3.0 3    
1 2 4005016 Nontraditional Manufacturing Methods and Controls 3.0 3    
1 2 4005018 Optimal Controls 3.0 3    
1 2 4005019 Artificial Intelligence 3.0 3    
1 2 4005022 robotics 3.0 3  
1 2 4005024 Electro-Optical Precision Measurement 3.0 3    
1 2 4005041 Modern Control Theory 3.0 3    
1 2 4005069 English for Science and Technology 3.0 3    
1 2 4005083 Symbolic Calculation and its Application 3.0 3    
1 2 4005084 Advance Engineering Statistic 3.0 3    
1 2 4005095 Advanced IC design 3.0 3    
1 2 4005098 Advanced Integrated Circuit Fabrication Process 3.0 3    
1 2 4005109 Nuclear Reactor Eng 3.0 3    
1 2 4005114 Computational Dynamics 3.0 3    
1 2 4005119 Patent Infringement analysis and Identification 3.0 3    
1 2 4005125 Electro-Optical Industries and Equipment Design 3.0 3    
1 2 4005129 Image & Signal Recognition 3.0 3    
1 2 4005131 Artificial intelligent and machine learning 3.0 3    
1 2 4005132 Principle and application of fuel cell 3.0 3    
1 2 4005134 Foundation and Analysis of structure and material on Offshore Wind Power 3.0 3    
1 2 4005135 Offshore Wind Mechanical Standard and Certification 3.0 3    
1 2 4005137 Foundation and Analysis of Thermo-Fluid and Aerodynamics on Offshore Wind Power 3.0 3    
1 2 4005141 Processing technology and equipment for advanced semiconductor manufacturing 3.0 3  
1 2 4005200 Fundamental and Clinical Laser Applications 3.0 3    
1 2 4005925 Manufacturing operations management technology 3.0 3    
1 2 4006004 Application of Intelligent Controller 3.0 3  
1 2 4006006 CMOS Device Measurement and Reliability Engineering 3.0 3    
1 2 4006016 Graduate On-Site Research 3.0 18    
1 2 4007001 Physics on Nano silicon device 3.0 3    
1 2 4007003 Simulation Methods for Nonlinear Systems 3.0 3    
1 2 4007006 Special Topics of Nanotechnology (II) 3.0 3    
1 2 4007009 Theory and Applications of Ultrasonics 3.0 3    
1 2 4007010 Laser Ultrasound Technique 3.0 3    
1 2 5605008 Technology of Laser Material Processing 3.0 3    
1 2 5605039 Advanced Numerical Heat Transfer 3.0 3    
1 2 5605086 Environment, Safety and Health Engineerin 3.0 3    
1 2 5605088 Principles and Applications of Predictive Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Monitoring 3.0 3    
1 2 5607003 Molecular Dynamics Simulation 3.0 3    
1 2 6105027 Computer Aided Heat Flow Analysis 3.0 3    
2 1 4005050 Thesis 3.0 3 1 / 2  
2 2 4005050 Thesis 3.0 3 2 / 2  

Note :
1. Minimum graduation credits: 32
2. Required credits: 9 including Thesis (6 credits), Engineering seminar 3 credits (3 semester), and Elective courses (23 credits).
3. ◎ is required course from 8 select 2. Students should take at least 2 courses.
4. “Lecture for Technology” up to 3 credits.
5. Other than 8 select 2 courses, students need to take at least 3 courses from department elective courses. Max number of credits allowed outside the department is 6 credits. For thesis requirements, students can take up to 9 credits after approval from advisor and department chair; classes from night division are also considered “outside the department”.
6. All graduate students are required to reach the minimum level of English proficiency or above as one of the necessary requirements for graduation since 2010. For more details on the relevant standards of English proficiency, please consult with the website of your respective department.
7. Number of elective credits for international students is 24 credits. English-taught courses offered by the departments in College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science or College of Engineering can be validated as IMT courses, after approval from advisor and department chair.
8. Each graduate student shall pass the minimum English proficiency requirement(s) for graduation, and shall all meet the criteria of the English proficiency tests set by the department (if any). Students may refer to the department websites for their English proficiency criteria set by each department.
9.The above regulations apply to freshman starting academic year 2021 and onwards.